Stakeholder management in infrastructure projects – two case studies

Stakeholder management in infrastructure projects

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has recently published a case study that analyzes the impact of stakeholder management in infrastructure projects during planning and development. To avoid infrastructure projects being considered a ‘failure’ due to lack of appropriate public support, integration of the wider community and more effective communication

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Indigenous Peoples consultation in mining: Free, prior and informed consent

free prior and informed consent

This is the second post in a two-part series focused on Indigenous community consultation best practices in the mining sector. Community support is essential for the success of mining projects. Meaningful involvement of Indigenous Peoples in decision-making relating to project development is necessary to obtain and maintain indigenous community support,

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Using SaaS to manage stakeholder engagement communication

stakeholder engagement communication

Stakeholder engagement software is ideal for the cloud-based, externally hosted Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery model because the software tends to be used by geographically dispersed users with complex database and reporting requirements. Typically Software-as-a-Service falls into the category of “cloud computing.” The software and data exist on remote servers rather than

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Oil and gas local content planning

oil and gas local content

Local content requirements for the oil and gas sector now exist in many jurisdictions. The principal objective of local content strategies is to maximize local benefits from oil and gas development projects through increased participation of the local workforce and firms. Key features of local content strategies or plans include:

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