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Stakeholder communications 

A key component of stakeholder buy-in to any change is engagement. Effectively communicating a cohesive and aligned message to all stakeholder groups is critical to the success of education reform initiatives. It involves understanding the needs of teachers, students, parents, ministry staff and other stakeholders and ensuring they have a clear understanding of the education reform plans, the process of implementation and the impact it has on them and the country. 

By using communication to address education stakeholder concerns and promote engagement, the able to: 

  • Better manage stakeholder expectations 
  • Analyse and address gaps in stakeholder understanding
  • Support change management and address stakeholder resistance  
  • Build trust and improve decision-making 
  • Reinforce reform messages and key objectives 
  • Builds champion of change across stakeholder groups 
  • Encourage collaboration and sharing of ideas 

But the biggest challenge is how to utilise the wide range of communication channels to effectively communicate and engage with multiple stakeholders. At Cambridge, we’re experienced at creating and implementing communication plans that help stakeholders to understand government efforts and drive the education reform vision.

Cambridge worked with the Ministry of Education in Oman to support the success of the launch of Maths and Science for Grades 1-4. We developed a communication plan to create and implement a digital campaign communicating the changes to the local stakeholders. The primary target audiences were teachers, parent and students. The main objective of the campaign was to effectively communicate the reform plans to key audience groups to encourage engagement and ensure a smooth adoption of the reforms.

Cambridge has also partnered with Kazakhstan to jointly publish two anthologies of Kazakh history, culture and art written by Kazakh authors. As part of this project, we developed and implemented a communications strategy for the anthologies to create awareness of the books internationally. We utilised multiple channels including website, newsletters, videos and social media activities.

We work closely with our clients to create engaging communication strategies. Get in touch to find out how we can support with communicating your reform plans.

 

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