Getting Good Stuff Done Collaboratively: Stakeholder Analysis & Engagement

Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 5:00pm to 7:00pm

10-105, Vannevar Bush Room

All social innovation work takes place in the context of a particular culture, market, existing legal and policy framework, and intervention landscape where individuals, community groups, government and NGOs are working to achieve change. These stakeholders will influence whether an innovation takes hold. In this session we explore questions such as: Who are the various stakeholders for our work, and how might they influence or be affected by our initiatives? Who might be willing and effective partners? What factors do we need to consider in project design and rollout strategy? We will use stakeholder mapping tools to analyze the work of several ongoing projects to suggest strategies for stakeholder engagement.

Please be sure to RSVP here (so we can get an accurate count for dinner).

Event Type

Workshops/Fairs, Career Development

Events By Interest

Academic, Health/Wellness, Career Development, Diversity/Inclusion, Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, General

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Public, MIT Community, Students, Alumni



Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center (PKG Center)
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