Corporate Diplomacy: Building Reputations and Relationships with External Stakeholders

Found 48 related Books

You are about to access Corporate Diplomacy: Building Reputations and Relationships with External Stakeholders.Access Speed for this file: 90101 KB/Sec


Free Membership Registration to Download

Our library can be accessed from certain countries only.

Please, see if you are eligible to read or download Corporate Diplomacy: Building Reputations and Relationships with External Stakeholders by creating an account.

You must create a free account in order to read or download this book.

Corporate Diplomacy: Building Reputations and Relationships with External Stakeholders by Witold J. Henisz.pdf

Uploaded : 2018/05/26 

Last checked : 53 Minutes ago!

User rating : 5 / 4
 Downloads : 8755



Descriptions : P Managers of multinational organizations are struggling to win the strategic competition forthe hearts and minds of external stakeholders These stakeholders differ fundamentally in their worldview their understanding of the market economy and their aspirations and fears for the future Their collective opinions of managers and corporations will shape the competitive landscape of the global economy and have serious consequences for businesses that fail to meet their expectations P P This important new book argues that the strategic management of relationships withexternal stakeholders what the author calls Corporate Diplomacy is not just canny PR but creates real and lasting business value Using a mix of colourful examplesractically relevant tools and considered perspectives the book hones in on a fundamental challenge thatmanagers of multinational corporations face as they strive to compete in the st century P P As falling communication costs shrink the distance between external stakeholders and shareholder value is increasingly created and protected through a strategic integration of the external stakeholder facing functions These include government affairs stakeholder relations sustainability enterprise risk management community relations and corporate communications Through such integration the place where businessolitics and society intersect need not be a source of nasty surprises or unexpected expenses P P Most of the firms profiled in the book are now at the frontier of corporate diplomacy But they didnt start there Many of them were motivated by past failings They fell intoconflicts with critical stakeholders politicians communities NGO staffers or activists and they suffered They experienced delays or disruptions to their operations higher costs angry customers or thwarted attempts at expansion P P Eventually the managers of these companies developed smarter strategies for stakeholder engagement They became corporate diplomats The book draws on their experiences to take the reader to the forefront of stakeholder engagement and to highlight the six elements of corprate diplomacy P

9182 Users Online