The article presents a case study in which business leaders deal with challenging problems related to poverty, involving multiple stakeholders. This emphasizes the importance of training prospective global leaders to manage stakeholder relationships and engage in stakeholder dialogue. The authors highlight the stakeholder role played by nongovernmental organizations and include a simulation that develops stakeholder dialogue skills. They identify practical lessons and assumptions underlying business education that are not shared by all stakeholders in the context of poverty.
C. Reade, Anne Marie Todd, A. Osland, and J. Osland. "Poverty and the multiple stakeholder challenge for global leaders" Journal of Management Education (2008): 820-840. doi:10.1177/1052562908317445