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by Robert Boutilier

  • Author: Robert Boutilier
  • ISBN: 0804763038
  • ISBN13: 978-0804763035
  • ePub: 1214 kb | FB2: 1561 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Economics
  • Publisher: Stanford Business Books; 1 edition (February 12, 2009)
  • Pages: 304
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Stakeholder Politics: Social Capital, Sustainable Development, and the Corporation ePub download

Robert Boutilier is President of Robert Boutilier & Associates, a Vancouver-based consulting firm specializing in stakeholder relations.

Robert Boutilier is President of Robert Boutilier & Associates, a Vancouver-based consulting firm specializing in stakeholder relations. He is also an associate at the Centre for Sustainable Community Development at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver and the Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility in Melbourne.

Once they know these patterns, they can move their networks towards those that foster sustainable community development.

Robert Boutilier is President of Robert Boutilier & Associates, a Vancouver-based consulting firm specializing in stakeholder relations

Robert Boutilier is President of Robert Boutilier & Associates, a Vancouver-based consulting firm specializing in stakeholder relations. More in ity and Corporate Responsibility. Sustainable Innovation.

They need to learn how to both play stakeholder politics and collaborate with stakeholders towards sustainability goals. Most companies have already encountered or anticipated the barriers that this book addresses, and managers will recognize the dilemmas described. Stakeholder Politics is the first book to offer a method for classifying and dealing with these socio-political problems. The book presents a typology of stakeholder networks that will help managers and community leaders.

Robert Boutilier is President of Robert Boutilier & Associates, a Vancouver-based .

Robert Boutilier of Simon Fraser University, Burnaby Read 45. .

Robert Boutilier of Simon Fraser University, Burnaby Read 45 publications Contact Robert Boutilier. This unique book combines a colourful history of Bolivian politics with some of the most advanced quantitative techniques yet developed for socio-political risk analysis. This is the story of how a foreign-owned private sector mining company (Minera San Cristobal - MSC) earned, lost, and regained its social licence to operate View.

sustainable development (walking the walk). They need to learn how to both play stakeholder politics and collaborate with stakeholders towards sustainability goals.

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Measuring the business value of stakeholder relationships. AC Svendsen, RG Boutilier, RM Abbott, D Wheeler.

From metaphor to management tool: How the social license to operate can stabilise the socio-political environment for business. RG Boutilier, L Black, I Thomson. International mine management 2012 proceedings, 227-237, 2012. Frequently asked questions about the social licence to operate. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 32 (4), 263-272, 2014. Measuring the business value of stakeholder relationships. Toronto: CICA (07/01), 2001.

ROBERT BOUTILIER PhD, Centre for Sustainable Community Development, Canada, is a leading expert in how companies can promote community development. Country of Publication.

Corporations are now publicly committed to sustainability. But, beneath the public relations happy face, executives and managers are perplexed. The majority of them have a genuine desire to work in an ethical and sustainable manner, yet, when they engage with their stakeholders for that purpose, they often encounter a world of hardball politics, full of hostile activists, self-interested elites, and unpredictable attacks.

Stakeholder Politics: Social Capital, Sustainable Development and The Corporation gives companies a "how to" guide for addressing the twin problems of maintaining political legitimacy, and promoting sustainable development. The text presents a typology of stakeholder networks that helps managers and community leaders identify and improve the social capital patterns in their own networks. Once they know these patterns, they can move their networks towards those that foster sustainable community development. The book describes vivid cases in which managers and community stakeholders have used the authors' approach successfully, and in addition provides managers with handy tools for predicting and avoiding community-level socio-political risk around stakeholder issues. With its proven and practical approach, Stakeholder Politics promises to be a valuable guide for managers and academics who are invested in sustainable development worldwide and stakeholder issues alike.

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