bribery customer service economic espionage target marketing A Procter Gamble

Bribery customer service economic espionage target

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bribery customer service economic espionage target marketing A Procter & Gamble recently charged that competitors photographed its plants and product lines, stole a sample of its cookie dough and infiltrated a confidential sales presentation to learn about its technology, recipe and marketing plan. The competitors paid Procter & Gamble $120 million after a lengthy dispute. This is an example of: bribes. customer service. economic espionage. target marketing. C Among the many issues the organizers for the Qatar FIFA World Cup are facing, it has been reported that they 'wined and dined' FIFA organizers to win the privilege of hosting the World Cup in the first place. This is an example of: bribery. customer service. espionage. target marketing. A Transparency International is an organization that is responsible for: monitoring how developed nations deal with developing nations. setting down procedures for ethical international business based on Napoleonic Code. monitoring bribery on a worldwide scale. creating an acceptable international code of ethics C
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Lululemon is known to have a corporate culture that encourages healthy living, ecoconsciousness, and community involvement. A corporate culture is defined as: is a formalized method for controlling the marketing environment. is the set of accepted standards and practices within a given industry by its principal members. C. is the description of both ethical and behavioural attributes of "white collar" versus "blue collar" workers in the Canadian business environment. D. is a set of values, ideas, and attitudes that is learned and shared among the members of an organization. D IBM proudly describes itself in the dress ("We don't wear ties"), sayings ("The IBM Way"), and manner of work (team efforts) of employees. This is a description of the IBM's: operational code. mission environment. socialization process. corporate culture. D Lava.com is an Internet company that helps other organizations put concepts that they hope will let them dominate the market in their industry into action. In its promotion, it states, "We ignore the rules, and we let no obstacle stand in your company's way-no matter how bold or impossible your idea may seem." The company is composed of eighteen bright young Internet experts. They work in one large room, which also contains dartboards, a pool table, and a meditation center. If you were to walk into the office, it would be next to impossible to tell the company owners from its lowest ranking employee. This is a description of the Internet company's:
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operational code. corporate culture. socialization process. environmental strategy. B A local business has created a working environment, where they are known to 'work hard and play hard.' While the staff is expected to put in long hours in the office, the management frequently pays for the staff to go on relaxing vacations and experience fun corporate retreats.
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