An Investigation of How Customary Nyungar Practices Can Impact Stakeholder Relationships with Industry
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Relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians are based on historical roles and avoidance of ownership for past and current deeds. This thesis uses personal and professional positioning to examine ways to develop more effective relationships by identifying how the principles and values that guide Indigenous stakeholders influence business engagement. Business can play a constructive role towards future Indigenous stakeholder relationships by listening to and acting on the feedback given by local Elders’ in this study.
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