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Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
🔥NEW Various stakeholders make different contributions to companies (organizations). And, in return they receive different rewards. Here is an overview of typical stakeholders, the main contributions they can make and typical rewards they hope to receive: Stakeholders Contributionsto organization Rewardsfor stakeholder Owners, capital providers Finances, funds Ownership, control, interest, dividend Managers (planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, reporting, budgeting), team building, spirit, innovation, change, labor, knowledge and skills Employment, salary, wages, status, prestige, social contacts, self-realization Employees Labor, knowledge and skills Employment, salary, wages, status, prestige, social contacts, self-realization Buyers, customers Market prices, clientele Products, services Suppliers Raw materials, semi-finished products, services, energy, information, means of producti (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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