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Nestlé

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Transcript of Nestlé

Creating Shared Value
Social and Environmental Component
Stakeholders
Sustainability Reporting Practices

2009 - Nestle Waters, LEED Certification
2010 - Nestle Purine, Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award
2011 - 19th in the Universum's global ranking for Best Employers Worldwide
2011 - 27th World Environment Center Gold medal Award (Environmental Stability)
2011 - Nestle Malaysia, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, their Sustainability Reporting
2012 - GRI A+ Rating
2012 - Gartner published annual Supply chain Top 25, Nestle Ranked 18th

Millenium Development Goals
Nestle in Society: Full Report 2012
Social and Environmental Issues
GRI Table...
Think Triple Bottom Line...
- Economic
- Environmental
- Social
But in More Depth!
Conclusion
Stakeholders
Ventures
Sponsoring
Bottom of the Pyramid Market
Nutrition
Water
Rural Development
Environment
Sourcing
Human Rights
EC
EN
SO
HR
LA
PR
FP
MDG1
MDG2
MDG3
MDG4
MDG5
MDG6
MDG7
MDG8
Strengths
S1: Brand Strength
S2: Financial Performance
S3: Market Saturation
S4: Research and Innovation Capacity
S5: People and Culture
Opportunities
O1: Increasingly health conscious consumers
O2: Homogeneity of Western Tastes
O3: Strengthening domestic industries and globalisation of many companies
SWOT Analysis
Swot Tows
Weaknesses
W1: Value chain complexity
W2: Brand Performance
W3: Labor Relations
W4: Product Safety and consistency
W5: Global controversies
Threats
Group Discussion
How can we summarise Nestle's SWOT?
SO
WO
ST
WT
Social and Environmental Component
T1: Corruption
T2: Lack of sophisticated infrastructure
T3: Increasingly suspicious consumers
T4: Anti-establishment, pro small business movement & bad press
T5: Increasing cost of raw materials

S1: Brand Strength
S2: Financial Performance
S3: Market Saturation
S4: Research and Innovation Capacity
S5: People and Culture Opportunities





O1: Increasingly health conscious consumers
O2: Homogeneity of Western Tastes
O3: Strengthening domestic industries and globalisation of many companies
Maxi-Maxi
Mini-Maxi
W1: Value chain complexity
W2: Brand Performance
W3: Labor Relations
W4: Product Safety and consistency
W5: Global controversies


O1: Increasingly health conscious consumers
O2: Homogeneity of Western Tastes
O3: Strengthening domestic industries and globalisation of many companies

Maxi-Mini
S1: Brand Strength
S2: Financial Performance
S3: Market Saturation
S4: Research & Innovation Capacity
S5: People and Culture

T1: Corruption
T2: Lacking sophisticated infrastructure in many countries
T3: Increasingly suspicious consumers in Western Countries
T4: Anti-establishment, pro small business movement & Bad Media
T5: Increasing cost of raw materials

Mini-Mini
W1: Value chain complexity
W2: Brand Performance
W3: Labor Relations
W4: Product Safety and consistency
W5: Global controversies

T1: Corruption
T2: Lacking sophisticated infrastructure in many countries
T3: Increasingly suspicious consumers in Western Countries
T4: Anti-establishment, pro small business movement & Bad Media
T5: Increasing cost of raw materials

8000 Brands
$11.55bn profit
86 countries
Videos
Squirrels:
Baby:
Stakewatchers
Stakekeepers
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