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June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting
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June 2010 Jeff Davis Presentation at the ACG Utah Breakfast Meeting

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A Bountiful, Utah native, Jeff Davis recently moved back to Utah after retiring from Procter & Gamble following a 23-year stint with the Fortune 20 giant. Most recently Davis was General Manager/Vice …

A Bountiful, Utah native, Jeff Davis recently moved back to Utah after retiring from Procter & Gamble following a 23-year stint with the Fortune 20 giant. Most recently Davis was General Manager/Vice President of Global Operations for P&G's Salon Professional (Wella) business. Previously he served P&G in five different countries (U.S., Canada, Germany, Czech Republic & Slovakia) across six different product sectors before opting to take early retirement nine months ago. The topic of Davis' presentation was "Don't Get Discouraged . . . GET MOTIVATED!"

According to former ACG Utah President, George Flint, Davis' presentation was one of the top 5 speeches he has ever heard at an ACG Utah breakfast meeting.

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  • 1. “ Evolution – Doing Business in a Changing Economy” “ Don’t worry…it’s just a recession, it will all return to normal” Jeff D. Davis JDD & Associates, LLC Principal & Owner www.linkedin.com/in/jeffddavis ACG Presentation, Little America, Salt Lake City – June 8, 2010
  • 2.
    • Family (1+2+2)
    • Countries (5)
    • P&G Divisions (6)
      • Paper, Fabric & Home Care, Beauty Care,
      • Health Care, Pharmaceuticals, Salon Professional
    • Developed and Developing Markets
    • Functions (Sales, Marketing,
    • General Mgt.)
    • Languages
    Jeff Davis Bio… US-San Francisco Bratislava, Slovakia Prague Germany Canada
  • 3.
    • Retired Sept 2009
    • JDD & Associates, LLC
          • Teaching / consulting University of Utah
          • Ernst & Young advisor “top 40 global customers”
          • Advisor - DW Healthcare Partners
          • Board member – Orabrush.com
    Jeff Davis – cont’d NEW and (hopefully) IMPROVED
  • 4. “ Don’t worry…it’s just a recession, it will all return to normal”
    • GM sold more cars to China than American consumers in Jan-May 2010
    • Every 60 seconds, 24 hours' worth of new video is uploaded to YouTube alone ( CNN June 8, 2010)
    • P&G opened up an online store selling directly to consumers (May 20, 2010)
    • P&G made major investment in Facebook and stated the goal that each of its brands would have a “meaningful” presence (Posted by Nick O'Neill on January 22nd, 2010)
    • Home foreclosures in 2010 could top last year’s
  • 5. Premise
    • It is not the strongest of the
    • species that survive, nor
    • the most intelligent, but the
    • one most responsive to
    • change.
    Charles Darwin
  • 6. Premise
    • It is not necessary to change.
    • Survival is not mandatory.
    W. Edwards Deming
  • 7. My Message:
    • Don’t get discouraged…
    • GET MOTIVATED!
  • 8. Questions - Implications
    • Was Friedman right that the “World is Flat?”
    • Is TV advertising dead? And is it all about social media?
    • People: can your organization compete in the global marketplace?
    • Final thoughts: Leadership
  • 9. Was Friedman right that the “World is Flat?”
  • 10. Orabrush.com
  • 11. Orabrush story…what is it?
    • Is this a new business model? or, a different order of the business model?
    • How do you create awareness, engagement, conversion to buy with this model? What is different versus traditional model?
    • Is it important to understand globalization even if you run a local or domestic business?
  • 12. Questions - Implications
    • Was Friedman right that the “World is Flat?”
    • Is TV advertising dead? And is it all about social media?
    • People: can your organization compete in the global marketplace?
    • Final thoughts: Leadership
  • 13. Is TV advertising dead?
  • 14.
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  • 17.
  • 18.
  • 19. Questions - Implications
    • Was Friedman right that the “World is Flat?”
    • Is TV advertising dead? And is it all about social media?
    • People: can your organization compete in the global marketplace?
    • Final thoughts: Leadership
  • 20. Global perspective: People
    • Who will own the senior level / C-suite jobs of the future?
            • Sufficiently intelligent: book smart and street smart
            • - P&G examples (2009 hires; internships)
            • Broad and differentiated experiences
            • - hybrids: what was the profile? What are implications?
            • - Avni Patel
            • EQ / VQ centric leaders
            • - how do you build morale, engage employees when you
            • are downsizing?
            • - people must feel that they are most important asset
  • 21. My Message:
    • Don’t get discouraged…
    • GET MOTIVATED!
  • 22. What is the key take away? PRODUCTIVITY OF EMPLOYEES !! 26X 2X 8X
  • 23. Know your audience: The Millennial Generation
  • 24. We might all be watching video by 2015
    • According to recent research from the Pew Internet Project, 52% of the American population is watching videos online — that’s 69% of all Internet-connected American adults.
    • If online video watching continues at its current rate of growth, in just under 5 years, almost every American with an Internet connection (i.e., the vast majority of Americans) will be watching video online .
  • 25. Questions - Implications
    • Was Friedman right that the “World is Flat?”
    • Is TV advertising dead? And is it all about social media?
    • People: can your organization compete in the global marketplace?
    • Final thoughts: Leadership
  • 26. Peter Drucker
    • “ In a few hundred years, when the history of our time is written from a long-term perspective, it is likely that the most important event those historians will see is not technology, nor the Internet, not e-commerce. It is an unprecedented change in the human condition. For the first time—literally—substantial and rapidly growing numbers of people have choices. For the first time, they will have to manage themselves. And society is totally unprepared for it.”
    • “ Managing Knowledge Means Managing Oneself ,” Leader to Leader; 16 (Spring 2000), pp. 8-10
  • 27. Leaders Leave a Legacy
    • "William Procter and James Gamble's most significant contribution was not hog fat soap, lamp oils or candles, for these would eventually become obsolete; their primary contribution was something that can never become obsolete: a highly adaptable organization with a ‘spiritual inheritance’ of deeply ingrained core values transferred to generation after generation of P&G people ."
    James C. Collins and Jerry I. Porras, authors of Built to Last – Successful Habits of Visionary Companies , 1995
  • 28. “ Don’t worry…it’s just a recession, it will all return to normal”
    • Don’t get discouraged…
    • GET MOTIVATED!
  • 29. Thank You Questions?

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