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Stakeholders and the non-profit organization

You are a nonprofit organization servicing homeless men.
Services include: Finding them housing, offering money management and job training in order for them to find a job.

For this kind of program, you will have many stakeholders such as Employees, government, suppliers, customers/clients, and media.

1. Why are they stakeholders?
2. What qualifies them to be stakeholders?
3. What would be the role of these stakeholders?
4. How will the company benefit from these stakeholders?

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Stakeholders
You are a nonprofit organization servicing homeless men.
Services include: Finding them housing, offering money management and job training in order for them to find a job.

For this kind of program, you will have many stakeholders such as Employees, government, suppliers, customers/clients, and media.

1. Why are they stakeholders?
2. What qualifies them to be stakeholders?
3. What would be the role of these stakeholders?
4. How will the company benefit from these stakeholders?

Introduction
Stakeholders are a crucial part of any organization because without them, the organization would cease to exist. In response to the problem, a basic answer to each of the questions is provided. I encourage you to do further research and build on these ideas.

1.  Why are they stakeholders?

Stakeholders are individuals, groups or organizations who have an interest in the organization. For example the clients, in this case homeless men, as the beneficiaries seek to benefit from the service - their interests are at 'stake' so to speak. Employees are also important stakeholders, because their livelihood is dependent on the ...

Solution Summary

This solution gives a brief outline of the role of various stakeholders within a non-profit organization.

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