Walmart Org Chart Report in 2024 Report | WMT Key Insights & Actionable Intelligence

Walmart Org Chart Report in 2024 Report | WMT Key Insights & Actionable Intelligence

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January 30, 2024


Walmart, Inc.
702 South West 8th Street
Bentonville, AR 72716
United States
Main Phone: (479) 273-4000
Sector: Consumer Defensive
Industry: Discount Stores
Full Time Employees: 2,100,000
Annual Revenue: $630.79 Billion USD (2022)
Fortune 500 Rank: #1 in 2023

What do the Walmart Org Charts look like?

The Walmart Org Charts are a visual display of the company’s corporate structure, executive leadership team, and top executives grouped by business areas such as Information Technology (IT), Human Resources (HR), and Finance.

The Corporate Structure chart shows how Walmart is comprised of 3 different reporting segments: Walmart U.S., Walmart International, and Sam’s Club. The Walmart Board of Directors chart shows the various board members and their affiliations. The directors have affiliations at companies such as NBCUniversal News Group, KPMG, and Morgan Stanley.


Walmart Org Chart Corporate Structure

A number of databahn clients will network through their existing customers who are on other boards to gain entry at a high level into new prospective customers. The Executive Leadership chart gives an array of top-level executives that direct the company’s global operations.

Featured on this chart are C-level professionals such as Donna Morris, the Chief People Officer, John David Rainey, the Chief Financial Officer, and Suresh Kumar, the Chief Technology Officer.

Walmart Org Chart Executive Leadership Team

Does the Walmart Org Chart feature the Board of Director affiliations with other companies?

Yes, the Walmart org charts show the affiliations the board members have with companies like NBCUniversal News Group, KPMG International, Morgan Stanley, American Airlines, and AT&T. These board member affiliations are also reflected in the Walmart contact information spreadsheet that was last updated on September 21, 2022.

Walmart Org Chart Board of Directors



Have there been any recent executive changes at Walmart?

January 30, 2024 update:

Walmart has revealed three big changes that will start from February 1. Three top bosses at Walmart will leave, marking a new era for the company.

Two of the senior executives are retiring, while another is leaving her job after less than a year.

Denise Malloy - Deaderick joined the company in April of 2023, becoming their first-ever Chief Belonging Officer. Her departure was confirmed on LinkedIn by EVP & Chief People Officer, Donna Morris.

"As we approach the new fiscal year, I want to share that Denise Malloy - Deaderick, Chief Belonging Officer, will be leaving Walmart," Morris wrote on LinkedIn. "I want to appreciate and thank Denise."

Earvin Young Jr will take over as chief belonging officer temporarily as the company goes through an executive reshuffle. Malloy won't be the only one leaving Walmart, with another senior executive set to leave their role at the retail brand.

Judith McKenna, the former CEO of Walmart International, revealed in August 2023 that she's retiring.

Her last day will be January 31, according to the She has been with the company for 27 years and led Walmart's international operations from 2018 to 2023.

Kelvin Buncum, EVP and Head of the Neighborhood Market branch, is also retiring after 12 years.

He shared on LinkedIn: "It was a bittersweet moment as I expressed my appreciation for the support I had received along the way from Team Leads, Team Associates, Store Leadership, Market Managers, Regional Vice Presidents, Home Office Associates, and my peers."

On June 6, 2022, Walmart has named John Rainey as the company's next Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Rainey assumed the responsibilities of CFO.

 Walmart Tom Ward Chief e-Commerce ExecutiveIn addition, Tom Ward, former Senior Vice President of Last-Mile Delivery, succeeded Casey Carl as Executive Vice President and Walmart U.S. Chief e-Commerce Officer. Ward oversees site operations, the Walmart Marketplace, Walmart Fulfillment Services, omnichannel returns, and pickup and delivery services for Walmart U.S., Bentonville, Arkansas-based Walmart’s largest business unit.


Do the Walmart Org Charts have contact information?

Yes, in addition to receiving the crisp org charts in PDF, PowerPoint, and Google Slides formats, you will also receive an Excel spreadsheet with detailed contact information including each contact’s name, title, phone number, email address, and location. The contact info spreadsheet currently has 1,149 contacts with email addresses and phone numbers. The contact spreadsheet also includes the 9 C-level executives listed on the Walmart Leadership team page and the 11 Board of Directors listed on the Walmart Board of Directors page.

