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STAKEHOLDER_1 - TOOL FOR SCANNING AND ENGAGING DECISION...

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Murray Silverman SFSU TO WHOM IS A BUSINESS RESPONSIBLE?
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Murray Silverman SFSU STOCKHOLDERS CUSTOMERS EMPLOYEES GOVERNMENT COMMUNITY INTEREST GROUPS PLANTS, ANIMALS AND ECOSYSTEMS FUTURE GENERATIONS STAKEHOLDERS
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Murray Silverman SFSU WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND A FIRM’S STAKEHOLDERS?
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Murray Silverman SFSU WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND A FIRM’S STAKEHOLDERS? ETHICAL REASONS THREATS OPPORTUNITIES
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Murray Silverman SFSU WILL A STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE INCREASE SHAREHOLDER VALUE? Ethical/Moral Threats Opportunities Reputation/ Loyalty Shareholder Value
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Murray Silverman SFSU STOCKHOLDER MODEL vs. STAKEHOLDER MODEL A stockholder focus does not force decision makers to fully consider all value dimensions.
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Murray Silverman SFSU STAKEHOLDER MODEL USES
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Unformatted text preview: TOOL FOR SCANNING AND ENGAGING DECISION TOOL Murray Silverman SFSU STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS STEPS: DECISION TOOL 1. Identify key stakeholders (associated with the decision being analyzed). 2. Assess each stakeholders interests (what do they have at stake?). 3. Assess the power/influence of each stakeholder in relation to that decision. Murray Silverman SFSU WHY MIGHT TWO FIRMS FACING THE SAME STAKEHOLDER PRESSURES REACT DIFFERENTLY? Murray Silverman SFSU DECISION TO BE MADE STAKEHOLDERS Financial and strategic considerations Organizations Ethics and Values stockholders customers employees community government interest groups plants,animals and ecosystems future generations...
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course BUS 682 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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STAKEHOLDER_1 - TOOL FOR SCANNING AND ENGAGING DECISION...

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