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Target Corporation: Culture, Values and Assumptions

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1. For the attached file, define the culture. I need help in uncovering the shared values and basic assumptions of the Target Corporation? Please see the attached file on Target below.

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1. For the attached file, define the culture. I need help in uncovering the shared values and basic assumptions of the Target Corporation? Please see the attached file on Targe below.

The attached file on Target is very informative. One approach is to go through the article, and highlight the values that are either directly mentioned or information that implies certain values. Please see the attached article with the downloaded article at the end of the response, which I have highlighted and provided comments regarding culture highlighted in brackets and red ink.

Some of the shared values of the Target Corporation ...

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Based on the attached file, this solution defines the culture by uncovering the shared values and basic assumptions of the Target Corporation.

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