Identify a problem that will require an influenza exercise over a decision-making institution.
Define the goals of the strategy.
Describe the institutional setting that they will operate in.
Identify stakeholders- outline the target groups, supporters, allies or enemies.
Identify subgoals and priorities.
Outline the specific actions with regards to the strategy
Lobbying involves working to bring pressure to bear on policy makers to gain favorable policy outcomes. In order to accomplish their goals, interest groups develop a strategy or plan of action and execute it through specific tactics. There are various ways of lobbying: trying to influence policy-makers from the inside (working together with them on your issue), consultations, conferences, public meetings, lobbying in face-to-face meetings, and written or telephone communications.