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Stakeholder Weighting

The importance that a stakeholder, such as an owner or manager, attaches to something, such as a maintenance task or a deficient condition, which is used to fine-tune a prioritization ranking scheme.  It reveals the owners preferences and functionality that is important to the owner.

A "functionality weighting" rather than a "performance weighting". The value of the action to the owner rather than the value of the action to the building.


Quantification

The stakeholder weighting includes the stakeholder bias, vested interests and is an expression of their:

  • Peace of mind
  • Preservation of investment
  • Reliability
  • Functionality

Statistical procedure to create a multiplier. A means of establishing ranks for:


Examples
Included below are some examples to illustrate the application of a stakeholder weighting to some maintenance tasks:

  • Clean the windows high [performance weighting: low; functionality weighting: high]
  • Clean the transformer [performance weighting: moderate; functionality weighting: low]


Methodology
  • Owner/stakeholder survey
  • Survey Analysis
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Fig.  The Board at a regular meeting.


See also:
Compare with:
  • Impartiality
  • Impartial weighting


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