P&G Reorganization Identifies Potential CEOs, Prioritizes Consumer Reach
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Procter & Gamble reorganizes into four industry-based units, with the goal of getting closer to consumers and becoming more agile, CEO Lafley says. Each unit leader and two other executives now have direct lines of communication to Lafley and could be positioned to take over the helm.
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