Inventory Management: WalMart

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Essay #: 061905
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Inventory Management: WalMart
WalMart is a well-known megalithic corporation, founded in 1972 by owner Sam Walton, and growing since then to comprise 8,446 stores employing over 2 million workers, and “serving more than 176 million customers per year” (“Walmartstores.com: History,” n.d.). The primary business of WalMart is retail sales of a very wide array of household and personal goods, reflecting a sort of one-stop-shopping experience for many people. I chose to write about Wal Mart because it is such a large and universally known organization that has achieved an exemplary record of success.
This paper is intended to provide an overview of WalMart organizational structure and inventory management practices. As such, “A companys...
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