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HRM315-0903B-05 : Managing
Instructor: Phyllis Parise
August 28, 2009 Nestle
Nestle $70 billion conglomerate, founded in 1866.
World leading FMCG organization
Products customization according to the local
No compromise on core principals DIVERSITY
DIVERSITY Diversity provides a strategic competitive
Acknowledging People’s differences
Good management and a diverse workforce
will help the company to accomplish its goals
Leaders of the organizations has the
responsibility of utilizing diversity wisely.
responsibility Nestle and its Diversity
1. Having a diverse workforce
2. Home-grown top management.
3. Recognizing and respecting differences
4. Diversity at top Nestle and its Diversity initiatives
1. Decentralization is one of Nestlé's
cornerstones. This is one of the reasons Nestle
is so successful “Having a diverse workforce”
2. There is no global consumer, there is only a
local Practices of Diversity training:
1. Grooming talent from all around the globe 2. Recognizing and respecting differences
2. 3. Diversity at top What to consider by the time of
develop and implement Diversity.
develop Treat every single employee fairly.
Avoid any possible conflicts due to the
incompatibilities between goals and interests.
Good management skills are very important in
ensuring that diversity is managed well.
Understand everybody’s culture and roots.
Learn how to deal with mixing of societal
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