Company Analysis, Case Study Topic:&nbsp. #3 – Stakeholder Analysis and Engagement Plan The stakeholders includes The World Bank, non-governmental organizations, World Health Organization, health experts, women and children, as well as the government.
The place of each stakeholder on the power vs. interest grid below
Strategic Planning Phase
This is an initiative of FCI, which has both high interest and power crucial for the program success. The WHO and World Bank are also brought on board as highly interested parties, since it is one of their goals to see affordable health for all (Bryson). Further, these three organizations approach the government, which is considered instrumental in provision of facilities needed to roll out the aforementioned health program. To achieve this, the health experts come on board. They are hired by FCI to implement the program. Finally, women and children who are the beneficiaries of the program come last. They bear much interest in the program, but have no powers over it. They are the overall beneficiaries of this program. Appendix 1 below shows how the various stakeholders will be involved in strategic decision making.
Closely working with World Bank, World Health Organization (WHO) and respective governments, FCI have undertaken a program that promotes advocacy and implementation of interventions key in prevention of maternal and newborn deaths.
Strategic Issue Agenda
In addition, its strategy further dwells on coming up with solutions to ensure that women and their children remain in good health during the period of need and thereafter.
Work Cited
Bryson, John M., Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations: A Guide to Strengthening and Sustaining Organizational Achievement (4th ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass: 2011. Print.

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