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  • Howard Schultz's Original Strategic Vision For Starbucks
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    1. What are the key elements of Starbucks's strategy as of 2004? The key elements of Starbuck's strategy were as follows: a. Grow the business by constantly adding more stores around the world: The Company has had tremendous success in opening stores around the world. It has applied its global strategy effectively and has enjoyed increase in sales from global operations. b. Store design, planning and construction are also part of the strategy. The company began to create its own in house archite...
  • Growth And Success Of Starbucks
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    There were praises, cheers, and stories at the last Starbucks annual shareholders meeting. This was the last meeting for one of Starbucks' most successful executives, Orin Smith. As the 62-year old Smith retires this month as Starbuck's CEO, he will be remembered for his leadership in the company by turning the inspiration and vision behind Starbucks into a reality. When previous CEO Howard Shultz approached Smith to join the Starbucks team in 1990, there were only approximately 45 stores in the...
  • Fat And Calories Is Starbucks
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    Social Responsibilities: 1. Health Aspect a. Find better ways to cut down on fat and calories Is Starbucks adding to the growing weight problem with American society? You be the judge. I personally was shocked at the nutritional facts on their products (Figure 1). Some fast food places offer healthier products than some of the Starbucks products (Figure 2). The nutritional facts circled in red in figure 1 and figure 2 shows that one cup of Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Cr'e me with whip is less nutrit...
  • Starbucks Operational Planning
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    Millions of Americans these days depend on the glorious caffeine rich nectar provided to them daily by the local Starbucks chain store. With its humble roots firmly planted in Seattle, Washington, this little coffee shop has turned from a novel idea, into a veritable necessity for Americans on the go. The amazing success of Starbucks can be attributed, in part, to operational planning. Starbucks has become a well-known company for selling the highest quality coffee beans and best tasting coffee ...
  • Support Of Starbucks Four Business Units
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    However, there is no possibility for anything to be always good. As most organizations have weaknesses, the Starbucks is not an exception out of this. Several parts of the Starbucks Company are growth sensitive and therefore not very competitive. This can pose as a large problem in an organization trying to take advantage of a rapidly expanding market. Areas such as quality of employment can become difficult. With each expanding business unit, Starbucks has to provide each employee with training...
  • Starbucks Supply Chain Operations
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    The organizational structure of Starbucks is very flat in encourages competitive ideas from all levels of the company. Starbucks places a great deal of effort into seeking the thoughts and opinions of its employees, and they value what they have to say, because they are the ones in direct contact with the companys customers. The head office managers keep in touch with the field people, and have meetings to collect questions and gave answers about any topics, in a type of open forum atmosphere. S...

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