The Love Candy Shop: How do effective organizations really work?
Paul Ingram  | Fall 2011
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At its simplest, an organization is a vehicle designed to take the input of strategy and produce the outcome of performance. Just like the human body, an organization must work well if anything is to be achieved; however, the contributions of organizational design to collective achievement are often slighted. This case outlines a model of effective organizational design through the example of the Love Candy Shop, a Malibu-based chocolate store that has grown into a company with almost $30 million in annual sales.

Case ID: 110410

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