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Engaging with stakeholders : A relational perspective on responsible business

Author: Adam Lindgreen
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2019
Series: A gower book
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Engaging with Stakeholders: A Relational Perspective on Responsible Business contends that meaningful and constructive stakeholder engagement efforts should be rooted in a deep relational process of shared understanding, expectations, and viewpoints, through honest, continued dialogue between stakeholders and company management. This anthology follows and reaffirms this view, which also establishes the increasing  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adam Lindgreen
ISBN: 9781138325579 1138325570 9780429450341 0429450346
OCLC Number: 1096260957
Description: 370 s.
Contents: List of figures; List of tables; About the editors; About the contributors; Foreword and acknowledgment; Part 1: Delineating the nature and multiple raisons d'etre of stakeholder engagement; 1.1: Integrative stakeholder engagement: a review and synthesis of economic, critical, and politico-ethical perspectives, Pasi Heikkurinen and Jukka Makinen; 1.2: Moral agency and stakeholder engagement, Alan E. Singer; 1.3: Stakeholder engagement to secure legitimacy --
the social license to operate, Anna Katharina Provasnek and Erwin Schmid; 1.4: Measuring and enhancing relational capabilities: in defense of a relational view of the firm, Cecile Ezvan, Helene L'Huillier, and Cecile Renouard; Part 2: Dialogical and communicational foundations of stakeholder engagement; 2.1: Communicatively constituted stakeholders: advancing a communication perspective in stakeholder relations, Chiara Valentini; 2.2: Stakeholder engagement: the importance of mutuality and dialogue, Peggy Simcic Bronn; 2.3: How to deal with diverse voices: a framework to support stakeholder engagement, Ozen Asik-Dizdar, Ceyda Maden-Eyiusta and Ayla Esen; 2.4: Enhanced stakeholder engagement and CSR through the UN Guiding Principles, social media pressure, and corporate accountability, Jeffrey S. Overall, Nelarine Cornelius, and James Wallace; 2.5: Managing corporate social responsibility stakeholders in the age of social media, Scott Banghart and Cynthia Stohl; Part 3: Engaging with diverse stakeholders throughout the value chain; 3.1: Engaging stakeholders in corporate volunteering: towards a relational framework, Trine Susanne Johansen and Anne Ellerup Nielsen; 3.2: An efficiency-based relational approach to human capital governance, Kaouthar Lajili; 3.3: The semantic state of s̀hareholder engagement', Alexander Bassen, Christine Zoellner and Chris Rushton; 3.4: Stakeholder engagement in marketing, Samantha Miles and Kate Ringham; 3.5: "You're responsible, I'm liable": stakeholder relations in the face of responsibility, Anne F. Barraquier; 3.6: Cooperative relations for e-waste management, Ivan A. Bozhikin and Nikolay A. Dentchev; 3.7: Aligning footprint mitigation activities with relevant stakeholders, Loren Falkenberg, Xiaoyu Liu, Liena Kano and Reiner Schaefer; 3.8: The Manchester Super Casino: experience and learning in a cross-sector social partnership, Jon Reast, Adam Lindgreen, Joelle Vanhamme, and Francois Maon; Part 4: Reaping organizational returns and relational rewards of stakeholder engagement efforts; 4.1: On value destruction, competitive disadvantages and squandered opportunities to engage stakeholders, Frederick Ahen; 4.2: Does relational management matter?: the cases of Vietnamese and South African SMEs in the textiles, garment and footwear sector, Soren Jeppesen and Angie Ngoc Tran; 4.3: Blurred lines: stakeholder tensions and balancing strategies in partial organizations, Sarah Netter and Esben Rahbek Gjerdrum Pedersen; 4.4: CSR-institutions: the management of SME stakeholder relations via institutional CSR-practice?, Pia Popal; 4.5: Neither fortune nor mirage at the bottom of the pyramid: corporate social innovations as learning opportunities, Bertrand Moingeon and Laurence Lehmann-Ortega; Index
Series Title: A gower book

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Engaging with Stakeholders: A Relational Perspective on Responsible Business contends that meaningful and constructive stakeholder engagement efforts should be rooted in a deep relational process of shared understanding, expectations, and viewpoints, through honest, continued dialogue between stakeholders and company management. This anthology follows and reaffirms this view, which also establishes the increasing need to explore the subtleties of how companies can respectfully engage their stakeholders in ways that reflect the corporate strategy and contribute to the ongoing development of business activities and creation of value, for themselves and stakeholders, from social, environmental, and economic perspectives. Stakeholder engagement practices, however, remain highly complex and difficult to manage; their ability to generate value in an inclusive way requires critical consideration. Sound stakeholder engagement efforts also constitute a keystone for responsible business activities. Drawing on a wide range of literature and studies, this book addresses key dimensions of stakeholder engagement, through a responsible business lens, and thereby contributes to identifying the opportunities, challenges, and key organizational implications associated with their unfolding. The four main topics covered are: * Delineating the nature and multiple raisons d'etre of stakeholder engagement * Dialogical and communicational foundations of stakeholder engagement * Engaging with diverse stakeholders throughout the value chain * Reaping organizational returns and relational rewards of stakeholder engagement efforts.

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