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1 Nisha Narayanan, PRMPS Stephen Ndegwa, PRMPS Simplified Stakeholder Analysis A Demonstration

2 Goals Demonstration, preliminary use Simple, user-friendly and portable model Transparent calculations and assumptions Scenario building over prediction Accessible charts and grids as guides for potential options/targets for policy dialogue

3 Data Collection As with other models, extensive and reliant on field interviews Depending on government or policy area openness, data can be collected by two methods: Interviews with specialists or experts and/or Interviews with actual stakeholders

4 Data Attributes *Annex 1: New Effective Power equation

5 Sample Data

6 Policy Continuum A

7 New Policy Continuum B (#) = Effective Power

8 Effective Power/Position Matrix Identifies stakeholder position and their relative power -- how hard reform will be With simple rule -- movement within quadrant/subset -- allows setting goals to influence

9 Scenarios: Governing Assumptions Stakeholders can only move within their policy preference sector, or minimally into next one Strategy may then be to: –Move stakeholders with low policy reform preferences to the right or diagonally upwards by increasing information –Empower stakeholders with higher policy reform preferences to move up and to the right by increasing effective power

10 Influence-Salience Matrix Identifies the stakeholders by their level of salience and influence (color-coded on policy reform preference) Information on stakeholder attributes allows setting intervention strategy and coalition building

11 Specific Examples in response to influence-salience profile of opponents Promoters - counter or compromise Defenders - suppress potential action Latents – Increase salience Apathetics - Ignore

12 Specific Examples in response to influence-salience profile of proponents Promoters - Build coalitions with low preference stakeholders-common interests Defenders - Provide resources to promote position Latents - Provide information and incentives to increase saliency and preference for reform Apathetics – Ignore

13 New Policy Continuum B (#) = Effective Power

14 Improvements/Simplifications Adds detailed stakeholder reservation price to policy continuum Clarifies effective power equation Focuses on creating scenarios in lieu of predictions to promote policy Uses maps to identify and assess stakeholder positions and potential movement for dialogue and goal-setting

15 Conclusion Simpler model –Portable, cost effective –Excel-based –WB team executed (data/scenarios/dialogue) Transparent assumptions –Informed by Task team – country/issue knowledge –Theoretically valid, methodologically reliable Organic scenarios over precise/debatable predictions

16 Annex 1: Effective Power Equation (.70)*I + (.30)*S = Effective Power Effective Power is the weighted sum of 70% Influence and 30% Salience Influence is weighted more than Salience because those with higher influence have a higher ability to block reform Eg. A stakeholder with 80 (I) and 20 (S) has more power to veto a policy than a stakeholder with 20 (I) and 80 (S)

17 More Information On Sentias Model, Other Models used elsewhere, Bank Pilots, and Simplified Model, please contact: –Stephen Ndegwa/Nisha Narayanan Ed Campos/Shilpa Pradhan (PRMPS) –Barbara Nunberg/Amanda Green (EASPR) –Jennie Litvack/Nabil Chaherli (MNSED)


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