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Why are interests of stakeholders important when designing the organization and its goals? What are the primary differences between an organization designed for efficient performance and one designed for learning and change? Which type do you think would be easier to manage? Why?

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Why are interests of stakeholders important when designing the organization and its goals?

It is important to consider the perspectives of stakeholders as they are the individuals or organizations who stand to gain or lose from the success or failure of the company. They can have positive or negative views on a given project and a design must meet the business needs of the company and it must be supported by the members of the management team for it to be actually implemented. Stakeholder's analysis is the tool of the organization designer for synthesizing the complex disparate worldviews and to insure that he/her recommendations also fit the business requirements.
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The solution discusses the reasons why the interests of stakeholders are important in designing the organization and its goals; the primary differences between an organization designed for efficient performance and one designed for learning and change and the type which would be easier to manage. References are included.

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