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MBA 611 Org. Leadership

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Transcript of MBA 611 Org. Leadership

MBA 611: Organizational Leadership
Leadership Presentation
Employee: Jim Sinegal
Hire date: 1954
Position: Bagger
Supervisor: Sol Price
Company: FedMart*
Next career adventure:
eventually became their Vice President
1st Location: Seattle Warehouse
Finally launching
COSTCO
with entrepreneur:
Jeffery Brotmen
James (Jim) Sinegal
Born: January 1, 1936
Raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1955: Attended San Diego Junior College
Received Associates of Arts
CEO & President of COSTCO
RETAILING
Price Club
company is built on "word of mouth"
simplicity
no gimmicks
Skills
Approach
Theory
Traits
Why Jim Sinegal is a successful leader:
1976
joining
COSTCO
-"Give before you get"

- surround yourself with the right people

-"Keep everything as simple as possible"

- people are what make a business work
great benefits for employees

selling merchandise close to cost builds a loyal customer base

keep office door open

recognize mistakes
trustworthy
intuition
team player
humble
Company's Culture
customer service/focused

good thinker/ idea developer

engage
What's the big hype?
Sinegal decided he was ready to launch his own company . . .
the
RIGHT
item
in the
RIGHT
quantity
at the
RIGHT
price
at the
RIGHT
time
in the
RIGHT
condition
"No one
RIGHT
is more important than the next"
"The Six Rights"
7th Right
hiring the right employee
While working at FedMart, Jim found his true passion in life:
wholesale
obey the law
taking care of employees
keeping inventory lean
trust
hardworking
teamwork
quality customer service
competitive pricing
treasure hunt layout
Price Club
merges with
COSTCO wholesale
1983
Founder of FedMart, Sol Price
SOLD FedMart
& began a competing business called ...
Price Club
Jim Sinegal's
- a membership discount store -
Attended
San Diego State University while working at:
stopped attending San Diego State University
Decided to climb the corporate ladder to...





Vice President of Merchandising & Operations of FedMart
1983
combined ideas from FedMart* & Price Club such as:
membership
limited selection
pricing
strong label program
Superb
Communication
Skills
Inspires
Trust
Ability to
Empower Others
Transformational Leadership
Qualities
Vision
Self-Confidence
High Risk
Orientation
High Energy/Action
orientation
Relational
Power Base
Minimum
Internal Conflict
Self-Promoting
Personality
1993
items are marked up no more than 15%
“It’s funny the way things work out. You go in search of one thing and end up finding something else."

-Han Solo
10 years later...
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