By Bernd Carsten Stahl
This booklet presents quite a lot of attention-grabbing and novel ways to the connection among expertise and people. it may be used for instructing in addition to for examine reasons; it comprises insights which are of relevance for social and organizational use of knowledge and communications expertise"
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28 Alexander • Discussion: Features & Limitations of the Taxonomy • Conclusion The Proposed Taxonomy A project’s stakeholder sociology can be modelled graphically on an onion diagram (Figure 1). This deceptively simple-looking model documents a wealth of information about a project. It presents a view of the project that is centred on its product and serves as an overview of our stakeholder taxonomy. Figure 1. Onion diagram of product stakeholders The Wider Environment (mainly social) Financial Beneficiary The Containing System Negative Stakeholders (also sociotechnical) Our System Interfacing Systems (sociotechnical) Sponsor or champion The Kit or Product (technical) Political Beneficiary Functional Beneficiary Normal Operator Regulator Operational Support Maintenance Operator Consultant Purchaser Developer The onion diagram displays a customisable set of named “slots” (silhouette icons), containing stakeholder roles, in three or more “circles” centred on the “kit” or product.
Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. 34 Alexander • Operational support: Roles that involve advising normal operators of a product about how to operate it. These roles are very close to operations but support rather than conduct productive use of the product itself. We have chosen to include them in “our system” for two reasons: 1. they behave as operational staff in their daily work; and 2. like maintenance operators, they help to keep the system fully operational (enabling the normal operators to continue working effectively).
Issues and Trends in Technology and Human Interaction by Bernd Carsten Stahl