Power Analysis Chart
Overview: In this milestone, you will apply what you learned in Module Two to complete a power analysis chart that outlines the various “friends” and “enemies”
to the community organizing experience, as well as the influences on those individuals/groups. Applying what you learned in the Module Two overview, provide a
visual overview of the main decision maker in the middle of the chart. Then, to the left, provide those who might be considered “enemies” or those who would
be against having the problem solved for some reason; to the left of those “enemies,” include those who influence them. To the right of the main decision maker,
outline those who are “friends” or who might benefit from the problem being solved; to the right of those “friends” include those who might influence them.
This will be your first attempt at outlining the various stakeholders in the situation, so it will be a work in progress. In addition to the chart, you should provide 1– 2 pages outlining details to describe your visual chart.
Guidelines for Submission: Written components of projects must follow these formatting guidelines when applicable: double spacing, 12-point Times New
Roman font, one-inch margins, and discipline-appropriate citations.
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