Advanced Stakeholder Management
We share examples of stakeholder consultation in successful policy making and development (and not-so-successful), including healthcare policy, public policy, environment, and more.
Need to consult with stakeholders on your policy? We talk about engaging stakeholders in policy making and how to get started with your consultation.
We share 6 ways stakeholder management software delivers ROI — and a formula for estimating potential ROI from your software
We look at 8 ways stakeholder engagement can help to support sustainability practices in organizations.
We discuss why stakeholder expectations matter, 6 steps to better manage them, and two examples of projects that require stakeholder expectation management.
We share what stakeholder experience is, why it matters, and 10 ways to improve stakeholder experiences.
Stakeholder capitalism argues that companies should benefit more than just their shareholders and customers and also consider the community, society, and environment. In this blogpost we define what is stakeholder capitalism, and share 6 steps to get it right.
Find out how good stakeholder engagement practices can increase the success of your workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion program.
We define external engagement and share its benefits, why it matters, and 10 best practices for engaging external stakeholders.
What is social capital and how does it fit in with stakeholder management or engagement? We look at social capital definitions, why it matters, and how it’s created.
We explore what stakeholder engagement looks like in government organizations, why it matters, and 3 barriers to engagement.
See a detailed overview of stakeholder mapping, including historical models, their limitations, and a new (and better) way to map your stakeholders.
Stakeholder analysis is a critical part of successful stakeholder management and increasingly government and businesses are undertaking more formal and structured analysis of their stakeholder list. But almost all organisations have one critical flaw in their approach to stakeholder analysis.
Rising expectations on businesses to mitigate risks of human rights violation and exploitation bring up several questions that need to be addressed.
Public participation can be a time-consuming process, and if there is no real action or accountability, it may indicate that you are not doing it correctly. We will guide you through the process by sharing seven truths about accountability in public participation.