3 edition of Stakeholders and scientists found in the catalog.
Stakeholders and scientists
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Achieving implementable solutions to energy and environmental issues|
|Statement||Joanna Burger, editor|
|LC Classifications||TD195.E49 S73 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 453 p. :|
|Number of Pages||453|
|ISBN 10||1441988122, 1441988130|
|ISBN 10||9781441988126, 9781441988133|
|LC Control Number||2011933225|
"The book is a great tool for those who want to have a deep understanding of different perspectives of stakeholder theory. It draws together research of over thirty years as it has been applied in a number of business contexts, in a way that allows readers to understand the evolution of theory, how it has been applied and what future avenues need exploration."Cited by: References to stakeholders and the use of stakeholder analy-sis as a tool have become increasingly popular in the manage-ment, development and health policy ﬁelds during the last decade. This popularity reﬂects a recognition among man-agers, policy makers and researchers of the central role of.
What is a stakeholder? A stakeholder is either an individual, group or organization who is impacted by the outcome of a project. They have an interest in the success of the project, and can be within or outside the organization that is sponsoring the project. Stakeholders can have a positive or negative influence on the project. Many scientists analysed the importance of stakeholders on the ground of the interrelationship between an organization and stakeholders. Nevertheless, scientists do not define which stakeholders.
The stakeholder theory is a theory of organizational management and business ethics that accounts for multiple constituencies impacted by business entities like employees, suppliers, local communities, creditors, and others. It addresses morals and values in managing an organization, such as those related to corporate social responsibility, market economy, and social contract theory. Quality Glossary Definition: Stakeholder. The international standard providing guidance on social responsibility, called ISO , defines a stakeholder as an "individual or group that has an interest in any decision or activity of an organization.". Stakeholders may include: Suppliers; Internal staff, such as employees and workers.
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Barriers to Effective Communication Between Scientists and Stakeholders. There is a recognized gap between scientists and stakeholders Stakeholders and scientists book terms of the use of scientific information to influence decision making and to collaborate on the development of usable knowledge and understanding (Bartunek et al., ; Bartunek and Rynes, ).Here, “stakeholder” is broadly defined as any person or.
A well conceived and useful book describing effective two-way communication between stakeholders and scientists. The case studies focus on environmental challenges, but the principles discussed would translate to other fields as well.5/5(1). Read "Stakeholders and Scientists Achieving Implementable Solutions to Energy and Environmental Issues" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
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Stakeholders and Scientists Achieving Implementable Solutions to Energy and Environmental Issues. This is the first book to examine how science and stakeholders interact in an open and transparent manner to solve otherwise difficult and contentious issues related to energy and the environment.
About this book. Science and Stakeholders provides a conceptual framework for stakeholder involvement, followed by case studies to explore how to integrate and collaborate among diverse stakeholders and communities to solve environmental and energy-related problems. Emotional intelligence and other "soft skills" are key to convincing science stakeholders.
Scientists the world over use a familiar formula when communicating their research findings to their peers. Typically, a focused introduction is followed by a description of. Science and Stakeholders provides a conceptual framework for stakeholder involvement, followed by case studies to explore how to integrate and collaborate among diverse stakeholders and communities to solve environmental and energy-related problems.
Stakeholder participation should result in more transparent and acceptable solutions that protect both human and ecological health. An easy-to-read book packed with useful, practical tips on stakeholder engagement. Patrick was the one who first introduced to me to the term ‘engagement ‘instead of ‘management’ and he’s been expert in this area for some time.
The book covers a 5-step approach for a pathway to engaging others on projects. Stakeholders and consensus-building at the Fernald uranium plant / Kenneth Morgan and Gary Stegner --Stakeholders, risk from mercury and the Savannah River site: iterative and inclusive solutions to deal with risk from fish consumption / Joanna Burger --Helping Mother Earth heal: Diné College and enhanced natural attenuation research at U.S.
The early engagement of ‘stakeholders’ in research is often presented as a simple way to ensure that research is aligned to the needs of research users and therefore impactful. However, who these stakeholders are and what their interests might be is not always obvious.
Stakeholders and Scientists: Achieving Implementable Solutions to Energy and Environmental Issues Book January with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Get this from a library. Stakeholders and scientists: achieving implementable solutions to energy and environmental issues.
[Joanna Burger;] -- Science and Stakeholders provides a conceptual framework for stakeholder involvement, followed by case studies to explore how to integrate and collaborate among diverse stakeholders and communities. Practical examples based on new data are used to examine a diverse range of stakeholders, and the relationships stakeholders have with their organizations.
This is the first book on stakeholder theory to propose a critical analysis, both at the macro and micro level, that is framed and guided by theory. Maximizing Community Stakeholders' Engagement is a comprehensive video from Tom Wolff, which offers a thorough exploration of why it is important to involve all stakeholders, and how to do so.
Mind Tools - Stakeholder Analysis: Winning Support for Your Projects is a business-oriented method, but can be applied elsewhere as well. EL/TP Stakeholder A sis Methodologies Resource Book I 3abiuch and Barbara C.
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One of the most difficult ethical questions facing managers is to whom are they responsible. Organizations can affect and are affected by many different constituencies-or "stakeholders"-but who are these stakeholders. What sort of managerial attention should they receive. Is there a legal duty to attend to stakeholders or is such a duty legally 3/5(1).
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Buy Stakeholders and Scientists: Achieving Implementable Solutions to Energy and Environmental. What is a stakeholder analysis. When it comes to any organizational project, all of the internal people and teams who the project will involve or affect are called its stakeholders.A stakeholder analysis is a process of identifying these people before the project begins; grouping them according to their levels of participation, interest, and influence in the project; and determining how best.
Book Description: Managing for Stakeholders: Survival, Reputation, and Success,the culmination of twenty years of research, interviews, and observations in the workplace, makes a major new contribution to management thinking and t ways of thinking about business and stakeholder management usually ask the Value Allocation Question: How should we distribute the burdens and.
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you will have the communication skills necessary to explain complex technical approaches to a variety of stakeholders and customers, and the initiative to take iterative approaches to tackling.Stakeholder: A stakeholder is a party that has an interest in a company, and can either affect or be affected by the business.
The primary stakeholders in a typical corporation are its investors.