Individuals who have a vested interest in development, including community members; environmental, social, and community NGOs; natural resource, planning, and government officials; hotel owners, tour operators, guides, transportation providers, and representatives from other related services in the private sector.
Any individuals, groups of people, institutions or firms that may have a relation-ship with the project/ programme are defined as stakeholders. They may – directly or indirectly, positively or negatively – affect or be affected by the process and the outcomes of projects or programmes. Usually, different sub-groups have to be considered.
Those people and services who may affect, be affected by or perceive themselves to be affected by a decision or activity.
Anyone that has a stake in a transportation improvement decision, including the public; elected government officials; local government staff; state and federal environmental resource and regulatory agency staff; and non-governmental organizations or special interest groups.
Parties who may be affected by agency decisions and actions (i.e., user groups, elected officials, commercial interests).
Groups of people with whom an organization has active relationships, and with whom effective dialogue is necessary to the function of the business. Shareholders, authorities, customers, employees and NGOs are all stakeholders in SCA's business activities.
The sum total of individuals and formal and informal networks with a vested interest in the quality of life-social, economic, physical, and spiritual-of a community, population, or neighborhood. [Formal networks = libraries, unions, service agencies, advocacy groups; Informal networks = resident associations, block clubs, consumers
Those individuals and organizations affected (negatively or positively) by the outcome of an activity/project and/or those who can affect the outcome of a proposed intervention (e.g., PLWHA, youth, Unions, health care providers, local leaders, etc.)
Individuals or groups who feel affected or have been harmed by the environmentally detrimental activities of an organization.
Individuals and organizations involved in or affected by the transportation planning process. Include federal/state/local officials, MPOs, transit operators, freight companies, shippers, and the general public.
People who have a share or an interest in something; for example, people who receive some of the profits of a hospital because they have helped to set up the hospital or have given money to it in the past. Stakeholders can be clients, relatives, professionals, community leaders, agency administrators, volunteers, etc.
groups having a key, recognised interest in, which can bring outside pressure on, and which have a potential for gain or loss from enterprises or agencies. Also groups having shared values.
Any group within or outside an organization that has a direct or indirect stake in the organization's performance or its evaluation. Stakeholders can be people who conduct, participate in, fund, or manage a program, or who may otherwise affect or be affected by decisions about the program or the evaluation.
Stakeholders refer to individuals or groups whose support is critical to the continued existence of a company and mainly signify customers, shareholders and other investors, business partners, local communities, and employees.
The various individuals and organisations who are directly and indirectly affected by the implementation and results of a given intervention, and who are likely to have an interest in its evaluation (e.g. programme managers, policy-makers, the programme's target population). See also evaluation sponsors, steering group, target population.
Includes consumers, family members, community, and funders.
All within the BGSU community who will be affected by the implementation of PeopleSoft.
Individuals, groups or organisations that are affected by and/or have an interest in a particular issue.
Those affected by the company including customers, employees, suppliers, the communities we work in and the environment.
The various people and organizations with a 'stake' in a program. This includes funders, directors, participants, and others directly or indirectly affected by the program and its results.
Individuals, groups or institutions that have an interest in an area or activity. Farmers who have trees on their lands, woodcutters, foresters and pastoralists who feed their herds in part with leafy forage might all be stakeholders in a decision to change the terms and conditions on which these various groups have access to trees on farmers' fields.
The individuals and groups who have an interest in the organisation and, therefore, may wish to influence aspects of its mission, objectives and strategies.
those parties whose interests are affected by decisions about the operation of an asset which they do not necessarily own or enjoy property rights in. Stakeholder interests in a local factory would include (as well as the owner) the local community, workers, investors, bank, consumers etc. all of whom are liable to be affected by decisions made concerning the operation of the factory.
Those people, institutions and interests which have an interest in, or contribute to, the organization's success or failure in achieving its mission.
any person (students, parents, community members, principals,. etc.) that has a vested interest in the school.
those persons with an interest in the program and its evaluation (e.g., participants, funders, managers, persons not served by the program community members, etc.).
people or groups with an interest in a program or project being evaluated. These can include project participants, community partners, funders, customers, staff and administrators, board members, leaders from the community served, or others.
are the people or organisations who have an interest in the activities of a charity.
people, groups, parts of organisations and organisations who have an interest in, and influence over our business
Stakeholders in your company can include anyone who has an interest in the success of the business. This may include customers, shareholders, and employees.
