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Copy of Copy of Warfare in Toyland
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Rapid changing environment
The doll business, worth more than $ 10 billion a year in sales
Bratz enter the market
Bratz doll segment target
Bratz doll specifications
Mattel with Babie dolls
Barbie was world’s best-selling doll, became an American icon
of Mattel’s toy sales in the 1990s
management strategy error in 2000s
Warfare in Toyland
30% drop in sales of Mattel
Ken back to the market
Suit agianst MGA
Judge on MGA to stop using Bratz name
1. What business model and strategies made Mattel the industry leader?
Focused on customer groups (young girls or their mother)
Their strategy was to develop a doll that represents how the ideal women should look like.
Continually creative and they also knew how to acquire and keep their customers by creating more products from the one in the market and later enhance it.
Q2: What strategies have its rival, MGA, pursued that have threatend its Competitve Position?
Satisfies the desires
Expanding sales overseas
Q3: What new strategies does Mattel need to pursue to regain its competitive advantage
Strategies to manage Rivalry