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    • Indra was born in 1955 and grew up in Chennai, India.
    • 1974, Bachelor’s degree at Madras Christian College
    • Master’s degree in Management at Yale.
    • Post Graduate Diploma In Business Administration program at the Indian institute of management, Calcutta.
    • 1980, Indra started at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG),
    • Before joining PepsiCo in 1994, was VP
    • Marketing for Asea Brown Boveri,
    • Indra Nooyi recommended spinning off Taco
    • Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut, arguing PepsiCo
    • couldn‘t bring enough value to the fast
    • food industry.
    Source: Slides 1-6 The World's 100 Most Powerful Women : Forbes, fortune, Business Week, Times and CNN Money .
    • Indra Nooyi was lead negotiator on Pepsi's $13.8 billion purchase of Quaker Oats.
    • She lead the acquisition of Tropicana in 1998.
    • She also helped promote “performance with purpose” concept, with the aim to make PepsiCo a leader in offering healthy foods and hiring a diverse workforce
    • One characteristic that contributes to Indra Nooyi’s success is her negotiation skills.
    • Another unique characteristic that she
    • possesses is her ability to speak publicly.
    • A third characteristic is that she is a good leader. She needs very good leadership to lead the large and
    • successful company that PepsiCo is.
    • The Pepsi Cola Company began in 1898, by Caleb Bradham became known as PepsiCo when it merged with Frito lay (1965).
    • Prior to becoming CEO, Mrs. Nooyi served as President and Chief Financial Officer ,she was also named to PepsiCo's board of directors. In this position, she was responsible for PepsiCo’s corporate functions, including finance, strategy, business process optimization, corporate platforms and innovation, procurement, investor relations and information technology.
    • Between 1996 and 1999, Mrs. Nooyi was Senior
    • Vice President of Corporate Strategy.
    • PepsiCo employs over 198,000 people worldwide
    • people in 200 countries and has an annual
    • revenue of $43 billion.
    • Indra has been named the #1 Most Powerful Business Woman in the world in 2006 and 2007 by Fortune magazine .
    • Indra attends PepsiCo board meetings in a sari; for she believes the corporate world appreciates people who are genuine.
    • Indra can drive as deep and hard as anyone I've ever met, "but she can do it with a sense of heart and fun.“ Roger Enrico
    • She is the chairman and was named CEO of PepsiCo in 2006.
    • She lives in Greenwich Connecticut With her two daughters and husband.
    • As a vegetarian who for years has been talking about the
    • importance of "gut health," she's not who you'd think would
    • be leading a maker of sugary soda and salty snacks – but
    • that's why she's taking the company in a different direction.
    • PepsiCo headquarters are located in Purchase, New York.
    • The10 acre facility includes 7 building designed by Edward
    • Durrell Stone, one of America's foremost architects.
    • Indra listed among Time's 100 Most Influential People in The
    • World in 2007 and 2008.
    • Since 2000, when she became chief financial officer, the
    • company's annual revenues have risen 72%,
    • while net profit , to $5.6 billion last year.
    • “ Together we are all building on the platform of
    • human, environmental and talent sustainability
    • while continuing to deliver great results.“
    • Indra K. Nooyi
  • The Best Advices I Ever Got By Indra K. Nooyi
    • My father was an absolutely wonderful human being.
    • From him I learned to always assume positive intent.
    • Whatever anybody says or does, assume positive intent.
    • You will be amazed at how your whole approach to a person or
    • problem becomes very different.
    • If you take away that anger and assume positive intent, you will
    • be amazed.
    • If you react from a negative perspective - because you didn't
    • like the way they reacted - then it just becomes
    • two negatives fighting each other.
    • So "assume positive intent" has been a huge
    • piece of advice for me.
    Source: Time's Top 100 influentials around the globe
  • Who is PepsiCo (2009)
    • PepsiCo is organized into three business units, as follows:
    • PepsiCo Americas Foods (PAF), and Frito-Lay North America (FLNA),
    • Quaker Foods North America (QFNA) and all of our Latin American
    • food and snack businesses (LAF) , Sabritas and Gamesa in Mexico.
    • PepsiCo Americas Beverages (PAB) , PepsiCo Beverages North A.
    • and all of our Latin American beverage businesses
    • PepsiCo International (PI), includes all PepsiCo businesses in the
    • United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa.
    • The three business units are comprised of six reportable segments
    • (referred to as divisions), as follows:
    • FLNA, QFNA, LAF, PAB, United Kingdom & Europe (UKEU ), and
    • Middle East, Africa & Asia (MEAA).
    Source: http://www.pepsico.com/
    • In 2009 PepsiCo is in the top 22 of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens by CRO (Corporate Responsibilities Officer) a company that rates businesses ethics and business practices.
    • PepsiCo tries to stand by their code of ethics:
    • Care for customers, consumers and the world we live in.
    • Sell only products we can be proud
    • Speak with truth and candor.
