Keep stakeholders informed about any project milestones you announce or provide progress updates or feedback and feedback that you seek. This will help reduce confusion, increase engagement, and facilitate rapid resolution of issues. The first step is to identify your stakeholders and establish their individual needs and expectation. This can be accomplished by surveys, stakeholder meetings participants in conference calls, monitoring conversations on social media, and so on. This information will allow you to decide on how often to contact each group, what kind of information they require and in what format they prefer to receive it in.
Meetings are a useful method of sharing project information with the stakeholders and provide the opportunity to discuss concerns and questions as well as ideas. It is crucial to schedule regular meetings, like bi-weekly or monthly and make sure that all participants are invited. A website or portal can be used to share important documents and to provide updates for those involved.
If you’re dealing with a large number of stakeholders, it may be difficult to interact with them all individually. In such cases, a presentation is a great way to keep people informed. Videos can be easily recorded and uploaded to the internet, so everyone has access to them. This method of communication can be useful for teams operating from remote locations. You can create targeted posts for specific groups and send them the necessary information by using an application for managing projects that allows you tag individuals according to policy areas (such as Quorum).