To map stakeholders, AccountAbility’s approach is to rank each stakeholder with a number of factors. This approach provides some scaffolding to enable a more objective assessment. Here is a summary of these factors from an earlier version of AccountAbility’s AA1000SES. Responsibility – the organisation has, or in the future may have, legal, ﬁnancial and operational… Continue reading Stakeholder mapping – for threat or opportunity?
Stakeholder mapping is a key process for formalising your stakeholder engagement. Follow this four step process to establish a stakeholder map. Using a matrix to rate the factors that determine the relevance of each stakeholder group will provide another perspective on your business. AccountAbility’s AA1000 Stakeholder Engagement Standard specifies: “In order to design stakeholder engagement… Continue reading Stakeholder mapping
A fence post and a tree are both anchored in the earth. But they achieve it in totally different ways. A fence post is typically made out of wood, or perhaps concrete. If it is wood, it may be chemically treated to protect it from the organisms of decay in the soil. It is held… Continue reading Fence post or tree? A metaphor for engagement