A CASE STUDY ON Nike

Jun 18th, 2015
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The Challenge Legal, Cultural, and Ethical Challenges that Nike Faces in Global Business This hub examines the Nike Sweatshop Debate, and addresses the following: a) Summarizes Nike’s case focusing on key points. b) Describes the legal, cultural and ethical challenges that confront Nike as a global business. c) Determines the various roles that the host government played in this particular global business operation. d) Summarizes the strategic and operational challenges facing global managers illustrated in Nike’s case. Nike - Successful Global Business doesn't come without Challenges. Once a company, like Nike, decides to become a global entity, it will often experience an increase in profitability. Unfortunately, companies like Nike must overcome some difficult obstacles before establishing a successful business in a foreign country. Some of the issues of concern are child labor laws, wages, and outsourcing’s effect on sales. Because of this, most widely known companies have presente

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NikeThe ChallengeLegal, Cultural, and Ethical Challenges that Nike Faces in Global BusinessThis hub examines the Nike Sweatshop Debate, and addresses the following:a) Summarizes Nikes case focusing on key points.b) Describes the legal, cultural and ethical challenges that confront Nike as a globalbusiness.c) Determines the various roles that the host government played in this particularglobal business operation.d) Summarizes the strategic and operational challenges facing global managersillustrated in Nikes case.Nike - Successful Global Business doesn't come without Challenges.Once a company, like Nike, decides to become a global entity, it will often experience anincrease in profitability. Unfortunately, companies like Nike must overcome some difficultobstacles before establishing a successful business in a foreign country. Some of the issuesof concern are child labor laws, wages, and outsourcings effect on sales. Because of this,most widely known companies have presented various cases to defend their positions onconducting business in the foreign country. One such example is a Nike sweatshop laborcase that stirred up a large amount of controversy over ethical business practices. Eventhough Nike has attempted to recover from the bad press it received about the sweatshops,it still struggles to defeat the negative feelings from people across the United States. Thus, asummary of the case, the legal, cultural and ethical challenges, an understandi

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