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who are stakeholders and why do they matter?

Mapping stakeholders and systems can be powerful tools to increase equity and improve organizational decision making. But remember that the key to equity is inclusivity. As the author writes, “We must make space for everyone beyond the boundaries of our maps and Venn diagrams. This leaves room for future generations and for all the possibilities we cannot yet imagine.”

Thinking about stakeholders is essential for an organization to be effective, accountable, and ethical.

Learn why stakeholders are important to your nonprofit organization.

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Stakeholder analysis is useful for gaining awareness of who your organization impacts and who you depend on to fulfill your mission. Thinking explicitly about stakeholders increases strategic focus, expands options, and aligns organizational effort.