Wal Mart organizational culture

The legacy of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton is a distinct organizational culture the 'Wal-Mart Way' . In this culture, managers practice a form of servant leadership and every employee is known as an 'associate'. Everyone is on a first name basis. Associates are empowered to adapt to local circumstances and are encouraged to try out their own ideas. The culture emphasizes experimentation and trial. Sam Walton's competitive spirit has also been instilled in the associates where there is great...

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