Procter And Gamble Case Study

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About Procter & Gamble Procter and Gamble (P&G) was formed by William Procter, a candle maker and James Gamble a soap marker on the 31st of October 1837. From its inception, its objective has been to create industry-leading value with brands and products that consumers prefer while at the same time conserving resources protecting the environment and improving social conditions who need the most.
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In this report we are formulating strategies to be implemented in the next twelve years based on the current practices the company is doing and what it visions to achieve. In the process of formulating the strategies we have kept various guideline such as UNSDG (United Nation Sustainable Development Goals), National goals of the country, WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) standards, GRI report (Global Reporting Initiative) in line.
The task have been divided into three parts. First part describes the strategies to be taken based on the current external and internal environment of the company; second part describes the critical evaluation of each strategy to be taken, how this will bring change to the company and achieve its sustainable goal; last part describes the change management program to be implemented to make the strategies work in reality. This also evaluates possible drawbacks of the plan.
The final strategies are ethical sourcing and reducing carbon footprint by CHPC technology.
In this report we have provided the necessary data to validate

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