    • Balance short term and long term.
    • Win with diversity and inclusion.
    • Respect others and succeed together.
    • And because of these principles PepsiCo has
    • been recognized many time.
    Who is PepsiCo (2009) Source: http://www.pepsico.com/
    • PepsiCo is also a leading company in environmental issues.
    • Frito-lay and energy conservation, Pepsi-cola and water conservation
    • Goal by 2015 to:
    • Reduce water consumption by 20%
    • Reduce electricity consumption by 20%
    • Reduce fuel consumption by 25%
    Sources: PepsiCo’s Corporate Social Responsibility By Joey Russell
  • Pepsico, First-quarter 2009 Results PepsiCo Inc. (PEP) reports 1st Quarter ending March 2009 above estimates PepsiCo, Inc. ( PEP ) today reported first-quarter 2009 results that reflected solid top- and bottom-line performance on a constant currency basis. The company delivered 6 percent constant currency net revenue growth. The company’s first-quarter constant currency core EPS grew 8 percent, reflecting strong net revenue management, product innovation and cost discipline. Sources: Earnings Whispers, www.earningswhispers.com/
  • What Role Should Food Companies Play in Addressing the Obesity Epidemic?
    • Wellness is Already the Single Largest Growth Driver in Food.
    • Consumers Increasingly Understand it’s About Inherently Healthy Ingredients.
    • They Desperately Want Healthier Eating to be Easier and More Rewarding.
    • The Companies that get There First Will Win.
    1. Healthier Product Choices Reformulation, Innovation and Marketing 2. Healthier Lifestyle Habits: Creative, Collaborative Partnerships
    • 1) Requires Comprehensive Environment Change.
    • 2) Requires Individual Lifestyle Education.
    • 3 ) Requires the Support of a Whole Social Movement.
    • 4) All of those Require Vision, Positive Energy and Multi-Sector Collaboration .
    Source : slides 12-16 Brock H. Leach Member, PepsiCo Blue Ribbon Advisory Board on Health Consumers International Congress (CI), http://www.consumersinternational.org/
  • PepsiCo is Focusing in Efforts at the Intersection of Business Interest and Public Interest . . Business Interest: Public Interest: Capture Growth Opportunity Promote Real Solutions Making it Easier and More Enjoyable for Mainstream Consumers
    • Healthier Product Choices
    • Healthier Lifestyle Habits
    +
  • PepsiCo Progress Report
    • Better Nutrition Labeling
      • Front of Pack Info
      • Nutrition Panel Improvements
    • Highlight on Pack, Changes in Nutritional Profiles
      • Reduction in fat, saturated fat, sugar & calories
    • Kids Marketing Pledges Being Strengthened around the Globe
      • US, Canada, Australia, EU, UK
    • School Alliances to Promote Health (e.g. Clinton/AHA)
    • Kids Energy Balance Education and Activation around the world (e.g. Vive Saludable)
    • Family Activation (e.g. America On The Move ™)
    • Major New Product Launches in Every Market that meet H&W Criteria
    • Healthier Product Nutrition Standards Established World-Wide
    • Healthier Product Innovation Objectives set for all Managers– e.g. 50%+ Europe.
    • Trans Fat Elimination for savory snacks.
    • New Oils Programs — Canada, Europe, Australia and US
    • More Portion-Controlled Offerings
    • Set “Human Sustainability” Objectives for Reduction in calories, sat fat, sugar, sodium per serving.
    1 Make it Easier to Choose Healthier 3 Promote Healthier Lifestyles 4 Accelerate Healthier Product Development Improve Healthfulness of Existing Products 2 Improve Healthfulness of Existing Products Choices Habits
  • New Product Highlights Reducing Fat Reducing Sugar Adding Positives
  • Smart Spot™ Makes It Easier to Identify Healthier Choices Fan For You Good For You Demonstrable Nutrition Benefits Good- For-You Better- For-You Quaker Oats Tropicana PP Aquafina Propel Baked Lays Diet Pepsi Pepsi Max Gatorade PepsiCo Nutritional Varieties GFY FFY Health Perception Benefits Indulgent Products with Health Improvements Natural & Organic 0 Trans Fats/Low Sat Fat Diet-Specific Offerings Low-Carb Smart Spot ™ Qualified Products
    • Since 2006 PepsiCo is helping people make better choices by putting the Smart Spot™ symbol on products that meet a nutritional criteria based on authoritative statements from the FDA and National Academy of Sciences. Foods and beverages marked with the Smart
    • Spot symbol can help you make better choices for you and your family.
    Meet Smart Spot™ You'll find the Smart Spot logo on more than 250 products S tart with a healthy breakfast M ove more A dd more fruits, vegetables and whole grains R emember to hydrate T ry lower calories or fat Source: http://www.pepsico.com/
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Food Intelligence – France by Serge Guégan www.foodintelligence.fr