Stakeholder analysis

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Organisations exist in uncertain, changing environment and continually confront new challenge and problems, managers must find solutions to these challenges and problems if organisations are to survive, prosper, and perform effectively (Jones 2004, p.1). In order to attain this objective, it is necessary to investigate that how organisations function and how they affect and are affected by the environment. The organisation is the collection of people working together to achieve a common purpose (DuBrin 2002, p. 256). According …

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