StakeNet: using social networks to analyse the stakeholders of large-scale software projects

@article{Lim2010StakeNetUS,
  title={StakeNet: using social networks to analyse the stakeholders of large-scale software projects},
  author={Soo Ling Lim and Daniele Quercia and Anthony Finkelstein},
  journal={2010 ACM/IEEE 32nd International Conference on Software Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={295-304}
}
Many software projects fail because they overlook stakeholders or involve the wrong representatives of significant groups. Unfortunately, existing methods in stakeholder analysis are likely to omit stakeholders, and consider all stakeholders as equally influential. To identify and prioritise stakeholders, we have developed StakeNet, which consists of three main steps: identify stakeholders and ask them to recommend other stakeholders and stakeholder roles, build a social network whose nodes are… CONTINUE READING
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