Stakeholder Considerations and Action Orientation among Managers in the Military

Empirical study of managers in the military and how their action orientation is affected by stakeholder considerations.

Chinta, R., Hagan, M.F. and Sussan, F. (2015). Stakeholder Considerations and Action Orientation among Managers in the Military. Journal of Military and Information Science. 3(1): 4-12

Abstract: 

Regimented experience in the military is believed to train internal managers in the military to focus their attention on internal hierarchical orders with relatively lesser attention given to considerations of outside stakeholders. Data from 102 managers working in U.S. military were used to empirical test the impact of stakeholder considerations on action orientation.  Findings show military managers’ perceptions of stakeholders’ impact their intentions to act.  The study also found the perceived strength of the stakeholder attributes had a direct relationship to both intention to take action and timeliness of intended response.  The paper concludes with implications for future research.

This publication has been peer reviewed.
Publication Type: 
Journal Article
Authors: 
Ravi Chinta, Melvin F. Hagan and Fiona Sussan
Year of Publication: 
2015
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
Journal of Military and Information Science

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