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Organisational Structure of H-E-B - February 4th, 2011

HEB Grocery Company, LP (H-E-B) is a privately held San Antonio, Texas-based supermarket chain with more than 315 stores throughout Texas and northern Mexico.[2][3] The company also operates Central Market, an upscale organic and fine foods retailer.[4]
H-E-B ranked No. 11 on Forbes' 2006 list of "America's Largest Private Companies."[5] H-E-B was named Retailer of the Year in 2010 by Progressive Grocer.[6] Supermarket News ranked H-E-B No. 13 in the 2008 "Top 75 North American Food Retailers."[7] Based on 2005 revenues, H-E-B is the twenty-seventh largest retailer in the United States.[8] It donates 5 percent of pre-tax profits to charity.[9]

CEO

Lennart Karlsson
Chairman of the Board

Soren Harnblad

Director

Christer Dahlstrom
Director

Lena Hedlund
Director

Christina Holmbergh
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Leif Mellqvist
Director

Nils Hedberg

Director

Lars Aberg

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Rolf Andersson
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KB
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AF
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Frank Sadleir

Finance

Fredrik Nilsson
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Machiavelli emphasized on building a strong organization structure where responsibilities and accountabilities are clearly defined and offender should be dealt with no mercy. As per him an organization or kingdom can be built on the support of either the people or the nobles.

"A principality is created either by the people or by the nobles, accordingly as one or other of them has the opportunity; for the nobles, seeing they cannot withstand the people, begin to cry up the reputation of one of themselves, and they make him a prince, so that under his shadow they can give vent to their ambitions. The people, finding they cannot resist the nobles, also cry up the reputation of one of themselves, and make him a prince so as to be defended by his authority. He who obtains sovereignty by the assistance of the nobles maintains himself with more difficulty than he who comes to it by the aid of the people, because the former finds himself with many around him who consider themselves his equals, and because of this he can neither rule nor manage them to his liking. But he who reaches sovereignty by popular favor finds himself alone, and has none around him, or few, who are not prepared to obey him."
( Machiavelli, Chapter 22)

Machiavelli mentioned throughout his book that the kingdom built on the goodwill and support of people have more chances of surviving for a length of time than one built on magnanimity or benevolence of the nobles. Similarly if the employees, majority shareholders and customers believes in the vision of the leader and don't betray him then the leader will have far higher chances of survival. As it happened in the recent case of General Motors the CEO able to convince the Board that the company has an ability to turn the business itself rather than making a deal with Nissan.
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