All parties that have an interest, financial or otherwise, in a firm-stockholders, creditors, bondholders, employees, customers, management, the community, and the government.
individuals representing students, parents, principals, administrators, business and community
groups that have a role and interest in the objectives and implementation of a programme or project; they include target groups, direct beneficiaries, those responsible for ensuring that the results are produced as planned, and those that are accountable for the resources that they provide to that programme or project (cf. "Target groups" and "Direct beneficiaries").
Those with a direct interest (a stake) in the service under consideration (e.g. patients, staff, carers, voluntary organisations).
individuals or groups that have a stake in the success of the organization and should play a role in it.
Stakeholders are those individuals who have a stake in the success of the school and, therefore, have a need to participate in charting the direction of the school. Stakeholder groups include: support staff, administration, board members, parents, students, community members, alumni, and others interested in the growth and progress of the school.
Those people who are or will be affected by a real estate development.
People who have an interest in an organisation or process including users, customers, partners, employees, residents, owners, governments and regulators.
The board members, program participants, funders, collaborators, community members, and other individuals or organizations with a vested interest in your program and performance.
The people who have a vested interest in the outcome of the project.
People who have a vested interest in the success of the project or are involved in the implementation of the project.
The various people and groups who are potentially affected by or have an interest in the establishment of a marine protected area or any other issue.
Those individuals, groups and interests directly affected by a comprehensive planning process or proposed developments.
constituents having a claim or stake some aspect of the organization's products, operations, markets, industries, and outcomes.
All parties that have a direct or indirect interest in a company's performance and results. For adidas-Salomon, this includes consumers, retailers, distributors, licensees, supply chain business partners, shareholders, employees, international sports bodies, non-governmental organizations, the media, etc.
Our stockholders, employees, business partners, users of our products and society in general
Those people and organisations that have, or potentially have, a vested interest in the success of the programme.
All parties, individuals, governments, businesses, farms, and etc., that may be interested in, are affected by, or are responsible for the creation of laws, regulations and issues of concern to a community. For example, a farmer is a stakeholder in government regulation of odor that arises from his animal feeding operation's swine lagoon as well as the neighbor that lives nearby that may complain about the odor.
Refers to individuals, groups or organisations who have a specific interest or 'stake' in a particular need, issue situation or project and may include members of the local community (residents, businesses, workers, representatives such as councillors or politicians); community groups (services, interest groups, cultural groups clubs, associations, churches, mosques, temples); local, state and federal governments in parliamentary, representative, bureaucratic and officer levels; government departments, agencies and services (human services, public utilities, police); political parties; other CCD agencies (workers, management, networks); unions; employers and employer groups; peak bodies and networks in CCD; education and training providers; experts in the subject, issue situation or project.
Individuals or organization with an interest in the actions of an organization. They may be customers, suppliers, shareholders, employees, communities, members of special interest groups, or regulators.
A stakeholder is an indivdual or organisation who is interested in your project. It may be the funder, partners, users, trustees or staff and volunteers.
People who have a vested interest in a program.
Those individuals or groups who affect and/or are affected by, the operations of the organisation including, consumers, members of the channel of distribution channel, suppliers, the general public, shareholders and government.
Individuals and groups of individuals (including government and non-governmental institutions, traditional communities, universities, research institutions, development agencies, banks and donors) with an interest or claim (whether stated or implied) that has the potential of being affected by or affecting a given project and its objectives. Stakeholder groups that have a direct or indirect "stake" can be at the household, community, local, regional, national or international level.
We were surprised to learn that we needed to define this term for some people. We use the term to refer to everyone who has a stake in an organization, including staff, volunteers, donors, members, activists, board members, regulators, the press, other organizations, and so forth. The central asset that an organization must manage is relationships to these stakeholders.
Individuals, groups, and companies that have an emotional or economic stake in the health, well-being, and success of a brand and the brand-producing firm.
Anyone who is affected by the school district: students, parents, staff, businesses and community members.
people or groups who have an involvement or interest in the aged care industry, including: residents of aged care facilities, their relatives and advocates; aged care service providers and their staff; consumer groups; industry associations; the Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency; and the Department of Health and Aged Care.
are people who have a stake or interest in the outcome of a health promotion programme or issue. They may be funders, agencies or members of the community.
An agency, organisation, group or individual who has a direct or indirect interest in the project/programme, or who affects or is affected positively or negatively by the implementation and outcome of it. In this Guide, primary stakeholders is the term used for the main intended beneficiaries of a project.
those who have a vested scientific or economic interest in the outcomes of the institute
The term refers to groups or their representatives having an interest (stake) in the outcome of the corridor planning process. Typical stakeholders include elected officials, planning and zoning commissioners, metropolitan planning organizations, sewer districts, utility companies, business interests, agencies, and neighborhood associations.
