Think about Your Stakeholders

When organizing a Jam you need never be alone. You can find an audience, help, advice, sponsoring and much more from all kinds of people. Think about the following stakeholders and ask yourself what you can do for them—and, what they for you.

  • Jammers: Participants, ‘Hey–I–Heard–About–Thats’, Local Organizers, Global Organizers, …
  • Partners: Sponsors, Experts, Mentors, …
  • Service providers: Restaurants, Venues, …
  • Users: Neighbours, Friends, Family, Self, Coworkers, Classmates, …
  • Education: Universities, Research, Teachers, Students, Administrators, …
  • Public Matters: Health Services, City, Politics, …
  • Creators: Industry, Designers, Firms, Freelancers, Service Designers, Ad Agencies, Inventors, Innovators, UX, hacker groups, maker groups, coworking sites, FabLabs, artists, actors, …
  • Thinkers: Sociologist, Philosophers, Sceptics, …
  • Logistics: Engineers, Finance, …
  • The Real World: Business, Start Ups, Commercial, Corporations, Management, …
  • Buzz: Press, Media, Marketing, Web, Social Media, Promoters, …

Before the Jam…: Think about Your Stakeholders. Picture by GSJ HQ.

 

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