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Mattel’s China Experience: A Crisis in Toyland Unit 4 1 Unit 4: Mattel’s China Experience: A Crisis in Toyland Kaplan University School of Business and Management MT 460 Management Policy and Strategy Nadine T. Lawrence Professor: Dr. Dryce Date: Nov. 13, 2010
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Mattel’s China Experience: A Crisis in Toyland Unit 4 2 Introduction Running a business is stressful and it is up to the CEO of the company to make sure that all parts of the company are functioning at a level that will lead to success and provide safety not only to its workers, but also to its customers that purchase the company’s products. Mattel would learn that its company had a responsibility to make sure that the manufacturing company it used in China to produce it products were following safety regulation in the making of its toys. Synopsis of the Situation Mattel a leading toy company found its having to recall many of its products. The company that Mattel was paying in China to manufacture many of its toys was using paint which contained lead. The lead levels exceeded the U.S federal safety regulation when it came to toys. The excess levels of lead caused
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This homework help was uploaded on 12/27/2010 for the course MT 460 taught by Professor Donnadimatteogibson during the Fall '10 term at Kaplan University.

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