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What to do when Stakeholders matter

What to do when Stakeholders matter This article focuses specifically on how and why managers might go about using stakeholder identification and analysis techniques in order to help their organizations meet their mandates, fulfill their missions and create public value. A range of stakeholder identification and analysis techniques is reviewed. The techniques cover: organizing participation; creating ideas for strategic interventions, including problem formulation and solution search; building a winning coalition around proposal development, review and adoption; and implementing, monitoring and evaluating strategic interventions. The article argues that wise use of stakeholder analyses can help frame issues that are solvable in ways that are technically feasible and politically acceptable and that advance the common good. The article concludes with a number of recommendations for management research, education and practice. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Public Management Review Taylor & Francis

What to do when Stakeholders matter

Public Management Review , Volume 6 (1): 33 – Mar 1, 2004
33 pages

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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1471-9045
eISSN
1471-9037
DOI
10.1080/14719030410001675722
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Abstract

This article focuses specifically on how and why managers might go about using stakeholder identification and analysis techniques in order to help their organizations meet their mandates, fulfill their missions and create public value. A range of stakeholder identification and analysis techniques is reviewed. The techniques cover: organizing participation; creating ideas for strategic interventions, including problem formulation and solution search; building a winning coalition around proposal development, review and adoption; and implementing, monitoring and evaluating strategic interventions. The article argues that wise use of stakeholder analyses can help frame issues that are solvable in ways that are technically feasible and politically acceptable and that advance the common good. The article concludes with a number of recommendations for management research, education and practice.

Journal

Public Management ReviewTaylor & Francis

Published: Mar 1, 2004

Keywords: Stakeholders; strategic management; strategic planning; coalition; common good; smart practice

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