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Howard Schultz
Starbucks
Second family
Being involved in community
Opportunity to grow
Sense of ownership
Inspired during travel in Italy
1983
1984
Failed to convince Starbucks founders
1985
Set up Il Giornale
1987
Acquired Starbucks and the legend begins
1992
Initial public offering
1996
International expension starting from Japan
2000
Howard Schultz picked Orin Smith to be president and chief executive officer.
2008
Howard Schultz back to CEO position
& lead Starbucks to new development phase
2011
40th anniversary
$10.7 billion
Revenue
16,850
Shops in
40
Countries
Top Coffee Retailer
an average of two NEW stores
on a daily basis since 1987
Santa Fe Springs, Calif. has the highest concentration with 560 Starbucks stores within 25 miles
Starbucks had 137,000 employees or "partners" as they call them in 2010. This is twice the population of Greenland.
The average Starbucks customer visits the store 6 times per month while a loyal 20% of customers go to the stores 16 times per month
Partnership
Starbucks' Secret Ingredient
Howard Schultz
Born in 1953
NYC Brooklyn
Blue-collar Family
His childhood imprints his leadership and leads him to Starbucks' success today.
I carried a scar and a burden for many years from being part of a family facing unbelievable hardships and the fracturing of the American Dream.
By Howard Schultz
That Key Moment...
I want to build the kind of company my father never had a chance to work for, where you would be valued and respected no matter where you came from, the color of your skin, or your level of education.
By Howard Schultz, Pure your heart into it
Responsiveness
Authentic
Howard Schultz's
Central Leadership Values
Mission of Starbucks:
To inspire and nurture the human spirit one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.
Early on I realized that I had to hire people smarter and more qualified than I was in a number of different fields, and I had to let go of a lot of decision-making. I can't tell you how hard that is. But if you've imprinted your values on the people around you, you can dare to trust them to make the right moves
By Howard Schultz, Pour into your heart
In this ever-changing society, the most powerful and enduring brands are built from the heart. They are real
and sustainable. Their foundations are stronger because they are built with the strength of the human spirit, not
an ad campaign. The companies that are lasting are those that are authentic.”
By Howard Schultz, Pour into your heart
I was imprinted by meeting very different types of people. Diversity is not something I had to learn. I lived it.
By Howard Schultz, Pour your heart into it
The Future
?
Dignity & Respect
Empowerment
Employee Benefit Programs
Down to Earth
Drive to Diversity
Young, successful companies usually have sense of community. But sustaining it with the onset of maturity can be another matter.
Mintzberg Henry, Rebuilding companies as communities
Communityship
Trust
&
Always take people serious,


them and respect their
MORAL BEHAVIOR
DIVERSITY
PARTICIPATION
PEOPLE
Our from Howard Schultz
RESPECT
DIGNITY
are key to corporate success
fosters business success
conducting business

striving to do the things
ETHICALLY
RIGHT
pays off
DELEGATION
&
LEARNINGS
Diversity
Lesson 1:
Dig deep to identify what you are truly passionate about and convey that message to employees, customers, and colleagues. 
Key Trait #1: You must have a vision
Lesson 2:
Inspire your colleagues, investors, or employees by painting a picture of a world made better by your service, product, company, or cause.
Lesson 3:
The ability to use stories to get people to buy into one's vision with their hearts
Leadership Traits of Schultz
Key Trait #2: You must have passion
Key Trait #3: You must learn to be a great decision maker
Q-CAT
Q = Quick. Be quick but not hasty.
C = Committed. Be committed to your decision but not rigid.
A = Analytical. Be analytical, but don't over-analyze
T = Thoughtful. Be thoughtful about all concerned, but don't be obsessive.
Key Trait #4: You must be a team builder
Key Trait #5: You must have character
Schultz's Personal Leadership 
Style
Democratic
Inspirational
Transformational
Ethical
AUTHENTIC
LEADER
Self awareness
Lead with your heart
Develop and Practice Your Solid Values
Understand
not just your organization
YOURSELF
not just the organization’s or someone else’s
BUT YOURS
not just with your
HEAD
Howard Schultz as a Servant Leader
“Ultimately, Starbucks can’t flourish and win customers’ hearts without the passionate devotion of our employees.In Business, that passion comes from ownership, trust, and loyalty.”
Vision, far sightseeing, integrity and servitude
Servant leaders - “serve others,” while remaining pay attention on achieving result in line with the organization’s value and integrity.
Howard Schultz as a Servant Leader
“Give to your employee, all that you can.Give to your stakeholders what they expected.Act with integrity and loyalty to anyone you come in contact with.And be servant to anyone who you leader.”
Team:
Cheng Chen
Dipali Agarwal
Niketa Sunkusatish
Rayk Niemietz

By Howard Schultz, Pour Your Heart Into It
By Howard Schultz, Pour Your Heart Into It
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