Stakeholder Management

Aims of the course

- To provide students with the knowledge about the concept of stakeholders with an emphasis on the stakeholders’ role in non-profit organizations and integrate this with previously acquired knowledge from core courses in the field of management and organization.
- To prepare students for the identification of stakeholders and their interests in practice, and give them basic tools for predicting and resolving potential conflicts.
- To contribute to a better understanding of the theoretical concepts and practical issues of stakeholder management.

Course syllabus

1. Definition of stakeholders
2. Types of stakeholders
3. Factors of stakeholder influence
4. Stakeholders' interests
5. Modes of stakeholders' influence on organization
6. Management of conflicts between organization and stakeholders
7. Specifics of monitoring the stakeholders interests
8. Examples from business practice

Course director(s)

  • Office Hours
  • Monday at 16:00 in P-327
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