Stakeholders

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Stakeholders

  1. 1. LEARNING INTENTIONS Understand the meaning of stakeholders Understand the 2 types of stakeholders in a business Beable to identify internal stakeholders in a business and in a school
  2. 2. Who are Stakeholders? Stakeholders are people or groups of people who have aninterest in the activities of the business.
  3. 3. INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL There are 2 types of Stakeholders: INTERNAL EXTERNAL These are the These are thepeople who are people who areinvolved inside involved outside the business. of the business.
  4. 4. INTERNAL AND EXTERNALSTAKEHOLDERS IN A BUSINESS INTERNAL EXTERNAL OWNERS CUSTOMERS MANAGERS SUPPLIERS EMPLOYEES LENDERS (BANK)
  5. 5. Stakeholders in Ashfield Girls’
  6. 6. InternalStakeholders in Ashfield Girls’ Principal Teachers Pupils Non-Teaching staff – • Canteen staff • Cleaners • Classroom assistants • Receptionists
  7. 7. Quiz
  8. 8. Questions•Question 1•Question 2•Question 3•Question 4•Question 5•Question 6•Question 7
  9. 9. Who are stakeholders? People who are interested in a business. People who are not interested in business.
  10. 10. What are internal stakeholders? People who are involved inside the business. Peoplewho are involved outside of the business.
  11. 11. Which stakeholder is not internal?  Owners  Employees  Managers  Suppliers
  12. 12. What are external stakeholders? Peoplewho are involved inside the business. Peoplewho are involved outside of the business.
  13. 13. Which stakeholder is not external?  Suppliers  Customers  Government  Employees
  14. 14. What are customers interested in, in the business? How much profit the business makes. The products the business makes.
  15. 15. What are employees interested in, in the business? Making sure they keep their jobs. How much profit the business makes.

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