Whole Foods Market Slide Show

Whole Foods Market Slide Show - upon Each regional and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/24/10 Whole foods market Chad Marshall, Daniel Campbell, Kevin Irvine, Taryn Lopez Columbia College
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11/24/10 Four Great Purposes 1. The Good Service to others 2. The True Excitement of discovery and pursuit of truth 3. The Beautiful Excellence and the quest for perfection
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11/24/10 business Model: Conscious capitalism
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11/24/10 Whole Foods is considered the Wal-Mart of The all natural Whole Foods is supplied with organic products from China. Whole Foods relies on keeping turnover high, while keeping wages, benefits, and other working conditions poor. The CEO of Whole Foods was accused of Organizational problems
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11/24/10 The Whole Foods CEO relies on running the company using Maslow’s theory of hierarchy of needs. Whole Foods uses a collaboration or coalition approach for decision making. Broad, non detailed ideas are discussed at the executive board level until those ideas are agreed
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Unformatted text preview: upon Each regional and store manager is empowered Organizational approach: Decision making 11/24/10 Organizational Approach: Change Process Regional and store managers have authority with regards to the timing and extent of implementing changes. Whole Foods relies on store performance as the benchmark to measure if the changes were affective. Helps management overcome resistance to change from employees. Gives store managers the flexibility to add to or 11/24/10 Context Dimensions Goals Environment Resource Inputs Organization Products and Service outputs Technology 11/24/10 Context Dimensions Size Employees Stores Infrastructure Life Cycle Stages Entrepreneurial 11/24/10 Organizational Structure Structure Decentralized Autonomous Elements Teams Executive Leadership Team 11/24/10 Decision Making Process Model Non-Traditional Lowest Level Consensus Ability to Reject 11/24/10 Questions...
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