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  • RELATIONAL WELL-BEING AND WEALTH: MÄ€ORI BUSINESSES AND AN ETHIC OF CARE.
    SPILLER, CHELLIE (NGĀTI KAHUNGUNU); ERAKOVIC, LJILJANA; HENARE, MANUKA (NGA PUHI); PIO, EDWINA // Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings; 2010, p1 

    The article encourages business to care about creating wealth through a holistic approach that encompasses spiritual, cultural, social, environmental and economic aspects. Suggestions are presented on how businesses that seek to demonstrate stewardship and sustainability can learn and benefit...

  • Linking Social Issues to Organizational Impact: The Role of Infomediaries and the Infomediary Process.
    Deephouse, David; Heugens, Pursey // Journal of Business Ethics; Jun2009, Vol. 86 Issue 4, p541 

    When do organizations decide to ‘adopt’ a given social issue such that they come to acknowledge it in their patterns of action and communication? Traditional answers to this question have focused either on the characteristics of the issue itself, or on the traits of the focal...

  • Contrasting the Behavioural Business Ethics Approach and the Institutional Economic Approach to Business Ethics: Insights From the Study of Quaker Employers.
    Wagner-Tsukamoto, Sigmund // Journal of Business Ethics; Nov2008, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p835 

    The article suggests that in a modern context, where value pluralism is a prevailing and possibly, even ethically desirable interaction condition, institutional economics provides a more viable business ethics than behavioural business ethics, such as Kantianism or religious ethics. The article...

  • Towards a Performance Measurement Framework for Community Development Finance Institutions in the UK.
    Kneiding, Christoph; Tracey, Paul // Journal of Business Ethics; May2009, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p327 

    Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs) are publicly funded organisations that provide small loans to people in financially underserved areas of the UK. Policy makers have repeatedly sought to understand and measure the performance of CDFIs to ensure the efficient use of public funds,...

  • An Optimally Viable Version of Stakeholder Theory.
    Kaler, J. // Journal of Business Ethics; May2009, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p297 

    This article is the final one in a series of four papers investigating the stakeholder approach to running businesses. It argues that the optimally viable version of that approach is one in which employees have a co-equal status as stakeholders with shareholders (the maximum allowed for under...

  • Making things happen: the role of communication in strategic management: A case study on the banking industry.
    GARCÍA, ELENA GUTIÉRREZ; GARRAZA, TERESA SÁDABA // Comunicación y Sociedad; dic2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p179 

    Financial institutions are the protagonists of the ongoing economic crisis. Recent financial scandals and dubious management have emerged while an intense debate on the responsibility of business has risen. In academia, the stakeholder management school has earned acceptance; and one question...

  • A Dialectic Model of Development of Stakeholders' Theory and Corporate Governance: from Hume Utilitarianism to Aristotelian Virtue Ethics.
    Ghayour B., S. Morteza; Doaei, Meysam // International Journal of Financial Research; Apr2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p96 

    Nowadays, developing the opinion of anti-corporation has formed a large part of biases and social judgments of the management science. Among these, because of performance of some companies and managers, the attention to the ethical issues in the field of theorizing and management practices has...

  • An Investigation on the Stakeholders of Construction Projects in Dubai and Adjacent Regions.
    Malkat, Mohamad; Byung-GYOO, Kang // International Proceedings of Economics Development & Research; 2012, Vol. 45, p77 

    Construction stakeholder management is a relatively new concept in Dubai and adjacent regions with a scarcity of research addressing the subject. This paper underpins the construction professionals' existing stakeholder management knowledge by outlining the influence sphere of project...

  • Open for Business or Opening Pandora's Box? A Constructive Critique of Corporate Engagement in Water Policy: An Introduction.
    Hepworth, Nick // Water Alternatives; Oct2012, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p543 

    The corporate world is waking to the realisation that improved water management is fundamental for future prosperity and human well-being. This special issue explores aspects of its response: from the application of an array of analytical tools such as water footprint accounting, risk filters...

