DB 1 BMAL 560 - Harold Walker Liberty University Should a Manager of an Organization be considered a stakeholder A stakeholder in a company is defined

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Harold Walker Liberty University March 21, 2016 Should a Manager of an Organization be considered a stakeholder? A stakeholder in a company is defined as being any person, group or entity that is directly affected by the way in which the company decides to move forward in a business sense. If one were to look at this base definition it’s easy to see that manager is in fact a stakeholder due to the fact that his way of life changes if his affiliation with the business changes. Most would tend to agree with the assumption that employees are indeed stakeholders in an organization. Employees can be further quantified into being considered internal stakeholders. These stakeholders stand in contrast to external stakeholders in the fact that external stakeholders priorities and motivations can overlap with one another while the concerns of an internal stakeholder is the overall continued success of the business as a whole. That's not to say that internal motivations among stakeholders don't every differ but due to the fact the two
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