System Dynamics Glossary
What is the meaning of Stakeholder?
A stakeholder is a person involved in, or
affected by, the process of developing an organisational change or
strategic intervention, or the outcome of that intervention. Eden and
Ackermann (1998: 117-118) note that stakeholders need to be recognised
for being associated with interactions that are dynamic and possibly
unstable. Stakeholders are managed only as a means to pursuing
strategic ends. Stakeholders are not treated as having rights, only
as having power and interest.
Books Related to Stakeholder
Archie B. Carroll
and Ann K. Buchholtz, "Business and Society : Ethics and
Stakeholder Management (with InfoTrac)".
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Society : Ethics and Stakeholder Management (with InfoTrac)
Anne T. Lawrence,
James Weber, James E. Post, McGraw-Hill and Irwin, "Business and
Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy".
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and Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy
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