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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.

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Archie B. Carroll and Ann K. Buchholtz, "Business and Society : Ethics and Stakeholder Management (with InfoTrac)".
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Anne T. Lawrence, James Weber, James E. Post, McGraw-Hill and Irwin, "Business and Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy".
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