Stakeholders' Contributions and Rewards

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Stakeholders' Contributions and Rewards
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
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
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Some Ideas and Tips for Stakeholder Contributions and Rewards
srinivas, Lecturer, India, Member
Following are some further ideas for the list of stakeholder contributions and rewards:
1. EMPLOYEES: Are also contributing to establishing the v...Sign up

The Collective Reward of all Stakeholders
Melvyn McIntyre, Consultant, Venezuela, Member
All stakeholders together, unified as an equilibrated cluster, each one giving its best contribution, generate the shared reward for everyone, ...Sign up

More Stakeholders and their Contributions
Iraklis Goniadis, Business Consultant, Greece, Member
ENTREPRENEURS: Bees making money (honey) and wealth for the community.
MANAGERS: Trust, team building & spirit, transform individual intelligence...Sign up

Stakeholder Rewards
Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom, Premium Member
“Miscellaneous stakeholders”? All stakeholders can contribute criticism, wishes and demands.
Businesses want repeat buyers/customer loyalty; so, ...Sign up

Stakeholders Contributions and Their Rewards
Justus Nyangau, Business Consultant, Kenya, Member
Most of the important things have been discussed above but I will like to add a small contribution.
Competitors are also important stakeho...Sign up

Stakeholder Contributions and Rewards
Ahmad Sultan Abdulla, Consultant, Malaysia, Member
For me, we should add the community we operate in. You might cluster it under "miscellaneous stakeholders", but is a very important one.
T...Sign up

Stakeholder versus Shareholder Governance
Dr. A. Kent Van Cleave, Jr., Professor, United States, Member
Over the last 40 years, corporate governance has shifted from a stakeholder model to a shareholder model.
Under stakeholder governance, optimizat...Sign up

Stakeholder Contributions Matter in Any Governance System
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
@Dr. A. Kent Van Cleave, Jr.: I agree the choice of governance system is relevant for HOW the contributions and rewa...Sign up

The Reaping & Sowing of Shareholder Focus
Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom, Premium Member
@Dr. A. Kent Van Cleave, Jr.: A “shareholder” attitude, as described, seems to be symptomatic of short-term, asset-s...Sign up

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