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    Organizational Theory: Stakeholder, Ethics, Management Structure

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    identify the major stakeholders in your organization (or one with which you are familiar). Analyze the top-management structure (as explained in Chapter 2), investigate and enumerate the code of ethics (written or not written), and explain the ethical stance of all stakeholders involved in the organization. Identify the relationship among any reward systems and organizational goals and what positive or negative effect there is on employee productivity. Cite concepts and ideas from Chapter 2 to compliment your work.

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    MBA 6001, Organizational Research and Theory

    Course Textbook Jones, G. R. (2013). Organizational theory, design, and change(7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall

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    I work at a regional chain of supermarkets. There are many stakeholders in our organization: Internally, we have the family who owns the company, the employees, and the individuals who loan us money. Our external stakeholders are our customers, suppliers, local, state, and federal government, local communities, and general public. Each of these parties has "an interest or concern in the organization" (BusinessDictionary.com, 2015). Stakeholders on the inside of the company work to provide value for themselves to ensure company growth, job security and a return on investment. The internal stakeholders provide skills and expertise (the owners and employees) and money and capital (the owners and the lenders) (Jones, 2013). They are interested in contributing to grow the business, earn money and comfortable, stable employment, or to earn a return on investment.
    Suppliers, a part of our external stakeholders, supply product to earn money and support their business. Government entities, as external stakeholders, provide laws and regulations in return for "fair and free competition" (Jones, 2013, p. 29) and regulatory fees. The communities in which we operate contribute "social and economic infrastructure" (Jones, 2013, p. 29), gaining employment, taxes, and more revenue for the area (Jones, 2013). Our most important stakeholders are our customers and the general public (Harari, 2008). It is this group of stakeholders that provides support and revenue for the organization to operate. Our organization depends upon ...

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    This detailed post identifies internal and external stakeholders, discusses the management structure of an organization and describes the code of ethics for the company. Also discusses link between reward system and organizational goals. Includes examples and references. APA formatted. Based on G.R. Jones book,Organizational theory, design, and change

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