International Business and Politics of Corruption (03:21)
Day 1: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad visits Russia to create a model for 14 new IKEA stores (Megas), and to work with politicians to make his business bribe-free.
International Business: Leadership Style (04:16)
Day 2: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad gives instructions about the model IKEA store in Russia. Kamprad is a deliberate, hands-on leader who treats everyone with respect as he examines all aspects of the new IKEA Megas.
International Business: Location (03:29)
Day 2: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad looks for attractive locations in Moscow for his Megas. He dines with the wealthy politician who owns the privatized land on which Kamprad plans to build his second Mega.
Inspection Tour of IKEA Mega (03:41)
Day 3: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad continues on his inspection tour of an IKEA Mega in Moscow. He insists that the manager make changes that he suggests.
International Business Expansion in Russia (04:13)
Days 4 and 5: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad meets with French businessmen in an IKEA Mega, as the CEO, IKEA Russia would like their business in all Russian expansion stores.
International Business Expansion in Russia (04:17)
Day 6: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad visits Serbia to talk with the governor about expanding IKEA. He examines individual items and makes suggestions about products.
International Business in Russia: Local Manufacturers (06:26)
Day 6: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad tours Russian factories that could make products for the IKEA stores in Russia. An economical man, he seeks to avoid taxes by manufacturing locally.
International Business in Russia: Suppliers (04:42)
Day 7: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad visits outlying factories that supply products for IKEA. He surprises suppliers with large orders.
International Business in Russia: Market Economy With Social Responsibility (02:39)
Days 7 and 8: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad believes the market economy should show social responsibility, including keeping as many people employed as possible even though technology could eliminate thousands of jobs.
International Business in Russia: Bribery for Business Expansion (05:53)
Day 9: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad returns to Moscow by train and writes a letter to Vladimir Putin to pave the way for IKEA to expand in Russia. He meets Governor Gromov to get assurance that he can expand in Russia without bribery.
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