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The Coca-Cola Company On the Job Field Sales This department is responsible for getting Coke products onto supermarket shelves, and ensuring that the company’s products are displayed as the company believes is most effective. Finance/Accounting Other than Marketing, the most likely department to employ managementtrack employees and graduates of top schools. The department analyzes the effects of business decisions and helps plan the company’s strategy for financial growth. Former CEO M. Douglas Ivester started in this department, as an auditor.
These classes vary from classes in an employees’ function to general classes on the organization of The Coca-Cola Company. The employee and boss work out training schedules individually; there’s no formal structure, according to employees. Employee evaluations Coca-Cola performs 360-degree evaluations. Evaluations are supposed to take place twice a year, but insiders say that, as with many other companies, they tend to occur only once a year. Aside from the generic and predictable measures of how an employee gets along with people, and what their quality of work is like, insiders say, Coke is very concerned with efficiency.
Com is merely promotional. ” Fortune, November 9, 1998. An excellent article for an understanding of Coke’s business strategies. Fortune gives an explanation of economic value added, a particular Coke buzz word, and proceeds to rank American companies according both to economic value added and the related idea of market value added. Coke snags a number two ranking. ” The New York Times, November 1, 1998. The Times takes a look at Coke’s plight in the wake of economic trouble abroad, and also reveals CEO M.
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