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Figure 1: Freeman, R.E. (1984) ‘A History of the Stakeholder Concept’, Strategic Management – A Stakeholder Approach, Pearson Education Ltd;
Figure 2: Freeman, R.E., (1984) ‘Stakeholder's view of Firm’, Strategic Management – A Stakeholder Approach, Pearson Education Ltd;
Figure 4: Adapted from 'The influence landscape', Advanced Human Technologies, www.ahtgroup.com;
Figure 5: Johnson, G., & Scholes, K. (1997) ‘Stakeholder mapping: power-interest’, Exploring Corporate Strategy, Prentice Hall, Pearson Education Ltd;
Figure 6: Power versus interest map, adapted by Johnson, Scholes & Whittington (2008) from A. Mendelow (1991) Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Information Systems, Cambridge, MA, Palgrave.
Figure 7: Development directorate -Stakeholder mapping Spring 2007 © TDA;
Figure 8: Ambrosini, V., Johnson, G., & Scholes, K., (1998) Exploring Techniques of Analysis and Evaluation in Strategic Management, Pearson Education Ltd;
Table 1: Adapted from Luthans (1988) The activities of real managers, p. 128, Vol II, No. 2 The Academy of Management Executive 1988;
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