The Nature of Relationships between Intelligent Enterprise Stakeholders within a Competitive Pole: A New Perspective
As a key agent in a competitive pole, intelligent enterprise includes, as well as other organizations that provide goods and services, the various categories of stakeholders. Due to the large number of stakeholders, relationship management of them at intelligent enterprise level presents a high degree of complexity. This involves precisely identifying of relevant stakeholder groups and how relationships with them can be effective managed in the business model. This paper aims to provide a new perspective of the complex system of relationships that exist between the main stakeholders of an intelligent enterprise within a competitive pole structures and also intends to propose a framework that can support managers of such organization in assessing and estimating the models reactions and actions required to manage dynamic relationships with its stakeholders.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (Decembre)
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