Stakeholder or Constituent?

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I use the word stakeholder because it’s industry standard, but I prefer constituent because it implies that we ‘owe’ something to these important recipients of the results of our change efforts. We care about how our change will assist the constituent. ‘Getting done’ with a project has new meaning with this mindset.

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