stakeholder mapping

stakeholder mapping

a technique for assessing the potential effect of STAKEHOLDERS upon an organization. Stakeholder mapping seeks to assess, first, the power of different stakeholders' groups to effect the organization and, second, the level of interest which stakeholders have in the organization's activities. By plotting power and interest levels of different stakeholders in a matrix it is possible to track the changes in the potential influences of different stakeholders' groups; and to assess the impact of a particular strategic development in stakeholders.
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Bayer added, however, that there was currently no indication that Monsanto's "stakeholder mapping project" was illegal.
They include: *Business models and finance for social enterprises *Leadership and team management *Scaling up the enterprise to prepare for the next stage of its development *Communication and stakeholder mapping *The role of technology and innovation *Decision-making in the growth stage of an enterprise Since its launch in 2011, more than 500 entrepreneurs from six geographies have participated: Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Spain, Turkey and the United States.
Q-Method could support the traditional approaches of stakeholder mapping in revealing any hidden common perceptions among various institutions and actors.
In this respect, Population Council conducted a stakeholder mapping exercise in three countries in sub-Saharan Africa namely Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal to determine the program and policy contexts as well as in-country level of interest for the progesterone vaginal ring (PVR) as a new method for postpartum contraception.
Summary: Smart Dubai will now work to address all aspects, challenges and opportunities related to the data economy, including value creation, stakeholder mapping, data policy and sustainability implications.
In addition to design thinking, the course uses components of systems thinking to facilitate mapping the ecosystem of the design challenge, which is referred to here as stakeholder mapping. This helps the students explore the connections and interdependencies among and between project variables, and forces students to develop a broader view of the problem.
(49) To fully understand and address these issues, CPEC agreements should integrate stakeholder mapping and engagement initiatives as mandatory contract clauses.
This chapter describes how advocacy for biofortification by HarvestPlus and its partners has been structured, including a mix of evidence generation and sharing, stakeholder mapping, promotion to change attitudes, and efforts towards establishing Codex Alimentarius standards for biofortification.
The committee will focus on patient engagement and satisfaction, communications, stakeholder mapping, marketing, campaigns, events and media.
By focusing on honing our stakeholder mapping and materiality process, we continue to address the issues that are most important to our business and stakeholders, and as a result we have seen positive developments in the company's economic, environmental and societal performance."
The course content includes: What is a Social Enterprise?; Different types of social enterprise; The difference between social enterprises and other businesses; Considerations when setting up a social enterprise; Management structures and management committees; Legal structures; The triple bottom line; Pros and cons of being a social enterprise; Stakeholder mapping and analysis; and First steps in setting up a social enterprise.
* On the cards: Widest export stakeholder mapping ever