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Unfolding stakeholder thinking. [Vol. 1], Theory, responsibility and engagement

Author: Jörg Andriof
Publisher: Sheffield : Greenleaf, 2002.
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Today's successful companies are those that recognize that they have responsibilities to stakeholders that go beyond mere compliance with the law or meeting the fiduciary responsibility inherent in  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jörg Andriof
ISBN: 1874719527 9781874719526
OCLC Number: 155835261
Description: 320 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: ForewordR. Edward FreemanIntroductionSandra Sutherland Rahman, Framingham State College, USA, Sandra Waddock, Boston College, Carroll School of Management, USA, Joerg Andriof, KPMG, Germany; Warwick Business School, UK, and Bryan Husted, ITESM/Instituto De Empresa, MexicoPart I: Thinking about stakeholder theory1. Unfolding stakeholder engagementJoerg Andriof, KPMG, Germany; Warwick Business School, UK, and Sandra Waddock, Boston College, Carroll School of Management, USA 2. Stakeholder thinking: beyond paradox to practicalityKenneth E. Goodpaster, T. Dean Maines and Michelle D. Rovang, University of St Thomas, USA3. Value maximisation, stakeholder theory and the corporate objective functionMichael C. Jensen, The Monitor Group and Harvard Business School, USA4. Jensen's approach to stakeholder theoryDuane Windsor, Rice University, USA5. Reintroducing stakeholder dynamics in stakeholder thinking: a negotiated-order perspectiveSuzanne Beaulieu, Universite de Sherbrooke, Canada, and Jean Pasquero, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, CanadaPart II: Stakeholder reponsibility and engagement6. Towards a managerial practice of stakeholder engagement: developing multi-stakeholder learning dialoguesStephen L. Payne, Georgia College and State University, USA, and Jerry M. Calton, University of Hawaii-Hilo, USA7. Stakeholder responsibilities: lessons for managersDuane Windsor, Rice University, USA8. The Carris Companies: making 100% employee governance the practice. Shifting stakeholder and citizen rights and responsibilities to the employeesCecile G. Betit, independent researcher, USA9. The drivers of stakeholder engagement: reflections on the case of Royal Dutch/ShellAnne T. Lawrence, San Jose State University, USA10. Stakeholder and corporate responsibilities in cross-sectoral environmental collaborations: building value, legitimacy and trustDennis A. Rondinelli and Ted London, Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina, USA11. Two-way responsibility: the role of industry and its stakeholders in working towards sustainable developmentGretchen E. Hund and Jill A. Engel-Cox, Battelle Memorial Institute, USA, Kimberly M. Fowler, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA, and Howard Klee, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Switzerland12. Who cares? Community perceptions in the marketing of corporate citizenshipDebra King and Alison Mackinnon, Hawke Institute of Social Research, University of South Australia13. Citizen advocacy groups: corporate friend or foe?Tamara J. Bliss, Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College, USA14. Public-interest groups as stakeholders: a "stakeholder salience" explanation of activismJames E. Mattingly and Daniel W. Greening, University of Missouri, USA
Responsibility: editors, Jörg Andriof [and others] ; with a foreword by R. Edward Freeman.


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