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Write about how each of the articles covers the relational aspect of the stakeholder association with business. Are the articles similar or different? What would you take from each of these articles and bring to your organization? Provide examples and research to support your thinking.

Articles:

New Balance: Developing an Integrated CSR Strategy (910M11)

Partnership for Lebanon and Cisco Systems: Promoting Development in a Post-War Context (Q11102)

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--Write about how each of the articles covers the relational aspect of the stakeholder association with business. Are the articles similar or different?

The relational aspect of stakeholder association with business hones on identifying the core interconnected relationships from a company to customers along with subsequent entities included. By doing so the relationships aspect operates on a basis of constantly aiming to sustaining the customer focus and support teams (business partners in stake to having the company succeed), such as, the Cisco article relating towards a member of the PFL. The challenges in creating a business model where the relational aspect entails multi-entities working together for a common goal of services and products as in PFL initiative promotes a strong commitment to corporate social responsibilities. In which, the New Balance article outlined similarities in approach towards ...

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The review into creating corporate social responsibilities within global markets along with business partnerships.

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CASE:

The Clean Power Company, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, has been in operation for 5 years. The company produces an energy regulating device that automatically regulates the use of power sources in homes and businesses. Recently, they have realized that in order to stay in business, they will have to move their operations out of the country. They have purchased approximately 500 acres next to the Chavon River in the southeastern part the Dominican Republic.

The land is totally undeveloped. However, it is located across the river from the Altos de Chavon complex that has shops, restaurants, and other commercial attractions. This land looks like a tropical paradise with palm trees and access to the sea via the Chavon River.

As part of the sales agreement, the seller, Teltac Corporation, has agreed to put in roads, septic systems, and water lines. However, electrical power and sewer lines will be up to Clean Power. Clean Power Company plans to be self sustaining by using solar power. Teltec has informed them that there should be no problems running sewer lines directly into the river as the Chavon River is clean and large and can absorb the waste.

You are the Director of Corporate Development in charge of spearheading the development of this new site. In addition, you are responsible for transitioning US employees to the new location and hiring local employees. You will need to decide which Cincinnati employees will go to the new Dominican Republic location or if the company should rely solely on local Dominican workers.

Clean Power also plans to build a new school for local children to address overcrowding and the lack of basic necessities, technology, and space for the students. Clean Power desires to be a good corporate partner in this community, which has many dirt roads and undeveloped areas.

Management knows that the initial capital outlay in this initiative will drive the price of the stock down, thereby upsetting the shareholders. However, management believes it will prove a sound investment in the long run.

QUESTIONS:

Question A:
What is Clean Power's corporate social responsibility for each ethical issue you have identified in this case?
? Legal
? Economic
? Ethical
? Philanthropic

Question B:
Stakeholder Management - Address the questions below regarding the following stakeholders: the environment, the employees, the customers, the community and the shareholders:
? What are the above stakeholders' interests for each ethical issue or concern you identified? What are the stakeholders' responsibilities for each ethical issue or concern you identified? What are the possible decisions the corporation could make for each ethical issue or concern, and what are the possible effects on the stakeholders?

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