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Identify And Influence Identity Stakeholders

July 16, 2012

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This report outlines the stakeholder needs of the Identity And Access Management playbook. Forrester has identified lack of IT executive buy-in and attention as a chronic issue in projects related to identity and access management (IAM). Who are the parties with a stake in the success — or failure — of these projects? How can you as an IAM professional work with all of these stakeholders appropriately to plan and execute IAM projects, so that you can measure the result in units of utility rather than futility? And how can you contribute to projects led by others that impact your identity and access strategy? This report breaks down the roles, responsibilities, and communication and collaboration must-dos for those who initiate and manage IAM change.

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Table of Contents

  • When IAM Projects Fail, People Problems Are Often At The Root
  • Map Out All IAM Stakeholders To Support Give-And-Take Conversations
  • WHAT IT MEANS

  • Influence Stakeholders By Capturing What's In It For Them
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