Indra Nooyi: Strategic Leader
Performance with Purpose
PepsiCo: Two Stand-Alone Companies?
PepsiCo Company Overview
As one of the largest food and beverage companies in the world, our mission is to provide consumers around the world with delicious, affordable, convenient and complementary foods and beverages from wholesome breakfasts to healthy and fun daytime snacks and beverages to evening treats.We are committed to investing in our people, our company and the communities where we operate to help position the company for long-term, sustainable growth.
PepsiCO | Mission Statement
PepsiCo has 22 brands that in 2017 each generated over $1 billion in annual retail sales.
PepsiCo's products are sold in more the 200 countries and territories around the world.
PepsiCo's revenue in 2017.
Pepsi-Cola and Frito Lay merge to become "PepsiCo"
Indra Nooyi becomes CEO of PepsiCo
Indra Nooyi steps down as CEO
As global chairman and CEO, Indra Nooyi launches "Performance with Purpose"
Indra Nooyi: The Strategic
1. Human Sustainability
2. Environmental Sustainability
3. The Whole Person at Work
As a strategic leader, she...
- began with the end in mind
- transformed PepsiCo and started it towards a path of long-term growth and competitive advantage
- changed the mission of a billion dollar company and generated company-wide belief in it
STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES
Having the numbers to support her 2025 vision of "Performance with Purpose"
Taking time for herself
Communication skills, ability to build strong relationships, and her moral compass
One of the few female CEOs to lead a fortune 500 company
- Indra Nooyi
Performance with Purpose is not how we spend the money we make, it’s how we make the money. That’s a fundamental difference from corporate social responsibility. It’s not something we do after hours. So in our case, performance and purpose are intimately linked and you can’t do one without the other. I think that’s where all companies need to go into the future. You can’t treat CSR as an evening program and then you run the company differently. You can’t do it that way.
PepsiCo is MORE Valuable as One: Porter's Five Competitive Forces
SEPARATION OF PEPSICO?
Should PepsiCo split into two companies, one focusing on beverages, and the other on food?
- such a large presence, there isn’t any immediate threat of entry by another large entity
1. Threat of Entry
- has more flexibility with their suppliers.
- PepsiCo has more power than the supplier if they remain as one entity because they will remain an attractive source of income for the supplier
2. Power of Suppliers
- PepsiCo can meet the demands of their buyers more accurately with a larger product base
3. Power of Buyers
- covers large array of snacks and soft drinks so the threat of substitutes is relatively low
4. Threat of Substitutes
- Currently, PepsiCo’s biggest competition is Coca-Cola, Doctor Pepper Snapple Group, and Reeds.
- None of these companies have such a strong presence for both snacks and soft drinks. .
5. Rivalry Amongst Existing Firms