Shared Values was produced for Kimberly-Clark's 125th anniversary. It is about four founders, the values they committed to paper in 1872 and the unique culture they created that is still vital to the company's operation today. The book tells the stories behind five defining moments in Kimberly-Clark's history and explains how those moments shaped the present-day business. Also told in considerable detail is the story of Scott Paper, a 1996 acquisition that broadened K-C's product line along with its worldwide distribution system. The book identifies the similarities of the two companies' corporate cultures and shows why the merger was such a perfect fit.
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