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Mondragón Corporación Cooperativa. An experience based in: Participation Democracy Solidarity Known Worldwide for Bussines Succes High Social Commitment Relevant Industrial Group Restructuration’s Capacity. Index. Introdution History & Reality 1st Stage 2nd Stage 3rd Stage

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mondrag n corporaci n cooperativa
Mondragón Corporación Cooperativa

An experience based in:

  • Participation
  • Democracy
  • Solidarity

Known Worldwide for

  • Bussines Succes
  • High Social Commitment
  • Relevant Industrial Group
  • Restructuration’s Capacity
index
Index
  • Introdution
  • History & Reality
          • 1st Stage
          • 2nd Stage
          • 3rd Stage
          • MCC today
  • The Co-operatives
  • The Groups
  • Co-operative’s Principles
  • Corporative’s Values
  • Share Capital
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1.- History & Reality

1ª Stage 1956 -1980: CO-OPERATIVES’ BEGINING & FAST DEVELOPMENT

  • Education & Training is the seed of the Group
  • Phase of Creation: Sales 30%

Working force 10%

Profit 7.5% sales

  • Creation of coverage’s entities
    • Credit Co-operative Caja Laboral
    • Health Insurence & Welfare Lagun Aro
    • Promoting Capacity División Empresarial
    • Research IKERLAN
    • Directive & Cooperative Training OTALORA
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1.- History & Reality

1st SATEGE: Evolution of MCC between 1965-1980Mill/Ptas

Years NºCoops Sales Export. Workforce Invstmt

1.965 14 1.708 0 4.211 580

1.970 40 7.059 786 8.743 992

1.975 65 19.694 2.347 13.808 2.851

1.980 94 69.064 13.576 17.733 4.844

% 12% 28% 88% 10% 15%

  • Associated Process
    • Members of Caja Laboral
    • Creation of the Grupo: Fagor y otros

Eroski

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1.- History & Reality

2nd STAGE: THE 80’s. EUROPEAN UNION

  • Crisis & decitions taken
    • Suport through the Groups
    • Self- financing
    • Coverage measures & employment administration
  • Constitution of the Congress and General Council
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1.- History & Reality

3rd STAGE: The 90’s : GLOBALIZED MARKED

  • Strategical adjustment to:
    • Give answer to the European market
    • Sinergies Advantages
    • Create bigger units
    • Group the cooperatives
  • Creation of Mondragón Corporación Cooperativa
    • Unit for Stategical Direction
    • Divided by Sectors
    • Maximun business and social efficiency:
      • New organization
      • Creation of the Corporative Founds
      • Promoting the Values
slide7

CONGRESS

GENERAL COUNCIL

INDUSTRIAL GROUP

Automotive

Components

Construction

FINANCIAL

GROUP

DISTRIBUTION

GROUP

Industrial Equipment

Household Goods

Engineering and Capital Goods

Machine Tools

Research, Training and Education Centres

Corporate Structure

slide8

PROVISIONAL DATA

Industrial Group Turnover

3,428

Net Bank Investment

5,163

Distribution Group Turnover

4,634

Operations 2001

(In millions of €)

slide9

PROVISONAL DATA

Industrial Group

26,399 Jobs

(%44)

Corporate Activities

648 Jobs (%1)

Financial Group

2,344 Jobs (%4)

Distribution Group

30,436 Jobs

TOTAL JOBS

59,827

(%51)

MCC Personnel

(at the end of 2001)

slide10

PROVISIONAL DATA

Other Spanish Communities

25,306

42%

48%

10%

International

5,826

Basque Country

29,556

Distribution of employment

(at the end of 2001)

slide11

PRESIDENCY

GENERAL COUNCIL

Social

Department

Financial

Department

Technical

Secretariat

International

Operations

Innovation

and Develop.

General

Secretariat

Management

and development

of Directives

Economic

Analysis

Strategic

Planning

LatinAmerica

Area Manager

Business

Promotion

Legal Advice

Socialworker

Regime

Treasury

Management

of Corporate

Resources

Asia Area

Manager

Innovation and

Technology

Institutional

Relationships

Training and

Cooperative

Divulgation

Risk

Management

Communication

and

Advertising

Corporative

Delegations

New Sectors

Coordination

Educational

Area

Model of

Management

Development

Comercial

Promotion &

Trading Comp.

ATEGI

Purchasing

Management

Center

Technology

Centers

Coordination

Central Departments

slide12

Denmark

U.K.(2)

U.K.

Deutschland

France

Poland (1)

U.S.A.

France (3)

Chec Repub. (4)

Iran

China (3)

(2) Italy(2)

Maroc (2)

Mexico (3)

China (2)

Italy

Mexico

India

India(2)

Thailand

Thailand (1)

Brasil

Brasil (7)

Argentina (4)

Corporate Representation (13)

Production Plants (34)

MCC Worldwide

slide13

In millions of pesetas

Value added generated by MCC

slide14

In Millions of pesetas

* Number of people

** Of which 267,389 million pesetas are not purely industrial as they

correspond to the Energy and Water sector

*** Without exports of energy products

MCC in the Basque Country 1999

slide15

Cooperative Congress

- Standing Commitee

Business Policy

and

Strategic Control

Corporate

Centre

General Council

Divisions

Strategic

Management

Stratetic

Planning

Sectorial Subgroups

Operational

Management

Business Units/

Cooperatives

Basic Functions

slide16

Millionsof€

PROVISIONAL DATA

7,891

4,402

2,132

1,039

2,425

384

1,204

181

643

40

Assets evolution Financial Group 1980-2001

slide17

Industrial Group Sales evolution1980-2001

M of€

PROVISIONAL DATA

1,694

977

51,3%

980

44,3%

25,4%

505

294

27,8%

28,8%

72,2%

74,6%

55,7%

48,7%

71,2%

slide18

746 M€

%21,5

Automotive

386 M€

Components

%11,1

337 M€

Construction

%9,7

Industrial

Equipment

469 M€

%13,5

Household

Goods

%29,7

1,034 M€

Engineer. &

Cap. Goods

316 M€

%9,1

Machine

Tools

176 M€

%5,1

TOTAL SALES

3,475 M of €

Investigation

11 M€

%0,3

Industrial Group -Sales 2001

slide19

Distribution Group Sales evolution1980-2001

4,633

M de €

PROVISIONAL DATA

2,032

579

240

98

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