There are very few companies in the world which have managed to come through a human century. There are even fewer companies which over their longstanding history have been able to develop steadily without changing its primary values. Principles of Kimberly-Clark worded by its founders John Kimberly, Charles Clark, Franklyn Shattuck, and Havilah Babcock (Kimberly-Clark) and Irving and Clarence Scott (Scott Paper Company) have become the values which help Kimberly-Clark to become one of the few:
- Create and produce the best of what is possible today.
- Be honest and loyal to consumers and partners in order to deserve their trust.
- Be honest and fair with employees.
- Be responsible of business.
These principles form the basis of corporate culture of Kimberly-Clark and they are reflected in the current values of the Corporation: