This case assignment is meant to apply the concepts of "organizational stakeholders" to Robert Nardelli, the former CEO of Home Depot. Do some background research on the internet on CEO Nardelli and Home Depot including the MSNBC article listed in your background readings.
Then write a 2-3 page report on the following issues:
Who the are the various stakeholders for Home Depot?
How did this CEO manage the portfolio of stakeholder demands?
How does the present CEO of HOME Depot differ from Nardelli in this regard?
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? This case assignment is meant to apply the concepts of "organizational stakeholders" to Robert Nardelli, the former CEO of Home Depot. Do some background research on the internet on CEO Nardelli and Home Depot including the MSNBC article listed in your background readings.
This case assignment is fairly simple because your instructor allows extensive internet research to be integrated with your paper, along with your "background readings". You will want to begin this assignment by reviewing the links I provided below, which details CEO Nardelli in relation to Home Depot.
Again, I have already researched and organized all sections for you to compile your paper (see below). Also, pursuant to your professor's instructions, I also found MSNBC articles, which may be the same as the one referenced in your background readings.
> Background Research:
? Robert (Bob) Nardelli: ...
This solution of 858 words discusses organizational stakeholders by using the case study of Robert Nardelli, the CEO of Home Depot. It identifies the various stakeholders for Home Depot, how the CEO managed the stakeholder's demands and how changes have been made since Nardelli was forced to resign. All references used are included.