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Stakeholder relations a way of viewing your alliances

Pierce, Paul LU (2008)
Abstract
Using stakeholder relationships in order to understand alliances could possibly be one way of getting a

new take on alliances and why they so often fail. During the LUSAX research a number of factors have

emerged that can be said to influence alliances. Having dedicated functions to run and monitor the

alliances, as well as having good relationships with partners that materializes into trust are two such

functions. How then do you understand complex relationships, the different needs and wants that exist

in them and how to you prioritize them? The key is to first understand who the stakeholders are and how

they affect the company and its alliances. By understanding the starting point of... (More)
Using stakeholder relationships in order to understand alliances could possibly be one way of getting a

new take on alliances and why they so often fail. During the LUSAX research a number of factors have

emerged that can be said to influence alliances. Having dedicated functions to run and monitor the

alliances, as well as having good relationships with partners that materializes into trust are two such

functions. How then do you understand complex relationships, the different needs and wants that exist

in them and how to you prioritize them? The key is to first understand who the stakeholders are and how

they affect the company and its alliances. By understanding the starting point of the relationship there is

a better chance of visualizing what an alliance can do and how it can affect the company. (Less)
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alliances, stakeholders, realations
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5 pages
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Lusax security informatics
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English
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new take on alliances and why they so often fail. During the LUSAX research a number of factors have<br/><br>
emerged that can be said to influence alliances. Having dedicated functions to run and monitor the<br/><br>
alliances, as well as having good relationships with partners that materializes into trust are two such<br/><br>
functions. How then do you understand complex relationships, the different needs and wants that exist<br/><br>
in them and how to you prioritize them? The key is to first understand who the stakeholders are and how<br/><br>
they affect the company and its alliances. By understanding the starting point of the relationship there is<br/><br>
a better chance of visualizing what an alliance can do and how it can affect the company.},
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