  • A Review of Bayesian Networks as a Participatory Modeling Approach in Support of Sustainable Environmental Management.
    Düspohl, Meike; Frank, Sina; Döll, Petra // Journal of Sustainable Development; Dec2012, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p1 

    To support sustainable environmental management, uncertain knowledge about complex human-environment-systems from both inside and outside of academia needs to be integrated. Bayesian Network (BN) modeling is a promising method to achieve this, in particular if done in a participatory manner....

  • A Case Study of Siemens' Violation of Business Ethics in Argentine Based On Stakeholder Theory.
    Zhu Wenzhong; Fu Limin // Global Journal of Management & Business Research; Jul2012, Vol. 12 Issue 13, p75 

    Hand in hand with prosper of International business brought by globalization, many ethical problems have been surfacing in the past decades: bribery, corruption, human rights issues, etc. Business ethics, as an academic discipline as well as a business practice, is becoming the focal point of...

  • Stakeholder Theory, Value, and Firm Performance.
    Harrison, Jeffrey S.; Wicks, Andrew C. // Business Ethics Quarterly; Jan2013, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p97 

    This paper argues that the notion of value has been overly simplified and narrowed to focus on economic returns. Stakeholder theory provides an appropriate lens for considering a more complex perspective of the value that stakeholders seek as well as new ways to measure it. We develop a...

  • The Relationship between Firms' Characteristics in the Periods Prior to Bankruptcy Filing and Bankruptcy Outcome.
    Rose-Green, Ena; Lovata, Linda // Accounting & Finance Research; Feb2013, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p97 

    This study examines the association between firms' characteristics in the years prior to bankruptcy filing and bankruptcy outcome for firms filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions. Our results indicate that, up to three years prior to bankruptcy filing, the characteristics of firms that liquidate...

  • Let's Move to "Universal Corporate Governance Theory".
    Htay, Sheila Nu Nu; Salman, Syed Ahmed; Meera, Ahamed Kameel Mydin // Middle East Journal of Scientific Research; 2013, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p1047 

    Corporate governance theories, namely the agency theory, stewardship theory and stakeholder theory, have been used in developing the best practices of corporate governance. However, corporate scandals leading to the downfall of financial giants such as Enron and WorldCom in 2003 and the global...

  • Environmental Worldviews: A Point of Common Contact, or Barrier?
    Noblet, Caroline L.; Lindenfeld, Laura A.; Anderso, Mark W. // Sustainability (2071-1050); Nov2013, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p4825 

    Increasingly, scientists are reaching out to individuals and entities once considered "users" of scientific knowledge to engage them in the research process due to the increased need for contextualized knowledge. However, these increased interactions make apparent the boundaries that exist...

  • ACADEMIC FREEDOM: MOVING AWAY FROM THE FACULTY-ONLY PARADIGM.
    Gross-Schaefer, Arthur // Journal of Legal Studies in Business; 2010, Vol. 16, p45 

    The article discusses the history and claims of academic freedom from the ethical and legal perspective. It says that academic freedom protects and defends the fundamental rights of professors as well as college administrators and students to reprioritize and understand the interest of other...

  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MISSION STATEMENT AND COMPANY PERFORMANCE.
    DERMOL, Valerij // Scientific Annals of the 'Alexandru Ioan Cuza' University of Ias; 2012, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p321 

    Mission statement is a managerial tool which has the power of directing the behaviour in a company. The important question we can ask is whether the existence of a mission statement is associated with company performance or not. Findings of different studies exploring this relationship are not...

  • Estratégia dos negócios: Obstáculos encontrados para a consolidação da TV Digital no Brasil e seus impactos na cadeia produtiva eletroeletrônica na perspectiva da teoria dos stakeholders.
    Bazanini, Roberto; Ribeiro, Hewdy Lobo; Bazanini, Homero Leoni // Revista de Negócios; jan-mar2014, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p70 

    With the introduction of digital TV in Brazil on December 2, 2007, the managers of the electronics industry, of course, waiting for impacts in the supply chain due to the promise of strong eating of the market. According with exploratory research, qualitative and in-depth interview with the...

  • A Re-Interpretation of Leadership Aligns Human Capital and Business Objectives.
    McNay, William R. // Journal of Executive Education; 2012, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p79 

    Most business decisions during the past 100 years have been influenced by the shareholder theory, which mandates that the interests of shareholders are the key determinate in constructing operational plans and activities. However, this theory and its related practices are being challenged by the...

