Case Study

Medtronic: Keeping pace (Abridged)

13 pages
December 2003
Reference: IMD-3-1139

This case study examines the underlying factors that explain the company’s sustained profitable growth, especially over the past decade. It looks at how the company’s leadership team has tried to balance the twin performance demands of growth and profitability, and stockholder and stakeholder satisfaction. The case provides a useful backdrop to discuss how leaders deliver superior and sustained performance for their firms by addressing the underlying strategy and organizational dilemmas.

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© 2003
Available Languages
English
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