Case Study

Vale going global (B)

12 pages
April 2012
Reference: IMD-4-0313

In 2006, Vale continued on its path to change from being an iron ore mining company, with a “state-owned” Brazilian mindset, to one that is characterized as a “global, diversified mining” company. This case explains the changes Vale made in its structures and processes to support its vision of becoming a truly global, diversified mining company.

Learning Objective

Changing organizational culture in a large, diversified company.

Keywords
Culture Change, Organizational Culture, Strategic Leadership
Settings
Global, Brazil
2006 to 2008
Type
Field Research
Copyright
© 2012
Available Languages
English
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