The debate on land reform in sub-Saharan Africa has moved from the purpose and direction of reforms to the reasons why proposed reforms are not being implemented. The literature shows that one of the reasons for failure to implement reforms is conflicting stakeholder interests. This article proposes stakeholder analysis as a management tool that may be used to solve this problem. It goes ahead to apply the tool as a demonstration of how stakeholder analysis can resolve some of the conflicts involving stakeholder actions. These include a multi-level mapping of stakeholder characteristics for the land reform process in Kenya, a tri-attribute mapping of stakeholder characteristics, and a stakeholder mapping according to the six generic management strategies. This would help the implementing agency in carrying out the reform process successfully in Kenya.