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P & G CEO A.G. Lafley speaks at Kellogg


10/24/2002 - In an event hosted by the Kellogg Marketing Club on October 23, 2001 in the Tribune Auditorium, A.G Lafley, CEO of Proctor and Gamble, shared his experience with Kellogg School students, faculty and staff. He spoke about how he has engineered the turnaround of P&G since his appointment to the position of President and CEO in June of 2000. The focus of the presentation was on effectively leading an organization through substantial changes. During the past 15 months, Lafley has refocused the resources of P&G on winning with its top brands through a global reorganization that has already enabled brands like Tide, Bounty, Pampers, Olay and Pantene to regain market share. As a result, P&G is on its way towards regaining confidence among investors