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Stakeholder Activities

The Cell of Stakeholder Activities is about processes introduced by the company to engage employees, customers and investors. These three are the crucial groups that make the business a success. There are 12 questions to ask to find out the engagement of employees. Similarly, customer satisfaction measures have to be carried out for the customers to speak positively about the company and make more purchases. In this regard, effective communication with good content management is critical as today’s marketing is all about selling without selling, using targeted activities. Finally, the investors, individuals or banks need to be kept engaged to get their blessings and support for the company’s growth.

Have you asked the 12 questions of employee engagement from the employees?
What are the activities planned to entice customers?
How has repeat purchase been ensured?
What are the ways of attracting investors and partners to grow the business?

12 Questions to Understand the Engagement of Employees

By Clicking either Internal or External Dimensions, you will find out Cells and Dimensions that reflect Internal processes and External environmental competitive dynamics.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking a Cell, you will find out what each Cell means in the business management context. Moreover, it will probe you on questions that you should be asking yourself before making strategic decisions.

By Clicking either Internal or External Dimensions, you will find out Cells and Dimensions that reflect Internal processes and External environmental competitive dynamics.

By Clicking either Internal or External Dimensions, you will find out Cells and Dimensions that reflect Internal processes and External environmental competitive dynamics.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.