Features papers and case studies selected from those presented at the 2013 ACFID University Network Conference ‘Development Futures: Alternative pathways to end poverty‘ held at the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology Sydney, November 21-22, 2013.
Your internal stakeholders are the people you work with in the same organisation that have overlapping interests with yours. You may have other teams or individuals who influence your work or may be affected by the work you do. Gaining their support can be important for decision making, cooperation, aligning timelines, or simply to prevent obstruction. Understanding and working closely with your internal stakeholders will be important for your success.