Role Of Stakeholders In Aviation

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3. Stakeholders: Definition:A person, group or organisation that has interest or concern in an organisation.Stakeholders can affect or be affected by the organisation 's actions, objectives and policies. Some examples of key stakeholders are creditors, directors, employees, government (and its agencies), owners (shareholders), suppliers, unions, and the community from which the business draws its resources.Not all stakeholders are equal. A company 's customers are entitled to fair trading practices but they are not entitled to the same consideration as the company 's employees.Stakeholders around the hotel: 3.1. Local governmentThe decisions of government, inevitably affect different groups within society. Increasingly, the government are …show more content…

AirportAirports are of significant economic importance to regional businesses and to the quality of life of residents by providing access to safe, secure, rapid, affordable air transportation services.With the airport operating as a public utility, an inventory of airport stakeholders and their objectives is required to form the basis for evaluating the airport’s performance. To examine the role of the airport stakeholders a precise definition of stakeholders and their goals for the airport is necessary.With the airport operating as a public utility, an inventory of airport stakeholders and their objectives is required to form the basis for evaluating the airport’s performance. To examine the role of the airport stakeholders a precise definition of stakeholders and their goals for the airport is necessary.The organizations that in various ways are customers of the airport have been summarized as “business, commerce, tourism, arts, sports, and education organizations” (Upham 2003). Some organizations are direct users of the airport by importing or exporting services (i.e. business travellers) and goods (raw materials or finished goods). Other organizations are indirect customers of the airport as a result of their customers (e.g. tourists) traveling through the airport. The term “organizations” is used to encompass both for- profit and not-for-profit …show more content…

Civic and Conference Centre—Promise, information, meetings, participation rights.Every city has aspirations and concerns beyond its own borders. For example, when city elects their local officials, The voters not just looking for day-to-day task “managers” — they’re entrusting leaders with their city’s future.One of the greatest tools available to deliver on that promise is the stakeholder meeting. Stakeholder meetings offer a crucial opportunity to provide an update on federal issues and create a plan of action to represent local constituents.Stakeholder meetings convene any and all organizations, individuals, neighbourhoods, officials and businesses who would be affected by proposed changes to federal programs. Each meeting offers an opportunity to share information that educates constituents, gain their buy-in and assistance in advocacy efforts, establish communication channels, and provide transparency to your community about federal advocacy on their

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