Can stakeholder consultation change minds?

  Stakeholder consultation is a common business practice that is a function of many companies’ corporate social responsibility policies. In many cases it is also mandated by governments. Effective stakeholder consultation can result in participants changing their preconceived perspectives on the project, development or issue under discussion. This occurs when

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Stakeholder management umbrella

stakeholder management umbrella

Stakeholder management can mean different things to different people – and the term has become interchangeable with many related stakeholder activities. Stakeholder management is really the “strategic umbrella” covering a group of tactics aimed at building relationships with important audiences that impact, or are impacted, by your organization’s business footprint.

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Online community engagement ideas for municipalities

Online Community Engagement Ideas for Municipalities

Municipal governments often need to poll citizens regarding community planning and development initiatives. What do people think about changes to the roads? What are the priorities for new infrastructure spending? How should the local government invest in parks and recreation? These are the types of issues that are particularly well-suited for online discussion

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Indigenous Communal Enterprises Generate Jobs In Peru

As in many countries in the world, creating new jobs in Peru is costly and depends on economic growth. In most mining projects in Peru, it isn’t possible to offer direct employment to all community members in the area-of-influence of a mining site. For this, communal enterprises are created to allow the majority

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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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