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    I need between 800 and 900 words on the following:
    Please use Wal-Mart as your model company.

    - Analyze the origin and subsequent evolution of your personal and workplace values.
    - Explain how your individual values drive your actions and behaviors, and analyze the alignment between your values and actions and behaviors.
    - Analyze the degree of alignment between your chosen organization's stated values and the organization's actual plans and actions.
    - Explain the differences and analyze the degree of alignment between your values and the organization's values as reflected by the organization's plans and actions.

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    Please find my analysis of individual values and the organization's values for Wal-Mart as reflected its plans and actions in the attached file.

    Please feel free to ask me any time, if you have any query or you want me to make any changes.

    Values of an individual and organization are very important and integral to study the behavior of an organization (Luthans, 2008, pg. 359). According to Stephen P. Robbins et al. that values of an individual influence their attitude and personality, their working abilities in the organization to achieve the goals and objectives (Robbins, Judge, & Sanghi, 2007, pg. 136).

    Wal-Mart is a well known multinational corporation and it has global presence. The company is operating in various countries of the world successfully by effectively managing its business operations and providing good organizational culture to more than 2,100,000 employees in all over the world (Wal-Mart: Company Overview, 2008). Due to the diversity in the workplace and country, values of all the employees are different, so it is necessary for the management to mage the values of individual to operate effectively in the industry and maintain its position.

    Evolution of Personal and Workplace Values
    Values are the most important element of culture and culture is the compound of values. Both are interconnected to each other (Robbins, Judge, & Sanghi, 2007, pg. 136). The origin of values in the country as well as in an organization is entirely related to the origin of culture and its subsequent development is also related to the development of culture. In the words of Stephen P. Robbins et al. (2007, pg. 136) culture and value are directly proportional to each ...

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