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X100 Project 1 layout/ideas/information Target Corporation 1) a. High Performance b. 1. Innovation 2. Management 2) a. Target b. Minneapolis, Minnesota c. 1902 d. 351,000 e. Target Greatland, SuperTarget, Pfresh stores, GiftCards, Mobile GiftCards, Clear Rx g. Expect More, Pay Less h. Research shows that 96 percent of people recognize the Target bulls-eye of Apple and the Nike Swoosh i. National Federation of the Blind (NFB) granted Target.com with NFB-NVA Gold Level Certification for ensuring equal access to blind and visually impaired users. – 2010 Human Rights Campaign gives Target a perfect score of 100 percent on the Corporate Equality Index and “Best Places to Work” survey – 2010 BusinessWeek ranked Target 7th on their "Best Internships" list – 2009 Women's Wear Daily ranks Target 7th on a list of Ideal Employers, based on a survey of more than 2,000 undergraduates interested in the fashion, retail and apparel sector – 2009 Business Week magazine recognizes Target as 8th out of 69 companies for Being a Great Place to Launch a Career – 2009 Forbes ranked Target 41st on their list of “America’s Most Reputable Companies” – 2009 Ethisphere Magazine ranks Target among the World’s Most Ethical Companies – 2009 DiversityInc named Target one of its “25 Noteworthy Companies for Diversity” – 2009 Institutional Investor Magazine named Target one of “America’s Most Shareholder-Friendly Companies,” topping the list among retailers – 2009 Forbes named Target one of “America’s Most Popular Stores,” citing the latest findings by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) – 2009 Governance Metrics International (GMI) recognized Target as “Best in Class
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for Corporate Governance” – 2009 Fortune Magazine ranked Target 19th of 363 companies on their list of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” – 2009 Black College Magazine ranked Target 11th among the “Top 100 Employers of the Class of 2009” – 2009 0 (sites.target.com) 1 2 3) a. Discount, variety retail 0 b. – Rise of showcase stores and super-merchandisers 0 - For the long term in the U.S., a decline in consumer spending and debt, along with an increase in saving 4) a. Gregg Steinhafel (CEO/President) b. Douglas A. Scovanner (Executive Vice President/CFO) c. Michael R. Francis (Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer) 3 5) a. Diversity policy : -“The Strength of Many. The Power of One”—works with vendors and contractors that are owned by minorities or women. -Has a cross-functional diversity steering committee chaired by a member of senior management. -Minority recruitment: sought by attending minority jobs fairs, placing ads in minority media, positing positions in areas of high minority populations, and attending national meetings of minority organizations -Diversity training: have courses such as Managing Inclusion and Multicultural Workplace c. Philanthropy : -Gives over 3 million a week to communities where it operates (5 percent
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