The following are case studies of incentive and recognition programs that MTM has implemented. Click on the company name or logo to read the entire case study.
Levi Strauss & Co. brand name products are among the most successful apparel brands in the world. Because of the changing needs in the market place, Levi created a new business unit to support the specialty and independent markets. Each existing business unit in Levi organization specialized in specific apparel, whereas the new business unit was a blend of all Levi apparel.
Con-Way Transportation Services, Inc., a $2.1 billion transportation and services company, provides time-definite and day-definite business-to business freight delivery services, and logistics solutions. The family of Con-Way companies provide a full menu of freight transportation options, whether a customer’s need is for ground expedited, air expedited, less-than-truckload regional, inter-regional or transcontinental coast-to-coast, airfreight forwarding or assembly and distribution logistics. Con-Way regional carriers offer premium direct next-day service in more markets and to more points than any other trucking company.
Lowe’s Companies, Inc. is a $22 billion retailer of a complete line of home improvement products and equipment. The company serves more than seven million do-it-yourself and commercial business customers each week through 780 stores in 42 states. Lowe's is the world's second largest home improvement retailer and the 13th largest retailer in the U.S. This 56-year-old Fortune 100 company employs more than 110,000 people, and is in the midst of an aggressive expansion plan, opening a new store on average every three days. They have been a publicly held company since October 10, 1961.
Sprint is the third largest telecommunication company in America. The industry was evolving from separate providers of long distance, local service, wireless and broadband into integrated providers of all services. Sprint was made up of individual business units that provided these services, each with different systems and cultures. The challenge was to bring all of these different groups together to form “One Sprint”.
United Space Alliance (USA) was formed in 1996 from the direction of NASA, a merger from the leaders in Space Exploration including Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Raytheon. Their 12,000 employees are responsible for all operations of space exploration, including the shuttle and the International Space Station, making them the primarily organization in the world responsible for the safety and exploration of space.