Stakeholder analysis back of the envelope

Stakeholder analysis back of the envelope - the reciprocal...

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Stakeholder Analysis Back of the envelope Professor Doug Cerf Bren School of Environmental Science and Management Environmental Risk Management 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
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Unformatted text preview: 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. Identify the two most important issues to the firm regarding this stakeholder. If appropriate state the issues as questions. 6. Briefly describe a strategy recommendation for the firm to deal with each stakeholder that you identify...
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 286 taught by Professor Cerf during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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