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What is Stakeholder

A stakeholder can refer to:

  • an individual

  • an organisation

  • an entity

  • a group of people

who  can effect or be affected by a decision or course of action.



2nd Definition

A person or group who have a vested interest in the outcome and deliverables of a project.

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