Stakeholder Register Template

Manage Project Stakeholders Better

Identify and evaluate project stakeholders and their requirements for effective decision-making and communication.

  • Pre-made templates to identify and categorize stakeholders effectively
  • Intuitive visual canvas to create effective stakeholder management plans
  • Real-time collaboration to work seamlessly with stakeholders
Stakeholder Register Template
National Geographic
Easy Tools for Stakeholder Analysis

Easy Tools for Stakeholder Analysis

Easy Tools for Stakeholder Analysis

Use tables with advanced customizability to classify stakeholders, their interests and concerns, influence, engagement levels, and more.

Multiple visual templates and frameworks to identify, evaluate, and capture stakeholder interests and concerns.

Brainstorming tools like mind maps and post-it note walls for identifying and evaluating project stakeholders.

Professional diagramming tools to visually analyze both internal and external stakeholder relationships, dependencies, output, & expectations.

Configurable color themes to differentiate between various stakeholders based on their power and interest for easier analysis.


Understand Stakeholder Needs Better

Understand Stakeholder Needs Better

Visual prioritization grids to rank stakeholders based on power and interest or influence.

Built-in tools to create dynamic & interactive presentations, reports, and dashboards to onboard stakeholders.

Multiple access and role levels for project stakeholders; Owner, Editor, Commentor, and Viewer roles for workspaces and folders.

Add documents and assets with in-app previews to create a central access point for all stakeholder-related information.

Expand your stakeholder register by capturing additional details on stakeholders, their interests, & concerns with powerful documentation capabilities.

Understand Stakeholder Needs Better
Collaborate with Stakeholders, Anytime, Anywhere

Collaborate with Stakeholders, Anytime, Anywhere

Collaborate with Stakeholders, Anytime, Anywhere

True multi user collaboration with concurrent editing and automatic conflict resolution.

Real-time cursors for any number of participants. Work with stakeholders on a shared canvas.

Video conferencing baked into the platform to feel like you are in the same room.

@mention comments to tag people to get things done or clarify things and comment threads to have discussions and follow-ups on the same canvas.



Visualize process and user insights with AI templates

Visualize process and user insights with AI templates

Accessing Creately VIZ

    What Is a Stakeholder Register?

    The stakeholder register is a document that details information about the stakeholders of a project. This contains their names, contact details, the role they play in the project, their power over making project decisions, and their needs, concerns, and expectations. It serves as the basis for team formation, assigning roles and responsibilities, defining success criteria, and planning stakeholder communication.

    How to Create a Stakeholder Register with Creately?

    • Identify project stakeholders. This may include individuals, groups, or organizations that may be affected by or interested in the project or its outcome directly or indirectly. For example, project managers, investors, project team, customers, etc. Identifying stakeholders should continue throughout the project, therefore remember to constantly update and revise it as necessary.
    • Insert all information on identified stakeholders in the stakeholder register. Use the Creately stakeholder template to collaborate on filling it with others. While generally the stakeholder register contains details such as the names of the stakeholders, their contact details, roles, and interests, additional columns can be included to customize it as you want.
    • While filling out the details, you can reach out to the stakeholders to verify the data or gather additional information.
    • Evaluate the requirements, influence, and the expectations of the identified stakeholders to determine their communication modes, needs, and frequency.