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Shareholders are not the only people that drive the success of businesses. Stakeholders can also affect and be affected by businesses. You as an employee or a consumer might have a stake in a company. However, society as a whole also has stakes in businesses. Suppliers have a stake in a company because they want to provide the goods the business needs. Governments have a stake, as they rely on businesses for tax revenue.
These flashcards will help you understand different types of stakeholders and their impact on the success of a business. These stakeholders include any person, organization, social group, or society as a whole that has a stake in the business.
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Back To CourseIntroduction to Management: Help and Review
21 chapters | 312 lessons | 2 flashcard sets
- Organizational Design and Structure 7:43
- Organizing as a Function of Management 6:26
- Mechanistic & Organic Organizational Business Structures 7:03
- Work Specialization in Organizations 5:10
- Authority in Centralized & Decentralized Organizations 4:59
- Types of Traditional Organizational Designs: Simple, Functional & Divisional Designs 7:46
- Types of Contemporary Organizational Designs: Matrix, Team & Network Designs 8:41
- Characteristics of Informal Organizations: The Grapevine & Informal Groups 5:52
- Organizational Divisional Structure: Advantages, Disadvantages & Example 5:31
- What Is a Stakeholder in Business? - Definition & Examples 4:51
- Business Stakeholder List & Flashcards
- Organic Organizational Structure: Definition & Examples 5:52
- Organizational Success: Factors & Definition 3:47
- Waterfall Model: Definition & Example 6:08
- Waterfall Model: Methodology & Phases
- Waterfall Model: Advantages & Disadvantages 6:45
- Project Integration Management: Definition, Processes & Example 8:10
- Project Procurement Management: Importance & Examples 4:21
- Go to Organizing in Business Management: Help and Review