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Dr. Bader Team Members:
Alma 201000645 What do you think about Nestle products & what kind of product you always buy? Introduction One of the oldest of all multinational companies,
started from 1866 ( 140 years).
Largest food & beverage in the world.
Nestle's objectives are recognized as the:
- World wild in nutrition.
- Health & wellness.
- Trusted by all its stakeholders.
- Reference for financial performance in industry.
Nestle believes that it is only possible to create long- term sustainable value & creating value for the communities.
Nestle's aim is to meet today’s needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
Hadeel Intro. Nestlé is committed to the following Business Principles in all countries:
• Nutrition, Health and Wellness
•Quality Assurance and product safety
•Human rights in our business activities
•Leadership and personal responsibility
•Safety and health at work
•Supplier and customer relations
•Agriculture and rural development
The Nestlé Corporate Business Principles, updated in June 2010, have been given to each of our 330’000 employees, in over 50 languages around the world.
They have more than 100 manufacturing in the world wide.
Hadeel They try to take the mentality & customs of individual countries into account, but there are some general guidelines that we apply everywhere:
A positive attitude toward work
A pragmatic, realistic approach to doing business
An open-minded approach to the world
A minimal number of systems and written guidelines
A personal style of managementnt
An atmosphere of mutual trust
An emphasis on practical experience and on the setting of good examples.
Guidelines Families & Relatives Layan Immediate family members and partners of employees may be hired as employees or consultants only if the appointment is based on:
qualifications & performance
skills and experience
Provided that there is no direct or indirect reporting relationship between the employee and his or her relative or partner. Nestle's Culture Adaptive:
Becomes a local company.
Tolerant to different cultures & value sets.
Put the consumers first.
Willingness to change.
Principles not rules.
Open, transparent &sharing.
Pioneers & innovators.
Creating long term sustainable shared value. Reham Cultural challenges facing Nestle-Internal Workforce try to resist changes in the working system Cross-cultural communication & knowledge management Hands on corporate parenting create tension between corporate & local managers. Reham External challenges Struggle to find the right balance between it's homogeneous culture & various national cultures Product standardization problems-struggle to maintain consistency in quality, labelling, packaging, ingredients etc in different parts of the world. Reham Nestle IT Strategy In the past the company has used a wide range of proprietary & open systems from different vendors. In the early 1990s it decided to move toward a set of standards that support a distributed client-server system. The standards include:
UNIX systems from IBM, Digital and HP, Oracle's Version 7 relational DBMS, the German firm SAP's integrated material, distribution, and accounting applications, Powersoft's PowerBuilder application development system, and Ernst & Young's Navigator CASE product. Alma In Nestle Web site... Nestle Profit 2012 The world’s largest food company, rose 12 per cent to SFr10.6 billion ($12 billion) on demand for its main brands – including Nescafé soluble coffee, KitKat chocolate bars and Maggi soups – in emerging markets. Sales reached SFr92.2 billion in 2012 ($100 billion), up from SFr83.6 billion in 2011($91 billion) Alma Competitors Kraft Kellogg's Wal-Mart Alma GOOD FOOD GOOD