Presentation on theme: "Stimulating Stakeholders and Enriching your Research Isabelle Read and Phil Glanfield, Ashridge."— Presentation transcript:
Stimulating Stakeholders and Enriching your Research Isabelle Read and Phil Glanfield, Ashridge
What is a Stakeholder? -Any group or individual who can affect or is affected by the achievement of the research objective.
The World of Your Research NHS Trust R&D Political Interests Media Regulators Patient Groups Boss Department University NIHR Suppliers Partners Collaborators Those who add cost or value to the delivery of your work Those interested in the social value or impact of your work My Research Local Communities CTUs
What are your forms of communication with stakeholders? Telephone Conferences Telephone Conferences Text Webinars Meeting Research papers Business case paper Twitter Linked in Blogging Leaflets Newspapers Radio Other ways?
Twitter for the Conference #tmNIHR12 This will also be used in a breakout session tomorrow (Social Media: Richard Stokoe)
In small groups of 6 Task: Engaging a neglected or unresponsive stakeholder in your research 1.Find out who is in the group 2.Survey the group and identify neglected or unresponsive stakeholders in your research 3.Quickly pick a specific neglected/unresponsive stakeholder for one persons research i.e., not just the public 4.What response are you seeking from this stakeholder? 5.Group produces a concise, powerful, provocative statement or question that is likely to elicit the response you are seeking from this stakeholder. Think about what might enhance it visually. l
Task continued … 6.On your board: The research Name and of researcher Stakeholder group I want to connect with The response I want to elicit The concise, powerful, provocative statement or question 7.Split and swap: Two people take your notice board to the neighbouring group for immediate feedback, be curious and report back 8.Work up a second move or a move in response to the feedback, swap again if time allows
A Stakeholder map is a web… Stakeholders relate to each other… …so keep the message consistent …talk to the right people in the right order …stakeholders are individuals