Stakeholder analyses can be carried out in order to identify:
- Organizations, key actors, or decision markers
- Processes involved in the translation of policy recommendations based on BBF findings into action.
Stakeholder analyses (i.e., stakeholder mapping) can be conducted through an interview process based on the NetMap method, a tool used globally to help both stakeholders and project managers understand, map, and improve the diffusion of ideas, knowledge, and policy solutions (Schiffer, 2007).
It is recommended to conduct stakeholder mapping after fifth meeting in order to identify organizations, actors, and processes involved in the translation of BBF policy recommendations into action.