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Stakeholder Theory : A Model for Strategic Management

By: Bonnafous-Boucher, Maria.
Contributor(s): Rendtorff, Jacob Dahl.
Material type: TextTextSeries: 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.
Contents:
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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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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<p>Maria Bonnafous-Boucher, PhD, HDR Paris-Dauphine University, is currently Deputy Counsellor at the Embassy of France in Turkey. Previously Director of Research at Novancia Business School, Paris, and Vice-President in charge of Research at EBEN France, she is the author of several books and articles on stakeholder theory and governance, including Stakeholder Theory , Palgrave, 2005; Décider avec les parties prenantes ("Making decisions with stakeholders"), La Découverte, 2006; "Towards a stakeholder society: stakeholder theory vs the theory of civil society in European Management Review , special issue, "Re-thinking the firm in a post-crisis world", eds., Freeman E. and Zollo, M., 2010; and La théorie des parties prenantes ("Stakeholder Theory"), La Découverte, 2014. In 2016, she was awarded the FORDE Prize (France, Rennes School of Law and Business Studies) for the body of her work on stakeholder theory.

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