Multiple Stakeholders, Multiple Pathways

It’s an acknowledgment that we’re always thinking about who is at our table and asking ourselves, “Who is missing from the table?” and “What are we missing by not having them at the table?” When you think about what assets we are missing, that’s a very different question.

KATHY TAYLORBlack American Professor of Legal Studies and DEI Consultant1

No matter the size of your business, you have multiple stakeholders—people or groups that play an important role or have a keen interest in the success of the company. Of course, if you are a public company, you have shareholders. Whether you are private or public, you have other stakeholders: users, providers, influencers, ...

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