Dependency and Structure Modelling for stakeholder management: an example in Landscape Regeneration

DS 126: Proceedings of the 25th International DSM Conference (DSM 2023), Gothenburg, Sweden, October, 03 - 05, 2023

Year: 2023
Editor: Harold (Mike) Stowe; Tyson R. Browning; Steven D. Eppinger; Jakob Trauer; Christopher Langner; Matthias Kreimeyer; Ola Isaksson; Massimo Panarotto; Arindam Brahma
Author: Valeria Pannunzio, Laurie Friday, Timoleon Kipouros, P. John Clarkson
Series: DSM
Institution: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Page(s): 133-140
DOI number: 10.35199/dsm2023.15


Stakeholder management often is a complex process in large, multidisciplinary projects with systemic implications. In this contribution, we adopt a systems engineering approach to stakeholder management in a large-scale landscape regeneration effort in the UK, namely the Cambridge Centre for Landscape Regeneration (CLR). Through stakeholder mapping and DSM clustering, we explore a current snapshot of involved (high interest high influence) project stakeholders and their lines of communication, identifying preliminary thematic clusters and key contributors.

Keywords: Stakeholder management, systems engineering, landscape regeneration, change management, design structure matrix


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