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Newell Company - Corporate Strategy

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Newell Company - Corporate Strategy

Newell Company: Corporate Strategy

This case presents an example of a real world dilemma for corporate executives. It is not enough for a company to have superior historical financial performance for the financial markets. These markets will put a premium on a company only if the business strategy is sound and the plans for future growth are solid. Under such constant pressures for growth, company executives constantly look for the “hidden gems” in other companies, geographical areas, and product lines. Often these decisions are rushed and as a result good and solid companies get punished severely from some simple mistakes along the valuation process.

Newell’s Competitive Advantages - Newell’s competitive advantage lies primarily with the strength of its management and its time-proven techniques of selling to the large mass-retailers high-volume/low-cost products. Newell, through time, has been able to master a set of operational procedures in which relatively small and inefficient companies are redesigned operationally and their efficiencies and service level improved, thus appealing more to the mass-retail industry. Newell has

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