What are Stakeholder Dialogues?
Stakeholder Dialogues are a methodology for designing and implementing consultation and cooperation in complex change processes that require different interest groups to be included and integrated.
Stakeholder Dialogues always happen for a purpose: They aim at achieving a common goal, solve a problem and/or find innovative solutions that could not be dealt with by one actor alone. Ideally, Stakeholder Dialogues lead to a practical outcome that could not have been achieved otherwise and that can more easily be implemented...
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