  • An Integrative Approach to Inter-Organizational System Implementation and Evaluation: the Case of Government-to -Business.
    Suzila Kassim, Erne; Hussin, Husnayati // Communications of the IBIMA; Dec2010, p1 

    Over the years, government-to-business (G2B) as an inter-organizational system has emerged as an essential part of e-government systems. Its development and usage have not only been expected to contribute to efficient and effective operations, but G2B is also anticipated for better transparency,...

  • Acting Positively on Pay And Risk Management.
    Dawson, Michael A. // American Banker; 10/2/2009, Vol. 174 Issue F308, p8 

    The article offers the author's views on risk management, regulation of executive compensation at a time when the unemployment rate is high, and the effect of economic uncertainty on financial institutions' pay plans in the United States. The author says that organizations should tie...

  • Can This Project Be Saved?
    Dawson, Michael A. // PM Network; Mar2012, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p26 

    The article presents views of several management consultants on things one should do while handling a failing project. One consultant suggests that one should gain an understanding of the issues that led to the failure of the project. Another suggests that it is important to ensure that one...

  • perception vs. reality.
    JACKSON, MICHELLE BOWLES // PM Network; Mar2012, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p44 

    The article focuses on some of the most common perceptions related to project management among stakeholders. It also discusses how project managers can deal with stakeholder expectations. As stated, one of the common perception is that project managers keep something secret with regard to the...

  • WB takes stake in Brit vidgamer.
    Jaafar, Ali // Daily Variety; 2/24/2010, Vol. 306 Issue 37, p8 

    The article reports on the move of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment to buy a 68% stake in Rocksteady Studios, a British vidgame company which developed "Batman: Arkham Asylum.

  • The Ability to Change or the Willingness to Change: Stakeholder Interpretation of Adversity.
    Napshin, Stuart A.; DeCarolis, Donna // Journal of Emerging Knowledge on Emerging Markets (JEKEM); Nov2011, Vol. 3, p1 

    The article discusses the factors that influence the ability and willingness of business enterprises to change upon stakeholder interpretation of adverse events in the business. It notes the importance of stakeholder interpretation in providing tangible and intangible resources necessary for the...

  • Three Elements of Stakeholder Legitimacy.
    Santana, Adele // Journal of Business Ethics; Jan2012, Vol. 105 Issue 2, p257 

    This paper focuses attention on the stakeholder attribute of legitimacy. Drawing upon institutional and stakeholder theories, I develop a framework of stakeholder legitimacy based on its three aspects-legitimacy of the stakeholder as an entity, legitimacy of the stakeholder's claim, and...

  • Participación de los stakeholders en la gobernanza corporativa: fundamentación ontológica y propuesta metodológica.
    SAN-JOSE RUIZ DE AGUIRRE, LEIRE; LUIS RETOLAZA, JOSÉ // Universitas Psychologica; abr-jun2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p619 

    The participation in the company is a longstanding issue in research on business organization, but usually is explained around workers and not around the highest levels of corporate governance. In the modern businesses, the value contribution of capital is dwindling, and the risk, in many...

  • ADVISER Q&A.
    SAN-JOSE RUIZ DE AGUIRRE, LEIRE; LUIS RETOLAZA, JOSÉ // Supply Management; Jul2012, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p24 

    Several views on creating a stakeholder engagement strategy are presented. Rachel Lee of Norland Managed Services explains the need to define the term "stakeholder." Gail Roberts of Royal Mint states that understanding the "overall" strategic direction of the business as well as its objectives...

  • Champions of change.
    Clayton, Mike // Training Journal; Aug2014, p26 

    The author discusses the idea of stakeholder management and argues that firms need to focus on engaging stakeholders rather than managing them in order to reap the maximum benefits of stakeholder theory. Topics include the role of organizational change management in promoting trust in an...

