Keep stakeholders informed about any project milestones you announce and distribute progress reports, or feedback and feedback that you seek. This will help reduce confusion, improve participation, and allow for rapid resolution of issues. The first step is to identify your key stakeholders and identify their requirements and expectations. This can be accomplished through surveys, stakeholder meetings, participating conferences, watching conversations on social media, and more. The information you gather will allow you to decide how frequently to contact each group, what kind of information they require and what format they prefer to receive it in.
Meetings are a great way to share project information with the stakeholders and provide participants with an opportunity to discuss concerns and questions as well as ideas. It is important to schedule regular meetings, like monthly or bi-weekly and ensure that all participants are invited. A project website or portal may be used to communicate important documents and provide updates for all stakeholders.
It can be difficult to get all your stakeholders on the same page in a single meeting if you have a lot of. In such instances, a presentation can be the ideal method to keep all stakeholders informed. Videos can be recorded and then shared online so that they are easily accessible to all the stakeholders. This method is also useful for teams that are located in remote locations. Using a software for managing projects which allows you to categorize stakeholders by policy area (such as Quorum) can assist you in creating aimed posts for specific groups of stakeholders and send them the information they need to stay current.