Conclusion Managers are stakeholders Moreover it is in their best interest and

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Conclusion Managers are stakeholders. Moreover, it is in their best interest, and in the best interest of all stakeholders, that managers recognize this. This is in step normative stakeholder theory. More importantly, it is in alignment with a Biblical worldview, the concept of covenant relationship, and mutual accountability (Liberty University, 2016). 4
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