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.
IS WAL-MART AN OLIGOPOLY OR A MONOPOLY
Analysis of whether Wal-Mart is an oligopoly or a monopoly. Determines that Wal-Mart is part of both an oligopoly and an oligopsony, but its size gives it the behavioral characteristics of a monopoly with both buyers and sellers.
SUPPORTING WAL-MART IN THE COMMUNITY
Considers a "Call to Action" for community activists who want to support Wal-Mart entering communities; also looks at Wal-Mart's relationship with unions. Includes copies of sources.
Wal Mart Mexico
This paper is about Wal Mart Mexico (Walmex) and the challenges that the company has faced in making this subsidiary a success. Company's strategy. Role of CAFTA of the Bush Administration.
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."
REASONS WHY WAL-MART OPPOSES UNIONIZATION
An opposition study on why unions should not be allowed at Wal-Mart. Issues of worker exploitation, performance, store closings. Includes a one-page outline and copies of sources.
Morality of advertising in legal industry, software industry & Wal-Mart department store.