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The dossiers are distributed to board members. Step 5: Discussion of Each Stakeholder A board meeting is devoted to discussing each stakeholder dossier. Some questions that should be addressed are • How important is this stakeholder? How dependent is the organization’s success on it? Stakeholders are not equal in terms of their power and the demands they can make on the organization. • How well does the organization presently fulfill the expectations and meet the needs of each stakeholder? In this regard, what are the organization’s primary strengths and most pronounced weaknesses?

Reinforce your board’s obligations and its duties of loyalty and care. Board deliberations can become diffused and confused when members argue their individual points of view. Realize that although members must be true to their values, they do not sit on your board to advance their own agendas; their job is to represent stakeholders. 6. The Stakeholder Analysis Process Undertaking an analysis of an organization’s stakeholders entails five steps. Step 1: Consensus Among the Board Your board must reach consensus that a stakeholder analysis would be beneficial and should be undertaken.

They are the equivalent of the owners of a for-profit corporation. 1. Organizations: For Whose Benefit? Some people contend that organizations are created to benefit customers. If you own stock in a commercial corporation, it is unlikely that you would accept this argument. An organization’s ultimate purpose is to benefit the individuals who have invested in it, its shareholders or stockholders; it does this by meeting the needs of customers. Stockholder benefit is the end; customer satisfaction is the means.

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