Anyone with an interest in the successful outcome of the project.
Any organization, government entity, or individual who has a stake in or may be affected by an approach to environmental regulation, pollution prevention, energy conservation, and other activities.
Those who have an interest in the development of an information system. Stakeholders include those who will benefit or suffer from the introduction of the information system.
A range of people and organisations that are affected by, or have an interest in, the services offered by an organisation. In the case of hospital trusts, it includes patients, carers, staff, unions, voluntary organisations, social services, health authority, GPs, primary care groups and trusts in England, local health groups in Wales.
'The different groups that are affected by decisions, consultations and policies.' (Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services, 1998, p. 259).
Stakeholders are those organizations and individuals who have an interest or â€œstakeâ€ in an issue. Community resource mapping stakeholders include, but are not limited to: youth, parents, business leaders, community service providers, educators, workforce professionals, and local and federal government agencies.
Those with an interest or concern (including financial) in a particular resource.
Interested members of the Commonwealth of Virginia that may maintain large landholdings or interested members of the public.
Individuals, organizations, review boards, and committees with vested interest in the result of a decision, process, review, or activity.
those with vested interest in company's success, e.g. owner, employees, investors
Persons, groups or organisations with an interest in a project or programme (see Primary Stakeholders; Secondary Stakeholders).
Person or organisation who directly or indirectly is affected by, or affect, a companyâ€(tm)s activities.
Those with an interest in the firm. A narrow definition includes the corporation's debt and equity holders. A broader definition includes labor, management, and perhaps other interested parties, such as customers, suppliers, and society at large.
Those that may affect or be affected by particular decisions, activities or operations.
Groups and organisations with an interest (stake) in what happens with a project, programme or development
Those people or entities who have an interest in the performance of CalPERS, i.e., organizations, the Legislature, and taxpayers.
Individuals or entities such as funders, competitors, participants, project staff or administration, or community groups who influence the type and nature of services, target population, and defined outcomes as well as how results are communicated. Stakeholders are also known as "influencers."
A stakeholder is an individual, group, or organization having a 'stake' in an issue and its outcome. Stakeholders, interested parties and affected parties are considered to be segments of the public.
All those who have an interest in an organisation, its activities and its achievements. These may include customers, partners, employees, shareholders, owners, government and regulators. (European Foundation for Quality Management)
All parties (individuals, communities, community-based organizations, public and private sector institutions and funding bodies) that have vested interest in an issue.
all groups that are affected by the school's actions and success (e.g., parents, staff, community, other schools). Although students are commonly thought of as stakeholders, for purposes of emphasis and clarity, the Baldrige Criteria refer to students and stakeholders separately.
All the groups of people who are involved in an organisation's activities. E.g. including: beneficiaries, staff, managers, trustees, donors, government.
Individuals, groups of individuals and non-gov-ernmental and government entities that have either a direct or indirect interest or claim which will, or may, be affected by a particular decision or policy.
Stakeholders are people who will be affected by a conflict or by the resolution of that conflict. They include current disputants, and also people who are not currently involved in the conflict but might become involved (because they are likely to be affected by the conflict or its outcome sometime in the future.)
Refers to our employees, shareholders, government, landowners, customers and communities.
Parties/persons with a direct interest (stake) in an issue â€” also Stakeowners.
Individuals or groups who may affect or be affected by program evaluation.
Groups within society which contribute to a company's success and place demands on the company in different ways (e.g. stockholders, banks, customers, employees, government agencies)
are those people or organisations that have an interest in the organisation and are likely to be affected by its actions.
Stakeholders are groups or individuals that use systematically gathered pesticide information to set goals and establish strategic plans to further the objectives of their organization or operation. While these organizations/operations are varied.
All of the people who have some degree of accountability for the results of a design project.
Individuals or groups that have an interest in, or are likely to be affected by, a change in policy in approach.
Any person, group, or organization affected by and having a vested interest in the incident and/or the response operation.
may consist of: ministry/ies and inspecting authorities, regional/local authorities and government, local public and their organizations, problem owners (industries), groups of interest, site developer, megasite management organization.
groups or sometimes individuals who have a significant interest in the successful outcome of some initiative or activity; in the case of an educational institution, stakeholders can include funding agencies, employers of those who eventually graduate, the staff of the institution and existing and potential learners.