  • Stakeholder-Analysis featuring Open Innovation.
    Guertler, Matthias R.; Lewandowski, Paulina; Lindemann, Udo // Proceedings of ISPIM Conferences; 2014, Issue 25, p1 

    By opening a company's innovation process to its environment, Open Innovation (OI) allows advantages such as better market orientation, reduced development risks and the utilization of external expertise. However, so far, the selection of appropriate external and internal OI-project actors is...

  • Superwoman expands adviser ranks.
    Beaman, Lucinda // Money Management; 4/22/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p6 

    The article reports on the 30 percent stake taken by financial services company Superwoman Group from privately owned dealer group My Adviser.

  • Adaptability, Entrepreneurship and Stakeholder Integration: Scenarios and Strategies for Environment and Vulnerability.
    De-Burgos-Jiménez, Jerónimo; Vazquez-Brust, Diego A.; Plaza-Úbeda, José A. // Journal of Environmental Protection; Dec2011, Vol. 2 Issue 10, p1375 

    The "vicious circle" between poverty and environmental deterioration is a major challenge for those developmental approaches which look to improve the welfare of vulnerable communities. Environmental deterioration increases poverty while, at the same time, poverty causes further environmental...

  • Website as an information distribution channel and promoter of the idea of social responsibility in Kazakhstani universities.
    Sagintayeva, Aida; Tampayeva, Tan-Sholpan; Akhmetova, Dina // International Proceedings of Economics Development & Research; 2011, Vol. 18, p15 

    This paper examines the social responsibility of universities in Kazakhstan. By analyzing the changes occurring in the society, civil society development, emergence of new forms of communication, the authors emphasize the need to develop social responsibility in modern Kazakh universities and...

  • CORPORATE BOARDS: THE NEW CORPORATE LEADERS.
    Mueller, Jens; Warrick, D. D.; Rennie, Morina; Dana, Leo-Paul // Journal of the Academy of Business & Economics; 2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p105 

    The historic view that corporate leaders serving on company boards are merely the legal stewards of shareholders is no longer the best explanation for the role of directors. This stakeholder theory is too simplistic to explain the many differing and sometimes competing interests of inside and...

  • DON'T FORGET YOUR STAKEHOLDERS….
    McQuade, Owen // Engineers Journal; Apr2009, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p150 

    The article presents a discussion about stakeholder management in business. According to the author, stakeholders have an influence on the success or failure of a business or organization. The author suggests that managers and engineers know their major stakeholders, which can be employees or...

  • Les configurations de contrôle interactif dans le domaine environnemental.
    RENAUD, Angèle // Comptabilité Contrôle Audit; Sep2013, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p101 

    This paper explores interactive use of environmental management control. In order to do this, a theoretical model is designed by mobilizing the framework of Simons (1995) and instrumental stakeholder theory. This model defines three dimensions of interactive control: forms of interactivity...

  • PROUD TRADITION.
    RENAUD, Angèle // Accountancy Ireland; Aug2013, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p16 

    The article considers the concept of corporate governance from its origins in the 1800s to the 21st century. Commentary is presented on the early understanding of a director's duties to a firm including a fiduciary responsibility, the emergence of stakeholder theory in the 1970s, and a 1995...

  • Causal Layered Analysis Defined.
    Inayatullah, Sohail // Futurist; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p26 

    The article discusses the forecasting technique Causal Layered Analysis (CLA). Topics include the analysis of systemic issues, the identification of organizing metaphors related to an issue, and the consideration of multiple stakeholder positions for policy development. The significance of...

  • IDENTIFYING AND CLASSIFYING PROGRAM/PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS.
    Stretton, Alan // PM World Journal; Jan2014, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p1 

    There is substantial material in the program/project literature on program and project stakeholder management/engagement. This article amalgamates andsummarises some of the most relevant material concerned with the identification and classification of program/project stakeholders. Regarding...

  • A Review of Public Relations as a Potential Tool for Effective University-Student Relationship.
    Elgaibani, Said; Adrian, M. S.; Budiman, M.; Raji, Ridwan Adetunji // Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences; 2014 Special, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p117 

    Well established and internationally known university would not underestimate the interest, loyalty and satisfaction of their students. Logically, apart from the structural properties of any university, students are the core representative, stakeholders and the consumer (public) to a university....

