Stakeholder conflict

IB Business Management: Stakeholder conflict

"There is no greater enemy of effective thinking than divided interest." ~ John Dewey, How We Think (1910)Different stakeholder groups have different interests, which can conflict. Conflict refers to the mutually exclusive and incompatible interests of different stakeholder groups. If this is not managed, it often leads to protracted disagreements, disputed and arguments in the workplace.Examples of possible conflict...


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