The case centres on an offer by Walmart to a fictional company, BabyFreedom, which sells medically necessary organic certified clothing to infants and sustainably produced infant clothes for parents interested in protecting the environment. Up until now, BabyFreedom has remained relatively small and prides itself on being an ethical and environmentally responsible company. If BabyFreedom were to partner with Wallmart it would have to expand radically and change the way it does business, perhaps compromising its mission statement and company values.
BabyFreedom: Stakeholders and Strategy
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- Publisher:Institute of Management Accountants
- Publication year:2019
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- Discipline: Business Ethics, Organizational Culture, Strategic Management & Business Policy
- Contains:Teaching Notes
- Length:2,137 words
Region:Northern AmericaCountry:United States of AmericaState:TexasIndustry:Manufacture of textilesOrganization:fictional/disguisedOrganization Size:Originally Published In:2019). BabyFreedom: Stakeholders and Strategy. IMA Education Case Journal, 12( 1), Article 3.& (Type:Online ISBN:9781529725025Copyright: © 2019 IMA Educational Case Journal. All rights reserved.