Analysis of power, legitimacy and urgency in the flow of information supporting sustainability-related decisions Namy Espinosa-Orias and Paul N. Sharratt The University of Manchester England.
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Analysis of power, legitimacy and urgency in the flow of information supporting sustainability-related decisions
Namy Espinosa-Orias and Paul N. Sharratt
The University of Manchester
1. Initial remarks2. Stakeholder theory3. The decision-making (DM) process4. Attribute analysis in the DM process5. Case study6. Conclusions
Outline of the presentation
Identify and interpret the link between:
a) the flow of information and
b) the exhibition and perception of attributes
in the decision-making process in the context of sustainability.
Stakes are legitimate if they are in accordance to
socially accepted entities
Stakeholders exhibit power through their ability to influence or produce change, objectives, outcomes and processes.
The urgency of a stake-stakeholder pairing is reflected in the ability to attract attention
c) Stake-stakeholder pairings
To purchase a specific Fairtrade coffee product