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    Nadler-Tushman Outputs

    In Module 4, we discussed the Nadler-Tushman Congruence Model as it relates to Outputs.
    Restated, the Congruence Model recognizes "Outputs" as existing at the Individual, Group, and Organizational levels.
    Please discuss the Outputs - at all three levels -of your chosen "Best 100" Company. Be thorough and be specific.

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    Nadler Tushman Output for Whole Foods
    According to Nadler Tushman Congruence Model, outputs exist at three levels- organizational, group and individual. The model examines if there exists interdependence between outputs at these three levels.
    Organizational level outputs are shaped by company's mission, vision and values which emphasize "healthy" eating. WFM takes healthy eating beyond just the good for oneself to encompass greater good. Whether anyone is hungry for better food or is simply curious about food, WFM gives a place to shop where value is inseparable from values ("Mission & values", n.d).
    Whole Foods Market enjoys leadership position in organic and natural food segment and is well placed to enjoy the growth in the segment in future. Sales of WFM increased by over 10% to $4.7 billion as of Q1 performance in year 2015 (Kusek, 2015). It hints at the success of WFM in their efforts towards promotion of organic and natural foods.
    While Whole Foods products are priced on higher side the retailer ...

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    The document evaluates output for Whole Foods at three levels

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