A stakeholder analysis is a project management tool used to identify the project’s stakeholders, issues they care about and how they will be impacted by the project. Creating a stakeholder analysis will outline the essential people you need to communicate with about the progress and scope of the project, the topics you need to keep them informed about as the project progresses and how often you should speak to each stakeholder. In this article, we cover what is a stakeholder analysis, how to conduct one and why it’s important.
A basic guide to start to map your stakeholders
Article describing how to whittle your stakeholder list down to the crucial ones, and what criteria to use for this.
GRI and SASB have been working together to support companies that want to communicate with their various stakeholders using both the GRI Standards and SASB Standards. In this publication we highlight the ways in which companies are already using the two sets of standards together, demonstrate the complementary nature of the GRI and SASB Standards, and provide reporters with valuable insights from peer companies to support their sustainability reporting and disclosure journeys.