The Cornell University defines Key Stakeholders as “a subset of Stakeholders who, if their support were to be withdrawn, would cause the project to fail”. In other words, Key Stakeholders are powerful parties that you should especially keep an eye on. But how do you identify them? This article, published by Harvard Business Review, presents five questions that will help you spot who your Key Stakeholders are.

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