Case Study on Unilever’s Path to Growth Strategy: Is It Working?
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C. Summary of External Environment It is fast-moving consumer goods with products on sale in more than 170 countries. Their Code of Business Principles commits them to running their operations with honesty, integrity and openness. Their approach is always to investigate, understand and discuss issues of concern and respond.
III. Internal Environment A. Corporate Culture It varies around the world because, naturally, people have different points of view depending on where they live. But some things are consistent, important things that determine how they interact with colleagues and partners, customers and consumers. Most important are their high standards of corporate behavior, which are enshrined in Their Code of Business Principles. They also have high ethical standards, both in terms of