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WAL-MART CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM March 24, 2014
Change Management Program
Wal-Mart Human Resource Change Management Program
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WAL-MART CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM March 24, 2014
Executive Summary
The consultant, Ms. Myra Howie, lead a baseline assessment of existing personnel
systems within the Wal-Mart limited and its subsidiaries. She engaged herself in detailed
coordination and information sharing as a HR change management expert and identified the
deviations of key factors like policy, procedure, or initiative that needs to be changed. She
emphasized in complete research for applying Innovative strategies in order to reduce such
liabilities as well as alternatives for each selected process to mitigate risks. She actively
participated in this study along with the Court Administration Advisor, Mr. Joseph DeLuca and
HR risk Management Expert Ms. Annie Rudolph. This consultancy has taken place in New
Jersey, USA from 2 Oct 12 Oct 2013.
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Sam Walton was franchising a store in late 1940’s, and then he had a simple yet effective
idea. Like all other retailers Walton deals with suppliers in order to earn profit. It is reality that a
retailer bargains his suppliers without changing prices of his store products and put extra profit in
his pocket. Walton by contrast planned to pass his savings to ultimate consumer and earn his
profit by extending volume. This innovative and momentous idea leaded him to launch Wal-Mart
in 1962. His business got so much excellence that he became richest man in U.S.A in 1980’s.
Wal-Mart is one of three largest U.S Hypermarkets and Supercenters that provide
consumer staples goods on large level. This Store leads as a 72% of the whole market share. The
plan to extend its retail are for future growth would directly impact upon its net sales by cutting

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 Change Management Program Wal-Mart Human Resource Change Management Program Your name Your instructor’s name Executive Summary The consultant, Ms. Myra Howie, lead a baseline assessment of existing personnel systems within the Wal-Mart limited and its subsidiaries. She engaged herself in detailed coordination and information sharing as a HR change management expert and identified the deviations of key factors like policy, procedure, or initiative that needs to be changed. She emphasized in complete research for applying Innovative strategies in order to reduce such liabilities as well as alternatives for each selected process to mitigate risks. She actively participated in this study along with the Court Administration Advisor, Mr. Joseph DeLuca and HR risk Management Expert Ms. Annie Rudolph. This consultancy has taken place in New Jersey, USA from 2 Oct – 12 Oct 2013. Term of Reference Sam Walton was franchising a store in late 1940’s, and then he had a simple yet effective idea. Like all other retailers Walton deals with suppliers in order to earn profit. It is reality that a retailer bargains his suppliers without changing prices of his store products and put extra profit in his pocket. Walton by contrast planned to pass his savings to ultimate consumer and earn his profit by extending volume. This innovative and momentous idea leaded him to launch Wal-Mart in 1962. His business got so much excellence that he became richest man ...
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