The following book presents a textbook example of dealing with corporate social responsibility and a dynamic stakeholder environment through the Camisea case. The Camisea case, named after the Peruvian region in which Shell’s gas exploration project took place in the nineties, shows in detail how a company can learn from its negative experiences, and how it can turn them into a new form of governance to successfully lead projects that respect social, ecological and economic concerns. Managers are constantly reminded to be open and transparent with their stakeholders – they should listen and learn in order to receive and maintain their licence to operate. This book demonstrates the kind of challenges that occur from these posits within a global and continually changing stakeholder environment. It is difficult for managers, economists, and business scholars to accept the fact that in projects similar to Camisea, a predefined management plan is not always the best plan to follow. Rather, new forms of governance similar to those comprehensively described in this book need to be applied.
|Bibliografische Darstellung||Schmitt, Ruth (2007). Dealing with an Open Stakeholder Society - An Investigation into the Camisea Project. 1. Aufl. Bern: Haupt Verlag.|
|Autorinnen und Autoren||Schmitt, Ruth|
|Sprache der Publikation||Englisch|
Ruth Schmitt Prof. Dr. oec. publ. (Persönliches Profil)