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Organizations are complex systems with multiple stakeholders. Sometimes the interests of various stakeholders can conflict. For your initial post to this discussion, please give an example of a business process where the interests of two (or more) stakeholders are in opposition. For your second posting, choose an example of such a conflict posted by another student, and suggest a way that the business process can be changed so that the interests of the stakeholders can be brought into sync

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Most manufacturing company's major internal conflicts in dealing with stakeholders boils down to the "big 3" .... Quality, Engineering, and Operations.

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Most manufacturing company's major internal conflicts in dealing with stakeholders boils down to the "big 3" .... Quality, Engineering, and Operations. Operations is always in the go faster, do more in less time for as cheap as possible ( labor)... where Quality is standing in their way saying wait a minute, this defect has to be addressed, we must slow down and inspect out these issues, etc..... ...

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