Stakeholder Analysis and Engagement Toolkit
For an integrated planning effort to succeed—particularly in higher education—collective commitment from all of the institutional stakeholders is critical.
To get that collective commitment, you need to do two things:
Design your planning process so it leverages your institution’s internal and external cultures.Involve your critical stakeholder groups in the planning process. Tapping into the stakeholder groups in meaningful ways will increase engagement, transparency, and commitment to the process and the products of integrated planning.
Remember, institutional stakeholders are the carriers of your mission and institutional culture. Mission and culture are the key drivers of institutional success. If you do not respect your stakeholders, mission, and culture, your planning efforts will not yield a plan to enhance student success and institutional thriving.
This toolkit includes recommendations and worksheets to help you analyze your stakeholders and determine how to meaningfully engage them in the planning process.
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