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81.Kowalski’s Markets expanded in 2002 by purchasing four existing stores. One of the stores was located in Minneapolis’s Camden neighborhood, a lower-class community unlike the store’s typical upscale customer demographic. Rather than sell the property, the owners decided they had an obligation to provide a neighborhood grocery store to that community. Which of the following is an example of a primary stakeholder group for Kowalski’s markets?

a.community activists

b.city licensing agencies

c.customers in the Camden neighborhood

d.newspapers that carry ads for stores

e.all of these

82.The two general categories of stakeholders are __________ stakeholders and __________ stakeholders:

a.primary; secondary

b.reactive; proactive

c.business; nonbusiness

d.relevant; irrelevant

e.pioneering; selective

83.__________ stakeholders are groups, such as shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, governments, and local communities, on which the organization depends for long-term survival.

a.Primary

b.Secondary

c.Functional

d.Conventional

e.Proactive

84.According to the __________ model, management’s most important responsibility is long-term survival (not just maximizing profits), which is achieved by satisfying the interests of multiple corporate stakeholders.

a.economic

b.stakeholder

c.societal

d.social welfare

e.shareholder

85.Which of the following is an example of a stakeholder group that an organization must satisfy to assure long-term survival?

a.suppliers

b.customers

c.employees

d.governments

e.all of these

86.According to the stakeholder model, which primary stakeholder group is theoretically most important to the company?

a.investors

b.customers

c.suppliers

d.employees

e.it depends on the stage of the company

87.Secondary stakeholders are important to a company because:

a.it depends on them for long-term survival

b.they can affect public perceptions and opinions

c.the company is endangered by a termination of their relationship

d.they have the direct power to control management decisions

e.they create an awareness of overt organizational integrity

88.__________ stakeholders are any groups that can influence or be influenced by the company and can affect public perceptions about its socially responsible behavior.

a.Primary

b.Secondary

c.Covert

d.Conventional

e.Reactive

89.Kowalski’s Markets expanded in 2002 by purchasing four existing stores. One of the stores was located in Minneapolis’s Camden neighborhood, a lower-class community unlike the store’s typical upscale customer demographic. Rather than sell the property, the owners decided they had an obligation to provide a neighborhood grocery store to that community.  Which of the following is an example of a secondary stakeholder group for Kowalski’s Markets?

a.animal rights organization protesting the sale of live lobsters

b.Kowalski’s Markets’ customers

c.employees of Kowalski’s Markets

d.investors in Kowalski’s Markets

e.wholesalers who supply the products sold in Kowalski’s Markets

90.Under the stakeholder model, ___________ would be an example of a stakeholder group that does not engage in regular transactions with the company and is not critical to its long-term survival, but can still affect public perceptions and opinions about the company’s socially responsible behavior

a.the media

b.suppliers

c.governments

d.employees

e.shareholders

 

 

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