Wal-Mart Case Study Responses
This paper answers the three questions at the end of the case study entitled "Wal-Mart: The Challenge of Managing Relationships with Stakeholders."
Examines Wal-Mart's Mexican Adventure -Case Study. Summarizes the strategic and operational challenges facing global managers illustrated in the case study & comments on recent global developments affecting the company in the selected case.
Wal-Mart: Organizational Behavior
This paper examines eight characteristics of Wal-Mart's organizational behavior and development, including leadership, decision-making, psychological factors, motivational theories, group behavior, organizational structure and culture, and change management that have enabled it to achieve such outstanding success.
Wal Mart Analysis
Analysis of benefits to Wal-Mart and its vendors of the company providing its suppliers access to detailed sales information (point-of-sale information) that also benefits customer needs and wants.
store, item by item, day by day". What
advantages are there to Wal-Mart in
sharing this kind of detailed data with
supplier? What disadvantages?
Wal-Mart in Mexico
A discussion of Wal-Mart's Mexican venture (WalMex). Strategic challenges faced by Wal-Mart prior to expansion. The company's two-pronged expansion approach to develop new markets.
Benchmarking Personnel Changes
This paper is based on a case study of a company with an internal communications problem that results in personnel problems. This is compared with Wal-Mart that has problems because it attempts to exploit lower level employees and DaimlerChrysler that has problems becausee there is a serious question concerning the long term viability of the company.
This paper discusses Wal-Mart's success and its advances in the areas of technology, supply chain management, and logistics, as well as historical discriminate against women in terms of wages, which it has recently corrected.