Publication type: Conference other
Type of review: Peer review (abstract)
Title: Why do we feel responsible? : developing a model of stakeholder responsibility perceptions
Authors : Voegtlin, Christian
Butz, Andreas
DOI : 10.5465/ambpp.2016.15875abstract
Published in : Academy of Management Proceedings
Volume(Issue) : 2016
Issue : 1
Conference details: Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim CA, USA, August 2017
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Academy of Management
ISSN: 0065-0668
Language : English
Subjects : CSR; Managerial perception; Stakeholder salience
Subject (DDC) : 658.4: Executive Management
Abstract: The article forwards a concept of managers’ stakeholder responsibility perceptions. It develops a theoretical framework that specifies antecedents and outcomes related to the degree of responsibility people working in organizations perceive toward specific stakeholders. More specifically, it argues that the degree of stakeholder responsibility is dependent on managers’ perception about their task-related obligations, their relational obligations and their social-welfare obligations. These in turn, are driven by individuals’ value orientation and societal expectations about the job responsibilities of managers. Finally, the perceived degree of responsibility has implications for managers’ integrative stakeholder behavior and has consequences for their well-being. The article discusses moderating influences between responsibility perceptions and the behavioral and psychological consequences. It thereby advances theory on stakeholder salience and prioritization by positioning stakeholder responsibility perception a concept that allows for both/and rather than either/or solutions to stakeholder engagement.
Fulltext version : Published version
License (according to publishing contract) : Licence according to publishing contract
Departement: School of Management and Law
Organisational Unit: Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (ZID)
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