A 4-steps to map and act
Choose the topic of your project: green sport, bid for a sport event, social inclusion of refugees, elite sport strategy, etc.
Identify your relevant stakeholders (Political actors, Athletes, Member Organisations, Board members, NGOs, Sponsors, Media...). Guiding questions will help you identify the relevant stakeholders.
Visualise automatically on a grid the power and the ability to influence of each stakeholders in your ecosystem. This interactive map helps you see the stakeholders alignement with your views and your options.
Get your personalised action plan. This can serve as a basis for discussion and decision with your team on how to approach and influence stakeholders.
Answer a few questions to identify your relevant stakeholders
POWER – How much power does the stakeholder have on the topic?
INFLUENCE – How much influence does the stakeholder have on the topic?
ALIGNMENT – How likely is it that the stakeholder agrees with you on this topic?
INTEREST – Is the stakeholder interested in the topic?
Map your stakeholders to leverage your network more effectively.
Get your stakeholder map and a customised action plan to develop and modernise your strategic management.
This stakeholder mapping tool allows you to identify who has the highest level influence in your sport’s ecosystem.
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Get your Personalised Roadmap
Get your personalised roadmap that allows you to improve your strategic governance and influence.
You can download your report in pdf and share it with your colleagues.
The synthesis allows you to determine strengths and weaknesses in the current implementation of your strategic governance and impact.
This interactive tool is free.
Your data will be treated in full confidentialty and GDPR compliance.
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How the Stakeholder Mapping tool was created
by the RINGS EU-funded project
Road towards Innovative governance of NOCs and Grassroots Sport organisations
The RINGS project aims to develop and modernise strategic management of National Olympic Committees (NOC) in Europe. The tools and outputs developed in the project will equip and support the NOCs in their daily operational management and thus improve their governance.
The project ran from January 2020 to December 2022.
The RINGS project is co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Sport Programme, and gathers an important consortium with 13 organisations including 11 NOCs (Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Slovakia and Turkey) and the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, as well as the EOC EU Office as project leader.