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Strategy & OrganisationVolkswagen Case1. Perform a stakeholder analysis of VW’s emission scandal. In your analysis 1) list VW’s stakeholders, 2) explain how their relationship with VW is governed, and 3) identify what the consequences of the emission scandal was for these stakeholders. Stakeholders are the individuals and groups who can affect the firm’s vision and mission, are affected by the strategic outcomes achieved, and have enforceable claims on the firm’s performance. Volkswagen scandal has led to a devastating series of critical consequences to its direct and indirect stakeholders. The most important stakeholders are; Costumers, Employees (existing and potential), Dealers, Shareholders, the environment and Executives and Management. The long-time stakeholders quickly disappeared and all shareholders were damaged in different ways by the VW scandal. The costumers, who were left embarrassed and angry after the VW scandal, they owned less environmental cars and were in uncertainty about the recall and the costs. VW employees were also left embarrassed and some managers and engineers had to deal with investigations.Shareholders were left with probably unrecoverable losses and had to deal with multiple lawsuits, in different countries.
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