Star Kist tuna Introduction

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Star Kist Tuna Case Introduction Professor Doug Cerf Donald Bren Graduate School of Environmental Science and Management Environmental Risk Management (ESM 286) Winter 2008
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Printed on recycled paper-actually better, not printed at all Back of the envelope Stakeholder analysis 1. A description of the stakeholder including the names of the groups/people that makes up that stakeholder. 2. Determine on a scale of one (weak) to five (strong) the relative strength of the stakeholder (ie: in other words how much influence does the stakeholder have over the firm ). Justify your ranking. 3. Determine on a scale of one (weak) to five (strong) the relative strength of the reciprocal relationship between the firm and the stakeholder (ie: in other words how much influence does the firm have over the stakeholder ). Justify your ranking. 4. Determine on a scale of one (adversarial) to five (cooperative) the nature of the relationship between the stakeholder and the firm. Justify your ranking. 5.
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