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    Building Understanding and Knowledge: A Case Study in Stakeholder Orientation


    Duesing, Robert J. and White, Margaret A. (2013) Building Understanding and Knowledge: A Case Study in Stakeholder Orientation. Journal of managerial issues, 25 (4). pp. 401-415. ISSN 1045-3695

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    Abstract

    Accumulation of knowledge and understanding is the goal of scientific research. Such accumulation requires that areas of interest be approached with a theoretical base and replicable processes and methodologies. Recent reviews of stakeholder theory (Laplume et al, 2008; Mainardes et al., 2011) have delineated a number of issues in this area of study. In particular, they identify that if this area of research is to move toward deeper understanding, then areas of interest need to be studied in different contexts and with validated measurement instruments. This paper provides an example of a replication and methods development of stakeholder orientation from the manager's perspective in small firms.

    Item Type: Article
    Keywords: Stakeholders; Stakeholder theory; Stockholders' meetings; Social responsibility of business; Small business management; Strategic planning;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Business
    Item ID: 11269
    Depositing User: Margaret White
    Date Deposited: 14 Oct 2019 16:19
    Journal or Publication Title: Journal of managerial issues
    Publisher: Pittsburg State University
    Refereed: Yes
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