Stakeholder relationships

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  • The ability to recognize and deal with complex business ethics issues has become a significant priority in twenty-first-century companies. In recent years, a number of well-publicized scandals resulted in public outrage about deception and fraud in business and a demand for improved business ethics and greater corporate responsibility.

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  • Over the past decade, many news stories have brought to the attention of the public numerous social and ethical issues that have framed the business/society relationship. Because the news media have a flair for the dramatic, it is not surprising that the reporting of these issues has been characterized by criticisms of various actions, decisions, and behaviors on the part of business management.

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  • This document contains 10 units organised as in-service training (INSET) sessions, each of which can be used singly or as part of a continuing programme of work. Although the document is arranged in a logical sequence, it is not necessary to use the units in order. Each is designed to be free-standing and could be used alone to meet a particular need identified by teachers. Units summarise current thinking on the most effective ways to teach and to achieve progression in writing, using available research and resources to provide a comprehensive one-stop shop for teachers in Wales.

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  • During Subaru’s 14-year history with the gay and lesbian communities, the company has cultivated an unwavering, authentic relationship with key external stakeholders. While Ford Motor Company has also partnered with the gay and lesbian communities for over a decade, its track record is troubled. Ford was entangled in a 2005-06 battle over gay advertising with two opposing stakeholders: the conservative American Family Association (AFA) and numerous gay organizations.

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  • The unplanned crossbreeding had also threatened the genetic resources base of the country. Although efforts were made at developing breeding program for various livestock species in the country, all did not materialize due to lack of commitment of and consultation with various stakeholders. There is, therefore, a pressing need to develop a breeding strategy that addresses various livestock species and the diverse agro-ecologies that exist in the country.

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  • The role of the board of directors therefore becomes crucial in balancing the interests of shareholders and other stakeholders (eg., creditors and depositors). Consequently, bank regulators place additional responsibilities on bank boards that often result in detailed regulations regarding their decision-making practices and strategic aims. These additional regulatory responsibilities for management have led some experts to observe that banking regulation is a substitute for corporate governance.

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  • In this context, it is important to stress that auditors have an important role to play and are entrusted by law to conduct statutory audits. This entrustment responds to the fulfilment of a societal role in offering an opinion on the truth and fairness of the financial statements of audited entities. The independence of auditors should thus be the bedrock of the audit environment. It is time to probe into the true fulfilment of this societal mandate. Certain stakeholders have expressed concerns2,3,4 with regard to the relevance of audits in today's business environment.

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  • The simple linear population term is insignificant, however. In column II we investigate whether this is due to a non-linear effect of population size. The results suggest that this is indeed the case as both the linear and the squared population terms are statistically significant. This indicates that emissions experience a U-shaped relationship with population. Differentiating our estimated equation with respect to population and setting this equal to zero allows us to identify the turning point level of population: The estimated turning point is at around 5.4 million people.

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  • Chapter 4: Human Resources Management. H uman resources management is required to make the most efficient use of the project human resources. This includes all of the people involved in the project—the stakeholders, sponsors, customers, other departments, the project team, subcontractors, and all others. Organizational planning involves the organizing of the human resources. These are the roles, responsibilities, and relationships of the people that are on the project team. As in all things in project management, human resources management takes place throughout the project.

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  • What is marketing? Marketing is an organizational function and a set of processes for creating, communicating, and delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways that benefit the organization and its stakeholders. The process through which VALUE is exchanged.

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  • Chapter 1: Scope Management. Without a doubt, the most common reason that projects fail is because of poor scope definition. By that I mean that the expectations of the stakeholders, and especially the client or sponsor, are different than the expectations of the project team. This is a most difficult problem, but it is critical to the success of the project that it is overcome. There are many reasons why a project fails, and understanding them will give us insights to how to avoid them. The relationship between the project team and the customer has to reverse itself at the time of...

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  • Describe the software crisis and how the often dismal track record for information technology (IT) projects provides a motivation for changing how we view and manage IT projects.Explain the socio­technical, project management and knowledge management approaches that support ITPM. Define what an IT project is and describe its attributes. Define the discipline called project management. Describe the role and impact IT projects have on an organization. Identify the different roles and interests of project stakeholders.

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  • Marketing network. A web of connections among a company and its supporting stakeholders—customers, employees, suppliers, distributors, and others—with whom it has built profitable business relationships. Today, companies that have the best marketing networks also have a major competitive edge.

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  • Media relations: gaining editorial coverage Issues and risk management Crisis management CEO reputation management Change management Internal communications Corporate identity and image management Managing stakeholder conflicts: NGOs and managing activists Corporate social responsibility Publications of Annual Reports: corporate reporting Corporation reputation management Financial and investor relations Managing shareholder expectationsExhibition and event management Brand building Promoting professional services and business to business services Managing sponsorship Managing relationship ...

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  • Many of you reading this book are about to embark on the journey of implementing customer relationship management (CRM) software within your organization; some of you are completely new to CRM, while others have been through a CRM implementation with varied success. This book was written to provide business leaders and stakeholders with a practical playbook that spells out an approach for a successful CRM project and program.

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  • What is Marketing? Marketing has been defined by the AMA as an organizational function and a set of processes for creating, communicating and delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways that benefit the organization and its stakeholders.

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