In 2007, facing JW “Bill” Marriott Jr., chairman and CEO of Marriott International, criticism by various groups about the fact that the Marriott hotels offer entertainment for adults in the room. Since the Marriott family and organization of the Church of Jesus Christ, which was affiliated decried pornography, claiming that it was harmful to children, family and society, attacked critics of the company for not being faithful Mormon values. In an attempt to come to a decision, Bill Jr. reflects on the history … Read more »

In 2007, facing JW “Bill” Marriott Jr., chairman and CEO of Marriott International, criticism by various groups about the fact that the Marriott hotels offer entertainment for adults in the room. Since the Marriott family and organization of the Church of Jesus Christ, which was affiliated decried pornography, claiming that it was harmful to children, family and society, attacked critics of the company for not being faithful Mormon values. In an attempt to come to a decision, Bill Jr. reflects on the history of the Marriott Corporation and its deep family ties to the Church of Jesus Christ and the community. The company had been founded on his father’s strong principles, and Bill Jr. knew that the final decision had both adhere to these principles and his responsibility for the company’s financial stability and the needs of their customers.
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Andrew C. Wicks,
Jenny Mead,
Jonathan Neeley
Source: Darden School of Business
8 pages.
Release Date: 11 November 2011. Prod #: UV5293-PDF-ENG
Marriott International and Pay-Per-View event HBR solution

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