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Aligning footprint mitigation activities with relevant stakeholders.

Aligning footprint mitigation activities with relevant stakeholders.
Aligning footprint mitigation activities with relevant stakeholders.
Corporate footprints are growing in complexity and becoming more difficult to fully mitigate. We propose a framework for managing the unmitigated portions of corporate footprints, which distinguishes four types of mitigation activities. The assumptions underlying this framework include a) all companies should work to optimize the mitigation of its footprints, b) footprints cannot be fully mitigated by satisfying any one set of stakeholder expectations, c) effective stakeholder relationships consume organizational resources, d) appropriate relationships with different stakeholders leads to optimal footprint mitigation and e) both broader societal and directly impacted community interests need to be satisfied. After discussing the four types of mitigation activities, we review the stakeholder relationships associated with each of them.
239-252
Routledge
Falkenberg, Loren
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Liu, Xiaoyu
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Kano, Liena
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Schaefer, Reiner
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Lindgreen, Adam
Maon, Francois
Vanhamme, Joelle
Palacios Florencio, Beatriz
Vallaster, Christine
Strong, Carolyn
Falkenberg, Loren
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Liu, Xiaoyu
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Kano, Liena
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Schaefer, Reiner
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Lindgreen, Adam
Maon, Francois
Vanhamme, Joelle
Palacios Florencio, Beatriz
Vallaster, Christine
Strong, Carolyn

Falkenberg, Loren, Liu, Xiaoyu, Kano, Liena and Schaefer, Reiner (2018) Aligning footprint mitigation activities with relevant stakeholders. In, Lindgreen, Adam, Maon, Francois, Vanhamme, Joelle, Palacios Florencio, Beatriz, Vallaster, Christine and Strong, Carolyn (eds.) Engaging With Stakeholders A Relational Perspective on Responsible Business. Routledge, pp. 239-252.

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Abstract

Corporate footprints are growing in complexity and becoming more difficult to fully mitigate. We propose a framework for managing the unmitigated portions of corporate footprints, which distinguishes four types of mitigation activities. The assumptions underlying this framework include a) all companies should work to optimize the mitigation of its footprints, b) footprints cannot be fully mitigated by satisfying any one set of stakeholder expectations, c) effective stakeholder relationships consume organizational resources, d) appropriate relationships with different stakeholders leads to optimal footprint mitigation and e) both broader societal and directly impacted community interests need to be satisfied. After discussing the four types of mitigation activities, we review the stakeholder relationships associated with each of them.

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Published date: 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 455825
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/455825
PURE UUID: a57995c9-7b37-4936-9644-5a936dc71d4e

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Date deposited: 05 Apr 2022 17:34
Last modified: 05 Apr 2022 17:34

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Author: Loren Falkenberg
Author: Xiaoyu Liu
Author: Liena Kano
Author: Reiner Schaefer
Editor: Adam Lindgreen
Editor: Francois Maon
Editor: Joelle Vanhamme
Editor: Beatriz Palacios Florencio
Editor: Christine Vallaster
Editor: Carolyn Strong

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