Barrick

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Barrick

Disciplined, profitable production


Barrick became the world's leading gold company by pursuing its founding purpose: the generation of wealth for its owners, employees, and the communities with which it partners.

Those who founded and first led the company were committed to a culture of partnership and the values underpinning such a culture: trust, transparency, shared responsibility and accountability, and a sense of emotional and financial ownership.

That culture also nurtured a powerful operating model. In its early years, Barrick was lean and nimble, with minimal bureaucracy. A small head office managed the company with a balance of entrepreneurialism and prudence, focusing on only a few core activities: defining and implementing strategy, allocating human and financial capital, and fulfilling the obligations required of a public company. Leaders at the operational level had greater autonomy, responsibility, and accountability, functioning as business owners. Free from bureaucracy and middle management, they focused on maximizing free cash flow, and the head office focused on allocating that cash flow to maximize shareholder returns.


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