PROCTER & GAMBLE

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Strategic Management (Case Study)

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PROCTER & GAMBLE - 2006 : 

PROCTER & GAMBLE - 2006 Strategic management – Case Analysis Presented by : Andhika G. Pinanditha

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Case background 2 Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA

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Case background Past & Current objective & strategies In 2005 P&G acquiring the Gillette company for $54 billions in stock In 2004 the company launched Rejoice shampoo in India to compete with Hindustan Lever Limited’s Clinic Plus. Launches of heartburn and acid- reflux drug Prilosec; a single cup coffee appliances, and the purchase of Glide brand dental floss W.L Gore & Associations, the maker of Gore-Tex P & G expanded it’s ethnic beauty products when it signed a licensing agreement with I-Iman products Early 2005 the company signed one of it former young cover girl faces, Christie Brinkley to a multi-year contract designed to cross-market Cover Girl & Olay brands 3 Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA Financial Performance & Conditions In 2005 P&G generated record revenue of $56,7 billion, increase of 18,5% net income over the previous year. Net income was $6,4 billion Snack & beverage sales have increased, net income increased 21,2% from previous year 2004 Beauty care segments have increased dramatically its net income increased 22,2% compared to previous year 2004 Health care segment net income increased 8,32% compared to previous year 2004

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Case background Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA Current Issues and Concerns The merger of Procter & Gamble & Gillette as of July 21 2005, has not been finalized because of the approval that are not simple due to concerns of the large size of merged companies and its dominance in some product categories Procter & Gamble want to continue improve company’s numerous accomplishment and continue the trend of solid financial performance and increase opportunities in expanding to international market, and a greater presence in India 4

Environmental Analysis : 

Environmental Analysis 5 Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA

Environmental Analysis : 

Environmental Analysis 6 Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA

2.1 Assessment of the Opportunities & Threats in general & industry environment2.1.1 External Factors Evaluation (EFE) matrix : 

2.1 Assessment of the Opportunities & Threats in general & industry environment2.1.1 External Factors Evaluation (EFE) matrix Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA

2.2 Assessment of the Competitiveness of the competing players2.2.1 Competitive Profile Matrix (CPM) : 

2.2 Assessment of the Competitiveness of the competing players2.2.1 Competitive Profile Matrix (CPM) Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA

Environmental Analysis : 

Environmental Analysis 9 Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA

2.1 Assessment of the Strengths and Weaknesses of the company2.1.1 Internal Factors Evaluation (IFE) matrix : 

2.1 Assessment of the Strengths and Weaknesses of the company2.1.1 Internal Factors Evaluation (IFE) matrix Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA

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Assumptions Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA 11

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Assumptions Financial strength of company & its competitive advantage Andhika G Pinanditha / MBA 12

Assumptions competitive position : 

Assumptions competitive position SPACE Matrix GRAND STRATEGY MATRIX Financial Position Environment Stability Industry Position Competitive position Rapid Market growth Strong Competitive position Slow Market growth Weak Competitive position Procter & Gamble Procter & Gamble Market development Market penetration Product development Forward/backward integration Horizontal Integration Related Diversification

Problem statement : 

Problem statement

Alternative courses of action : 

Alternative courses of action

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V. Evaluation Criteria RATING SCALE Attractive 1 More attractive 2 Most Attractive 3 Risk -1 Riskier -2 Riskiest -3

Recommended courses of action & ACTION PLANS : 

Recommended courses of action & ACTION PLANS

Recommended Alternative & Action plan : 

Recommended Alternative & Action plan Recommended Alternative : Market Development Strategy

PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENT : 

PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENT INCOME STATEMENT – SALES PROJECTION

Dividends pay out ratio : 

Dividends pay out ratio Assumption for 2006-2010 dividends pay out ratio 35% Retained earnings 65% of net income Retained earnings 2004 13,611 (+) Net income 2005 7,257 (-) Dividend 2005 7,664 (105,6%) Retained earnings 2005 13,204

FINANCIAL Projection- BALANCE SHEET : 

FINANCIAL Projection- BALANCE SHEET

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FINANCIAL PROJECTION- BALANCE SHEET CONTINUED

FINANCIAL PROJECTION- CASH FLOW STATEMENT : 

FINANCIAL PROJECTION- CASH FLOW STATEMENT

Projected financial statement : 

Projected financial statement INCOME STATEMENT – FINANCIAL RATIO

PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENT : 

PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENT INCOME STATEMENT – FINANCIAL RATIO

PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENT : 

PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENT BALANCE SHEET – FINANCIAL RATIO

Projected financial statement : 

Projected financial statement BALANCE SHEET – FINANCIAL RATIO

Thank you : 

Thank you The End