Axia College MaterialJessica Bonner
Stakeholder Impact Analysis Table
After reviewing each stakeholder position on the case by reading your classmates’ presentations, organize the stakeholders’ positions by completing the table. Provide a brief description of each stakeholder’s interest, then rate each stakeholder’s level of influence, urgency, persuasiveness, and importance. Reference the example on p. 357 (Ch. 5) of the text as a model. The legend below clarifies the meaning of the column headings.
Stakeholder: The four stakeholder groups involved with the board of directors meeting.
Interest: Why this group cares about the sonox issue, and their main concern in the matter. Includes what the group would like the company to do.
Influence: Your feeling of how much legal influence this stakeholder group has over the company. The greater the influence, the more you should listen to them. Rank as high, medium, or low.
Urgency: How urgently the company should address the stakeholder’s concern(s). Rank as high, medium, or low.
Persuasiveness: Your feeling of how persuasive the stakeholders’ presentations were to the board of directors. Consider all of the presentations from the employees’ perspective as a whole, as so forth. Rank as high, medium, or low.
Importance: An overall ranking of the importance of taking into consideration the stakeholders’ concerns. 1 equals high importance; 2 equals medium importance; 3 equals low importance.
|Stakeholder |Interest in the Issue |Influence |Urgency |Persuasiveness |Importance | |Kardell investors |The interest in this group is mainly the investors |This group has a high |The company should rate |The group had a high |This would be ranked as | | |losing money. This group would like the problem fixed...