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This guidance is designed for organisations working with their stakeholders and for those advising or retained as external consultant to organisations. Although organisations will normally have a good understanding of their stakeholders, it is often the case that the organisations do not have an understanding of the relationship between their activities and the outcomes experienced by stakeholders (the theory of change).

The guidance should be read in conjunction with the Guide to SROI. It expands the information in Stage 1 Establishing Scope and Identifying Stakeholders. The guidance assumes that you have already made a start at identifying your stakeholders although stakeholder involvement may mean you will need to revise your understanding.

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