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  • Galbreth, Michael; Waller, Matthew A.; Vincent, Christopher; Hyatt, David G. (2013-05-31)
    CASE OVERVIEW This case presents an interesting and very real dilemma: In 2005, Walmart committed to selling “products that sustain people and the environment.” However, despite environmental and social concerns of the ...
  • Galbreth, Michael; Waller, Matthew A.; Vincent, Christopher; Hyatt, David G. (2013-05-31)
    CASE OVERVIEW This case presents an interesting and very real dilemma: In 2005, Walmart committed to selling “products that sustain people and the environment.” However, despite environmental and social concerns of the ...
  • Carter, Kealy; Jayachandran, Satish (2012-12-10)
    To further encourage students to analyze initial goals in comparison with outcomes over time, we have developed a consumer-oriented case—“Consumers and Sustainability at Walmart: A Student’s Perspective”—that moves beyond ...
  • Spicer, Andrew; Lambdin, Laura (2012-12-10)
    The case “Andy Ruben and the Design of Strategic Goals and Processes” flows from the previous discussion, by moving from the development of an ambitious vision to the challenges of adopting strategic policies and processes ...
  • Hyatt, David G.; Spicer, Andrew (2012-12-10)
    The case “Andy Ruben and the Design of Strategic Goals and Processes” flows from the previous discussion, by moving from the development of an ambitious vision to the challenges of adopting strategic policies and processes ...
  • Hyatt, David G.; Spicer, Andrew (2012-12-10)
    In “Defining Sustainable Products (A),” we examine Walmart’s search for a systemic solution to define a sustainable product precisely. In this case, Matt Kistler, who succeeded Andy Ruben as the company sustainability ...
  • Hyatt, David G.; Spicer, Andrew (2012-12-10)
    in “Defining Sustainable Products (A),” we examine Walmart’s search for a systemic solution to define a sustainable product precisely. In this case, Matt Kistler, who succeeded Andy Ruben as the company sustainability ...
  • Spicer, Andrew; Lambdin, Laura (2012-12-10)
    The first case—“Lee Scott’s Founding Vision”—takes the perspective from the apex of the organization as Walmart’s CEO, Lee Scott, develops and articulates his vision of what Walmart hopes to achieve by pursuing an aggressive ...
  • Hyatt, David G. (2012-12-10)
    In “Peter Redmond and the Search for Sustainable Seafood,” students examine the responses of Peter Redmond, Vice President and Divisional Merchandise Manager of Deli and Seafood, to organizational pressures to make seafood ...

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