  • BEHIND THE JOB.
    Elgaibani, Said; Adrian, M. S.; Budiman, M.; Raji, Ridwan Adetunji // FM World; 5/8/2014, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p47 

    An interview with facilities manager Chris Townsend is presented. He discusses his experience in business contracting, working with facility management clients and using the stakeholder engagement. Also noted are the challenges he had faced in his career within the facility management sector in...

  • An engaging strategy.
    SNELL, PAUL // Supply Management; Jun2014, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p4 

    An introduction to articles published within the issue is presented, including one on a study which found that more than half of procurement teams lack a formal measure of stakeholder satisfaction, another on the prominent themes at the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) Middle...

  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE CZECH GAMBLING INDUSTRY.
    Tetrėvová, Libėna // Economics & Management; 2011, Vol. 16, p612 

    The paper deals with the problems of social responsibility of the firms in the gambling industry. Firstly, we review the literature on corporate social responsibility (CSR) as the basic resource. The principal role within the framework of the social responsibility concept is played by the...

  • A Theoretical Framework for Corporate Governance.
    Pande, Santosh; Ansari, Valeed Ahmad // Indian Journal of Corporate Governance; Jan-Jun2014, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p56 

    We lack an overarching and unifying theory of corporate governance. The most popular theoretical framework, the agency theory, led to the evolution of the Anglo-Saxon model of corporate governance that is used widely to help the board of directors in curbing excessive executive power in the...

  • Stakeholder engagement.
    Pande, Santosh; Ansari, Valeed Ahmad // Times 100 Case Studies; 2014, p1 

    The article presents a case study of Kellogg Co., the leading producer of cereals in the world. It discusses the growth and success of the company which has been the leader in health and nutrition for more than 100 years. It examines Kellogg's strategies, K-Values, vision and core purpose, and...

  • EFFECTS OF BEST ACCOUNITING PRACTICE CAPABILITIES ON FIRM PERFORMANCE OF ACCOUNTING FIRMS IN THAILAND.
    Amarit Sompong; Phaprukbaramee Ussahawanitchakit // Journal of International Finance & Economics; 2014, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p99 

    The objective of this research is to examine the effects of the best accounting practice capabilities and firm performance of accounting firms in Thailand. The best accounting practice capabilities consists of four dimensions, accounting regulation compliance, accounting professionalism...

  • The new Role of Marketing Research Toward Sustainability: A Value-Driven Perspective.
    Somdee Hongphisanvivat // Proceedings of the European Conference on Research Methods for B; 2012, p171 

    The increasingly turbulent environment calls for a new role for marketing research to employ the holistic research approach and shift its focus on abilities to learn key knowledge for creating superior value and sustainability. This paper addresses such holistic views using multiple qualitative...

  • The Identification of Potential Resilient Estuary-based Enterprises to Encourage Economic Empowerment in South Africa: a Toolkit Approach.
    Bowd, Rebecca; Quinn, Nevil; Kotze, Donovan C.; Hay, Duncan G.; Mander, Myles // Ecology & Society; Sep2012, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p84 

    It has been argued that ecosystem services can be used as the foundation to provide economic opportunities to empower the disadvantaged. The Ecosystem Services Framework (ESF) approach for poverty alleviation, which balances resource conservation and human resource use, has received much...

  • Comanagement at the Fringes: Examining Stakeholder Perspectives at Macassar Dunes, Cape Town, South Africa--at the Intersection of High Biodiversity, Urban Poverty, and Inequality.
    Graham, M.; Ernstson, H. // Ecology & Society; Sep2012, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p181 

    Theoretically, co-management provides a fruitful way to engage local residents in efforts to conserve and manage particular spaces of ecological value. However, natural resource management, and biodiversity conservation in particular, are faced with novel sets of complexities in the rapidly...

  • Baltic Herring Fisheries Management: Stakeholder Views to Frame the Problem.
    Haapasaari, Päivi; Mäntyniemi, Samu; Kuikka, Sakari // Ecology & Society; Sep2012, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p222 

    Comprehensive problem framing that includes different perspectives is essential for holistic understanding of complex problems and as the first step in building models. We involved five stakeholders to frame the management problem of the Central Baltic herring fishery. By using the Bayesian...

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