A stakeholder analysis is carried out via stakeholder mapping. There are various ways to map stakeholders; one of the most prominent is the power-interest matrix (also known as Mendelow's Matrix because the first version is credited to researcher Aubrey Mendelow).
Begin by conducting a small study, such as two days of user sessions. Invite stakeholders to any of the sessions that they can attend. Encourage them to attend at least two sessions so that they are less inclined to take one at face value. To properly set expectations, explain your research plan and procedure.
Determine the stakeholders. A project may have a large number of stakeholders.
Examine the stakeholders. The following stage necessitates some research.
Stakeholders on a Map.
Put stakeholders first.
Set objectives. Begin your UX research by determining your stakeholder interview goals, or what you want to learn from interviewees.
Make a list of questions.
Analyze and document responses
A collaborative and creative strategy that supports co-creation is sometimes the best way to collaborate with stakeholders. As user experience specialists, we all recall spending a lot more time in the past advocating the business value of design.