Stakeholder Theory : A Model for Strategic Management
Contributor(s): Rendtorff, Jacob Dahl.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Ethics: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2016Description: 1 online resource (102 p.).ISBN: 9783319443560.Subject(s): Business ethics--United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Stakeholder Theory : A Model for Strategic ManagementDDC classification: 100 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: From "The Stakeholder" to Stakeholder Theory -- Definitions -- Conceptual Framework: R. E. Freeman (1984-2010) and His Followers -- Parameters of the Theory -- Epistemological Debates and Theoretical Pluralism -- Is Stakeholder Theory a Theory? -- A Concrete Theory: Categorizing the Actors Who Count in Corporate Strategy -- A Theoretical Pluralism Revealed by Donaldson and Preston (1995) -- Critiques of the Theory -- The Scope of the Theory and Its Potential for Expansion
Chapter 2: Stakeholder Theory in Strategic Management -- Representations of the Corporation in Strategic Management and the Emergence of Stakeholder Theory (1980-1990) -- Between 1950 and 1968, an Economistic Approach to the Corporation -- 1968 and 1985: Strategic Representations of the Corporation -- 1985 and 1995: A Financial Vision Combined with Multi-Criteria Performance and a Conception Offering an Alternative to Financial Orthodoxy -- Since 1995: A Multitude of Different Perspectives -- The Role of Stakeholder Theory in Corporate Strategy
The Corporation Between Dependence on the Environment and Policy Self-Determination -- Stakeholder Theory: Promoting Strategic Management, 1970-1980 -- A Pluralist Representation of the Corporation and of the Organization: Toward Partnership-Based Corporate Governance -- Strategic Models Which Are Not Congruent with Stakeholder Theory: Michael Porter -- Michael Porter's Competitive Advantage -- Richard D'Aveni's Hyper-Competition Model (1994-2010) -- Strategic Models Compatible with Stakeholder Theory -- The Corporation as a Political System: The Francophone School of 1980-2009
Resource and Skills-Based Strategy -- The Relational View -- Impact of Stakeholder Theory on Strategic Marketing and Research in Negotiation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: Stakeholder Theory as a Theory of Organizations -- Stakeholder Theory, a Factor of Change in Organization Theory -- From Structure to Its Fragmentation: The Internationalization of Organizations and of Inter-organizational Relations -- The Increasing Internationalized of Firms: From Very Large Companies to Companies That Are Born Global -- International Regulatory Organizations with a Global Vocation
Public Organizations Undergoing Profound Changes -- Organization Theory and Stakeholder Theory -- The Organization as Relation and as Organized But Unexpected Action -- Organized Action as Sensemaking -- Other Currents Relevant to Stakeholder Theory -- The Neo-Institutionalist Current -- Political Approaches -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Political Philosophy Interpellated by Stakeholder Theory -- Conflict Between Institutions and Organizations -- From Civil Society to Stakeholder Society? -- The Hegelian Theory of Civil Society
Three Factors of Correspondence Between Civil Society and Stakeholder Society
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