Stakeholders


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Stakeholders

All parties that have an interest, financial or otherwise, in a firm-stockholders, creditors, bondholders, employees, customers, management, the community, and the government.

Stakeholders

All persons and institutions that have an interest in seeing a venture or company succeed. Stakeholders include shareholders, management, employees, the larger community, and even the government. While stakeholders may not have a direct financial holding in the company, they would still stand to benefit if the venture or company succeeds. For example, the local government may wish to see a company succeed because it provides tax revenue, even though the local government does not directly own any part of the company.
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The limits to generous treatment of stakeholders. Business Horizons, 56(3), 313-322.
Managing for stakeholders, stakeholder utility functions, and competitive advantage.
Based on port stakeholders' conservative estimate, AISL has already collected since 1995 about P396 million from stakeholders from the Ports of Manila and the Manila International Container Port.
With these doubts continuously raised by port stakeholders on the personality and authority of AISL to implement this practice, it is high time for our concerned government agencies to look into this matter and live up to the mantra of this administration to root out corruption and abuses.
The main purpose of this department underscores the proactive stakeholder principles of internal stakeholder engagement and valuing internal stakeholders and their views.
This list in not conclusive and you will need to conduct a Stakeholder Analysis.
We distinguish between four reasons why stakeholders can be considered adversely affected by decisions: (i) stakeholders experience a health loss as a direct result of a priority setting decision (the health loss reason); (ii) stakeholders experience a health loss as an indirect result of a priority decision, which is the case when a newly approved health intervention displaces their personally needed intervention (the indirect health loss reason); (iii) stakeholders need to communicate decisions which may adversely affect the patient-clinician relationship (the communication reason) (19); (iv) stakeholders are responsible for implementing a decision they strongly disagree with (the integrity reason).
In the light of these developments, CIPDIB wishes to acknowledge the efforts of all stakeholders, industry players and the media in helping resolve this critical issue of national concern.
The DCEC director general, Brigadier Joseph Mathambo made the plea during a stakeholder engagement meeting in Francistown recently.
Every class of stakeholders has its own particular interests as enumerated below:
She further explained that 'The training will also improve stakeholders' techniques to advocate for budget provision, tracking releases and implementation of the funds.''
The purpose of the meetings was to engage stakeholders at district and chiefdom level in KakoyaVillageWaraWaraBafodia inKoinadugu District, Koima Lei Chiefdom in Kono district and in KasawiFakunya Chiefdom in MoyambaDistricton the recent discovery of the deadly Marburg Virus.