Community members, businesses or government authorities who have a stake in an issue or are affected by a project.
private businesses, associations, non-governmental organizations and/or government departments that have a clear interest and role in addressing labour market issues. This relationship does not imply a financial investment.
All individuals or groups who affect or are affected by the way we do business.
Agencies, organisations, groups or individuals who have a direct or indirect interest in the development intervention or its evaluation (DAC).
entities, including organizations, groups and individuals, which are affected by and contribute to decisions, consultations and policies
People with an interest in industry activities that affect them. They may include nearby landowners, Aboriginal communities, recreational land users, other industries, environmental groups, governments and regulators.
The people who have an interest in the activities of an organisation. This includes staff, volunteers, users and their carers, trustees, funders, purchasers, donors, supporters and members.
Individuals and groups with an interest in the outcomes of policy decisions and actions.
All those with a "stake" in the organization's success (e.g. shareholders, managers, employees, customers, suppliers, etc.).
People, organisations or groups with an interest or stake in the line of business.
The body of individuals or constituencies affected directly or indirectly by organizational actions or outcomes.
Those groups and organizations having an interest or stake in a organizationâ€(tm)s EMS program (e.g., regulators, shareholders, customers, suppliers, special interest groups, residents, competitors, investors, bankers, media, lawyers, geologists, insurance companies, trade groups, unions, ecosystems and cultural heritage).
Those individuals or groups who impact on or who are impacted by an organisation and its activities.
People and organisations that are involved or interested in an area or an issue, eg residents, councillors, business people, trade unions.
These are all the individuals which have a stake in the relationship between a participant and its eventual users. Stakeholders include purchasers, but also include potential purchasers, past purchasers, current employees, prospective employees, channel partners, investors, advertising agencies, public relations firms, suppliers – in fact, anyone who stands to lose or gain by the success or failure of a company.
Groups or individuals representing the interests of a demographic population, professional association, or institutional affiliation, including accrediting organizations public sector payers or purchasers private sector employers or purchasers clinicians managed care organizations health care delivery systems researchers consumers and their families
All institutions, agencies, organizations, communities and individuals that may be involved in the ABS procedure in accordance with national law or based on case by case decisions: i.e. government agencies, regional and local governments and representatives of indigenous and local communities, local organizations.
refer to those individuals with a vested interest in the ICT project under development. These may include: patients, affiliated health care organizations, vendors, funding bodies, health care professionals, managers, executives, administrators, customers, governance board, regulatory bodies, insurance providers, licensing bodies, shareholders and government. For a project to be successful the needs and concerns of all stakeholders must be taken into consideration and a workable solution developed. Digital's ICT integration process recognizes the importance of Stakeholders in the development plan.
Parties with an interest in the execution and outcome of a project. They would include people and organisations affected by or dependent on the outcome of a project.
All parties who will be affected by the results of planning decisions.
Stakeholders include all individuals and groups who are affected by, or can affect, a given operation. Stakeholders can be individuals, interest groups or organizations.
Those individuals, agencies, organizations and funders that are interested in making a contribution to reducing or preventing homelessness. This also includes the private sector, churches and homeless individuals.
Any individual or organization that has an interest in water management activities. In the broadest sense, everyone is a stakeholder, because water sustains life. Water resources stakeholders are typically those involved in protecting, supplying, or using water for any purpose, including environmental uses, who have a vested interest in a water-related decision.
Any people and organisations who have a stake or interest in the museum, archive or library.
Any group within or outside an organization that has a stake in the organization's performance. Creditors, suppliers, employees and owners are all stakeholders.
Industry activities often affect surrounding areas and populations. People with an interest in these activities are considered stakeholders. They may include nearby landowners, municipalities, Aboriginal communities, recreational land users, other industries, environmental groups, governments and regulators.
A stakeholder is someone who has a direct interest or investment in a given issue. With respect to campus tobacco prevention, stakeholders may include advisors, funders, students and administration, and can often be influential in a negotiation or a decision making process.
Individuals or groups that affect or are affected by the activities of a company.
Any party, such as stockholders, bondholders, other creditors, managers, and employees, who benefits from the success of the company.
A widely used term that notates a public agency, private organization or the traveling public with a vested interest, or a "stake" in one or more transportation elements within a Regional ITS Architecture.
Those individuals and groups that have an interest in, or depend on, an organisations activities, both internal (e.g. employees) and external (e.g. suppliers). In turn, the organisation may depend on these stakeholders in undertaking operations.
Individuals and groups who have an interest in the issues in hand. They normally represent their own interests as stakeholders.