Typical Stakeholders' Contributions and Rewards

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Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands

Typical Stakeholders' Contributions and Rewards

🔥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 Contributions
to organization
for stakeholder
Owners, capital providers Finances, funds Ownership, control, interest, dividend
Managers POSDCORB (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 production Market prices, clientele, goodwill
Employers' organizations Lobbying, mouthpiece on behalf of the employers A stable, favorable business climate
Unions Work climate, working conditions Employment, employee participation
Governments Social-economic legislative framework, Infrastructure Taxes, levies, fees
Miscellaneous stakeholders Criticism, wishes, demands Adjustment of the organization

Any organization has to balance these kind of stakeholder contributions and rewards in the way it chooses to do. If it succeeds in doing that, this is called: a state of "organizational equilibrium".

Is this list of stakeholder contributions and rewards correct and complete? Please share your ideas and tips. Thanks!

  Paramathmuni srinivas Kumar

Some Ideas and Tips for Stakeholder Contributions and Rewards

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  Melvyn McIntyre
Consultant, Venezuela

The Collective Reward of all Stakeholders

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  Iraklis Goniadis
Business Consultant, Greece

More Stakeholders and their Contributions

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  Maurice Hogarth
Consultant, United Kingdom

Stakeholder Rewards

“Miscellaneous stakeholders”? All stakeholders can contribute criticism, wishes and demands. Businesses want repeat buy...

  Justus Nyangau
Business Consultant, Kenya

Stakeholders Contributions and Their Rewards

Most of the important things have been discussed above but I will like to add a small contribution. Competitors are als...

  Ahmad Sultan Abdulla
Consultant, Malaysia

Stakeholder Contributions and Rewards

For me, we should add the community we operate in. You might cluster it under "miscellaneous stakeholders", but is a ver...

  Dr. A. Kent Van Cleave, Jr.
Professor, United States

Stakeholder versus Shareholder Governance

Over the last 40 years, corporate governance has shifted from a stakeholder model to a shareholder model. Under stakeho...

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands

Stakeholder Contributions Matter in Any Governance System

@Dr. A. Kent Van Cleave, Jr.: I agree the choice of governance system is relevant for HOW the contributions and rewards ...

  Maurice Hogarth
Consultant, United Kingdom

The Reaping & Sowing of Shareholder Focus

@Dr. A. Kent Van Cleave, Jr.: A “shareholder” attitude, as described, seems to be symptomatic of short-term, asset-strip...


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