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Strategic Stakeholder Engagement.

Author: Chris Anastasi
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"New Government policy and regulation affect the environments in which organisations operate, bringing both risks that need to be mitigated and potential opportunities to exploit. A key question is whether organisations are engaging with decision-makers and other key actors as effectively as they could. Are they managing to influence the policy and regulatory regime that shapes the markets in which they operate?  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Anastasi
ISBN: 9781315101453 1315101459 9781351589116 1351589113 9781351589093 1351589091 9781138106642 113810664X
OCLC Number: 1019620784
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of illustrations; List of case studies; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Selected acronyms; 1 Setting the scene for strategic stakeholder engagement; 1.1 An influential case study; 1.1.1 Poor decision-making in a changing market; 1.1.2 Missed opportunities by British Energy and the Government; 1.1.3 Causes of failure and what might have been; 1.2 The importance of strategic stakeholder engagement; 1.2.1 Expert Panel views; 1.3 Key questions for an organisation; 2 Decision-makers; 2.1 Stakeholder spectrum; 2.2 Political institutions. 2.2.1 Westminster Parliament in the UK2.2.2 Devolved Administrations; 2.3 Parliamentary Committees; 2.3.1 Westminster; 2.3.2 Devolved Administrations; 2.4 Local Government; 2.5 European Union political institutions; 2.5.1 UK decision to leave the EU (Brexit); 3 Key influencers; 3.1 Key influencers on Government and Parliament; 3.1.1 Civil Service in the UK; 3.1.2 Civil Service support for the Devolved Administrations; 3.2 Influential independent Non-Departmental Public Bodies; 3.3 European Institutions supporting the political process; 3.4 Influential third parties. 4 Stakeholder engagement processes4.1 Understanding engagement processes; 4.2 Formal processes; 4.2.1 Consultations and Inquiries; 4.2.2 Legislation; 4.2.3 Using Parliamentary Questions and the Freedom of Information Act; 4.2.4 Recourse to the Judicial Review and law courts; 4.2.5 Royal Commissions for ad hoc Inquiries; 4.2.6 Task forces and Missions; 4.2.7 Exiting the European Union; 4.3 Informal processes; 4.3.1 Informal engagement opportunities; 4.3.2 Trade Association activities; 4.3.3 Specialist forums; 5 Organising for stakeholder engagement. 5.1 Context for an organisation's stakeholder engagement5.1.1 Defining the activity space for an organisation; 5.1.2 Licence to operate; 5.1.3 Ethical considerations associated with lobbying; 5.2 Developing an engagement programme; 5.2.1 Getting organised internally; 5.2.2 The importance of leadership; 5.2.3 A professional Government Affairs, Policy and Regulation team; 5.2.4 Drawing on all the organisation's capabilities; 5.2.5 The role of internal experts; 5.3 Developing the internal infrastructure; 5.3.1 Resources fit for purpose. 5.3.2 Developing and applying a stakeholder management 'tool'5.3.3 Carrying out a political risk analysis; 5.3.4 The importance of a Risk Register; 5.3.5 A Briefings Booklet for executives; 5.3.6 Regular highlights and briefings for the CEO and the executive team; 5.4 Developing a 'story' and engagement strategy; 5.5 Building alliances and setting independent advice; 5.5. 1 The importance of independent advice; 6 Delivering the stakeholder engagement strategy; 6.1 The importance of formal and informal processes; 6.2 Submissions to Consultations, Inquiries and Reviews.

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"New Government policy and regulation affect the environments in which organisations operate, bringing both risks that need to be mitigated and potential opportunities to exploit. A key question is whether organisations are engaging with decision-makers and other key actors as effectively as they could. Are they managing to influence the policy and regulatory regime that shapes the markets in which they operate? Even more fundamentally, do they know who they should be interacting with or understand the formal and informal processes whereby they can present their concerns, views and ideas? Strategic Stakeholder Engagement addresses these important questions. The content of this book is wide-ranging, presenting much useful information, ideas and approaches, and provides concrete examples to demonstrate important aspects of strategic stakeholder engagement. The approach needed to deliver an effective programme and the role of internal stakeholders are discussed in detail. Many of the ideas and approaches presented in this book are drawn from experience in the energy sector, but their consideration leads to generic lessons that can be applied more widely across different sectors and stakeholders, and in different countries. This book is a standard reference book for the area, one that will challenge existing practices and stimulate new innovative activity, and is essential reading for public affairs practitioners."--Provided by publisher.

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