Stakeholder Engagement Strategies

Stakeholder Engagement Strategies
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It is paramount to have the input of various stakeholders while developing evaluation
questions. Most importantly, it is equally wise to devise strategies of how these stakeholders will
be engaged in developing evaluation questions. For this exercise, two stakeholder-engagement
strategies will be used, i.e., one-on-one meetings and surveys.
One-on-one Meetings
One-on-one meetings will be employed to engage the organizational leadership, i.e., the
executive and advisory boards, donors, experts, and consultants. Due to the nature of their
availability, i.e., they are not always available simultaneously, it is only prudent to organize a
meeting when a stakeholder in these categories are accessible. Experts and consultants may also
have varying perspectives thus making one-on-one sessions the most appropriate method of
engagement. One-on-one meetings also give this group of stakeholders a sense of importance in
the exercise. This strategy allows for proper engagement with them as they are already
accustomed to a feeling of importance that is synonymous with their roles in the organization.
Surveys are to be used on the program beneficiaries, i.e. participants and the program
evaluators. Surveys will come in handy if the participants are not contained in a single location
but are dispersed over a geographical area. Due to the large number of participants engaging in
the exercise, it will also be advisable to use surveys. The use of surveys will not only reduce the
time spent on one participant but will also reduce the budget. Surveys are sometimes well-suited
for limited budgets and thus using this particular strategy will significantly reduce the operating
cost. Additionally, surveys allow for the collection of the various perspectives that each
participant may harbor. The program evaluators, i.e., researchers and evaluators may not always
be disposed to engage with as they may be held up in other activities. Surveys can be used in the
event when there is limited availability of the stakeholder.
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Stakeholders that will partake in this exercise include: organizational leadership i.e. executive
and advisory boards, program beneficiaries i.e. participants, programs evaluators i.e. researchers
and evaluators, contributors i.e. donors and experts i.e. consultants. Kindly use these stakeholder
to fill in the Worksheet #2

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