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    Identify the major stakeholder of Starbucks, analyze the top-management structure, 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.

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    Stakeholders of Starbucks are its management, shareholders, customers, employees, and community (organizations that receive charity contributions from Starbucks (2).
    The top-management structure of Starbucks is three region organizational structure that has China and Asian Pacific, whose president is John Culver, Americas, which has the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Latin America whose president is Cliff Burrows, and EMEA, consisting of Europe, the UK, the Middle East, Russia, and Africa whose president is Michele Gass (2).

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    The response provides you an analysis of Starbucks management and policies . It also gives you the relevant references.

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