Identification of Stakeholders in Headspace Project

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Running head: HEADSPACE PROJECTHeadspace ProjectName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
HEADSPACE PROJECTTable of ContentsStakeholders.....................................................................................................................................3Identification of Stakeholders in Headspace Project.......................................................................3Business Case:.............................................................................................................................5Questionnaire for Australian Youth.................................................................................................5Use Case Diagram (Headspace)....................................................................................................10Use case description for each use case......................................................................................11Fully Developed Use Case Description:........................................................................................15Bibliography:.................................................................................................................................18
HEADSPACE PROJECTStakeholdersInternalOperationalExecutiveStaffsIT ExpertsProgrammersProject ManagerAccountsManagementBoard Committee memberResource ManagerExternalContractorsSub-ContractorsNursesDoctorsAustralian GovernmentSuppliersAustralian YouthFigure 1: Stakeholders identification(Source: created by author)Identification of Stakeholders in Headspace ProjectIndividual that are involved and will be affected in this project can be stated asstakeholders. For this case there are several stakeholders, which are doctors, nurses, Australianyouths, staffs, IT staffs and many more. These stakeholders can be classified into differentgroups, which are internal stakeholders, External stakeholders, Operational stakeholders andExecutive stakeholders. Comprising this further classifications are Internal-operational, Internal-Executive, External-Operational and External-Executive stakeholders. Internal stakeholders arethose stakeholders who are part of the company like IT staffs, manager, etc. Similarly, externalstakeholders are those who are from outside the organization or those who does not belong to theorganization like consumers (Australian Youth), suppliers, resource provider, etc. Executivestakeholders are those who are related to the project indirectly such as donors, Government,finance provider etc. Internal-operational stakeholders are the stakeholders who are involved inthe process to make the project successful and are member of the organization like Staffs,
HEADSPACE PROJECTprogrammers, system designer, Accountants, Staffs, etc. Similarly, internal-executivestakeholders are the individuals who are part of the organization who plays vital role in decision-making process for the organization. It involves Board committee members, Project Manager,resource provider, Top Management etc. Additionally, External-operational stakeholders are thestakeholders who are not a part of the organization; however have authority to access the offeredproduct or equipment. Lastly, External-executive stakeholders are the stakeholders who are notinvolved in to completion of the project but are provides the materials, equipment and servicesthat are important for the completion of the project like Donors, Government, and Suppliers etc.Rate of interest and impact of the project on the stakeholders can be stated by followingtable:StakeholdersClassificationInterest LevelImpact LevelStaffsInternal-OperationalHighLowIT Experts/AnalystInternal-OperationalHighHighProgrammersInternal-OperationalHighLowProject ManagerInternal-OperationalHighHighContractorsExternal-OperationalHighLowDoctorsExternal-OperationalHighLowNursesExternal-OperationalHighHighAccount ManagerInternal-ExecutiveHighLowBoard memberInternal-ExecutiveHighLowManagementInternal-ExecutiveHighLowAustralian YouthExternal-ExecutiveHighHighAustralianGovernmentExternal-ExecutiveHighLowBusiness Case:Most of the Australian youth are facing the problem of metal sickness in their early stageof life like anxiety, depression etc. Main agenda of this project is aware the youths about the cure