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Using the 13 point checklist in Value-Based Approach

A 13-point checklist is used for determining whether a company is ready for a values-based stakeholder approach for all internal operations.

Complete the following:
1. Read the 13-point checklist and consider which two points are least practiced by companies today. State the two points and give examples. (see attachment)

2. Explain why you think this is a common weakness for companies.

(Roughly 2 paragraphs for response)

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The two areas on the 13 point checklist that seem to be the least practiced in business these days are #4 and #6.

4) The % of employee's activities focused on building Stakeholder relationships.

It seems in today's increasingly competitive marketplace, the focus of most companies on the stakeholder relationship has been removed from the employees and been replaced by targets, goals, and metrics that are purely aligned with internal objectives with little focus on stakeholders ever explained. The common employee on the shop floor will spend the majority of their career focused on day to day tasks that help the company with little information about the Stakeholder ever taken place.

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Using the 13 point checklist - determining whether a company is ready for a values-based stakeholder approach for all internal operations.

Checklist and evaluation are attached in the solution.

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