Stakeholders are zookeepers that help the animals, clean their cages, and create a bond with them. They study the animal's behaviors to see if anything is wrong.
Stakeholder landscape – Here you’re creating a picture of who’s who in the zoo with regards their functions, ie., Corporate, Internal and External functions. Stakeholder positions– Now it’s time to identify individuals in each group and rank them as high, medium or low in terms of their: Ability to disrupt change Current understanding Required understanding Current commitment Required commitment Required support Stakeholder management approach – This is effectively a power or. interest matrix, which helps determine the strategy to adopt for engaging with them. Stakeholder map – Now your zoo becomes more solid. With individuals listed in each functional group you can add their key concerns, the management approach you’re taking, and key artefacts for their input or validation during the project.
The animals diet should depend on the animal. IT should satisfies the animal and be good for the animal. Also the animal should feel safe and shouldn't feel home sick once they are placed.The challenge that we may face is that the animals may not cooperate. We may have some money problems. Lasty the animals may not be used to the environment. This could be solved by having some fundraisers and trying to convert the animals. Try to make the animals know the zoo keepers and become use to the.The benefits we may gain is that we have experience in zookeeper. Have an animal's trust and a benefit in your health. The product should be spending daily amount of time with the animals and creating special bond with them.
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