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    Little empirical work has been done on the effect of stakeholder management on corporate performance. In this study, we contributed to stakeholder theory development by (1) deriving two distinct stakeholder management models from extant research, (2) testing tbe descriptive accuracy of these mode
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  • Direct to Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs: an Ethical Analysis Using the Vdm Model
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  • Changes in Corporate Governance of German Corporations: Convergence to the Anglo-American Model?
    CHANGES IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE OF GERMAN CORPORATIONS: CONVERGENCE TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN MODEL? ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge Working Paper No. 259 By Christel Lane ESRC Centre for Business Research and Faculty of Social and Political Sciences University of Cambri
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  • Stakeholder Engagement
    The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/1463-7154.htm BPMJ 12,6 Stakeholder engagement, social auditing and corporate sustainability Simon S. Gao and Jane J. Zhang School of Accounting and Economics, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK Abs
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  • Sustainability Uptake in the Management Education Industry: Institutional, Stakeholder, and Strategic-Orientation Perspectives
    ABSTRACT: As with any industry sector facing change, management education exhibits variation as business schools resist or seize new strategic challenges. Similar to the rise of entrepreneurship education in recent decades, sustainability curricula, research, and practices (commonly referred to a
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  • Toward a Model of Strategic Management
    ABSTRACT Title of Dissertation: TOWARD A MODEL OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS: SCENARIO BUILDING FROM A PUBLIC RELATIONS PERSPECTIVE MinJung Sung, Doctor of Philosophy, 2004 Dissertation directed by: Larissa A. Grunig, Professor Department of Communication This dissertati
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  • Stakeholder Marketing
    CI M Professional  Certificate  in  Marketing       Stakeholder  Marketing Past Assignment Answer-Specimen © Copyrights LS Learning Media Stakeholder  Marketing     THE  CHARTERED  INSTITUTE  OF  MARKETING     PROFESSIONAL  CERTIFICATE  IN  MARKETING:   STA
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  • Stakeholder Theory
    The Stakeholder Theory Charles Fontaine Antoine Haarman Stefan Schmid - December 2006 - Stakeholder Theory of the MNC Index 1. Introduction ........................................................................................3 2. Basic idea of the Stakeholder Theory and Definition .
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  • Stakeholder Management
    Stakeholder Engagement: A Good Practice Handbook for Companies Doing Business in Emerging Markets Cover photo credits: 1st row (L to R): WB Staff, WB Staff, WB Staff 2nd row (L to R): T.Pollett, I. Michuci, Courtesy of AGD 3rd row (L to R): K.Merckens, C. Warren, WB Staff 4th row (L to R): T.Po
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  • Hofstede Model
    © Centre for Promoting Ideas, USA www.ijbssnet.com A Review Paper on Organizational Culture and Organizational Performance Ismael Younis Abu-Jarad Department of Technology Management Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) Malaysia E-mail: ismaelabujarad@gmail.com, Tel:+609-549 2471 Nor’Aini Yuso
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  • Uml Model
    Why UML? The heart of object-oriented problem solving is the construction of a model. The model abstracts the essential details of the underlying problem from its usually complicated real world. Several modelling tools are wrapped under the heading of the UML, which stands for Unified Modelling Lan
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  • The Development and Use of the Six Markets Model
    Introduction The idea that business organisations have a range of stakeholders other than shareholders is obvious. Yet stakeholder theory has not guided mainstream marketing practice to any great extent (Polonsky, 1995). To use the theory/practice distinction provided by Argyris and Schon (1978), i
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  • Business Model
    Long Range Planning 43 (2010) 195e215 http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lrp From Strategy to Business Models and onto Tactics Ramon Casadesus-Masanell and Joan Enric Ricart Strategy scholars have used the notion of the Business Model to refer to the ‘logic of the firm’ e how it operates
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  • Shareholder Model
    CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: EFFECTS ON FIRM PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH by Maria Maher and Thomas Andersson ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT © OECD 19992 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: EFFECTS ON FIRM PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH TABLE OF CONTENTS SUMMARY....................
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  • Private Sector Interaction in the Decision Making Processes of Public Research Policies
    Private Sector Interaction in the Decision Making Processes of Public Research Policies Country Profile: Ireland 1. Political, institutional and economic framework and important actors After a period of remarkable economic growth, the Republic of Ireland has reached a level of GDP per capit
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  • Airline Market Segments Af Ter Low Cost Airlines in Thailand: Passenger Classification Using Neural Networks and Logit Model with Selective Learning
    The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0025-1747.htm MD 45,9 1426 The mediating effect of organizational reputation on customer loyalty and service recommendation in the banking industry Nick Bontis and Lorne D. Booker DeGroote
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  • Business Ethics Without Stakeholder
    BUSINESS ETHICS WITHOUT STAKEHOLDERS Joseph Heath Abstract: One of the most influential ideas in the field of business ethics has been the suggestion that ethical conduct in a business context should be analyzed in terms of a set of fiduciary obligations toward various "stakeholder" groups.
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  • Collegial Model
    South African Journal of Education Copyright © 2005 EASA Vol 25(1) 11–18 Use of the Collegial Leadership Model of Emancipation to transform traditional management practices in secondary schools P. Singh De partm ent of P ostgra duate S tudies & Edu cational R esearch , Nelso n M ande la Me t
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  • Human Interaction
    ALAN DIX, JANET FINLAY, GREGORY D. ABOWD, RUSSELL BEALE HUMAN–COMPUTER INTERACTION THIRD EDITION Human–Computer Interaction We work with leading authors to develop the strongest educational materials in computing, bringing cutting-edge thinking and best learning practice to a global
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  • Managing Risk to Reputation - a Model to Monitor the Key Drivers a Key to Long Term Solvency for Insurance and Reinsurance Companies.
    Managing Risk to Reputation - A model to monitor the key drivers A key to long term solvency for insurance and reinsurance companies. April 29, 2011 ABSTRACT: Reputation is an intangible asset that directly affects the market value of the firm. A good reputation evidences belief that the firm i
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