Download the Walmart Org Chart Contacts in a spreadsheet



How many contacts are on the Org Charts?

There are 151 contacts on the January 2024 version of the Walmart Org Charts. Walmart has 11 Board of Director members and 9 senior executives. In the current IT org charts there are 43 contacts ranging from Chief level down to Sr. Director level. The Finance org charts have 37 executive contacts. The HR org charts have 51 executive contacts.

Who is the CEO of Walmart as of January 2024?

Walmart CEO Doug McMillon

Doug McMillon is an accomplished business executive and the current President and Chief Executive Officer of Walmart Inc., one of the world's largest and most influential retail corporations. Born on October 17, 1966, in Jonesboro, Arkansas, McMillon grew up in a small town and developed an early interest in the retail industry.

McMillon's journey with Walmart began in 1984 when he joined the company as a summer associate while pursuing his undergraduate studies at the University of Arkansas. Recognizing his potential, Walmart provided him with various opportunities to grow and develop within the organization. McMillon displayed exceptional leadership skills and a keen business acumen, which propelled him through the ranks.

Throughout his career at Walmart, McMillon held several key positions that allowed him to gain invaluable insights into the retail industry. He worked in various operational roles, including store management, merchandising, and sourcing, both in the United States and internationally. McMillon's international experience was particularly noteworthy, as he served as the President and CEO of Walmart International from 2009 to 2013, overseeing the company's operations in 26 countries.

In February 2014, McMillon assumed the role of President and CEO of Walmart Inc., succeeding Mike Duke. Under his leadership, the company underwent significant transformations to adapt to the changing retail landscape. McMillon embraced technological advancements and placed a strong emphasis on e-commerce and digital innovation, enabling Walmart to compete effectively in the rapidly evolving market.

McMillon's leadership style is characterized by a customer-centric approach, a commitment to employee development, and a focus on long-term sustainability. He has prioritized investments in employee training and education, aiming to provide Walmart associates with the necessary tools and opportunities for growth. McMillon is known for actively engaging with employees, listening to their feedback, and fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion within the organization.

Beyond his role at Walmart, McMillon has been recognized for his contributions to the business community. He serves on the board of directors of the Consumer Goods Forum, an influential industry organization. McMillon is also a member of the Business Roundtable, an association of CEOs dedicated to advancing public policy and economic growth.

Despite his impressive achievements, McMillon remains grounded and committed to Walmart's core values of providing affordable products, exceptional customer service, and positive societal impact. His vision for the company revolves around leveraging its scale and resources to create shared value for customers, associates, and communities around the world.

Doug McMillon's tenure as the CEO of Walmart has solidified his position as a respected leader in the retail industry. With his strategic acumen, customer-centric approach, and dedication to innovation, McMillon continues to steer Walmart toward a future of growth and success while upholding the company's legacy as a retail powerhouse.

Where is Walmart investing in their business operations?
Walmart is enhancing its ecosystems with omni-channel capabilities, stores, service offerings, eCommerce websites and marketplaces in addition to its supply chain. To deliver a seamless customer and associate experience, Walmart is continuing to invest in digital tools to improve associate productivity, engagement, and performance. As more customers shop digitally, Walmart has adapted by adding more roles in eCommerce fulfillment and home office associates have accelerated tech-based solutions that enhance the customer and associate experiences.

What are Walmart's Corporate Growth Strategies in 2024?

Here are some of Walmart's key growth strategies for the year 2024:

  • Omnichannel Excellence:
    • Enhancing E-commerce: Walmart aims to fortify its e-commerce operations further by making substantial investments. This includes improvements in delivery and pickup services, the expansion of online grocery shopping, and the growth of their marketplace platform.
    • Seamless Integration: The goal is to seamlessly blend the online and offline shopping experiences. This involves enhancing in-store pickup and delivery services, offering online ordering for in-store items, and providing personalized recommendations across all shopping channels.
  • Technology and Innovation:
    • Harnessing AI and Automation: Walmart is heavily dedicating resources to artificial intelligence and automation to enhance efficiency, personalize customer experiences, and optimize their supply chain. This includes warehouse automation, AI-driven demand forecasting, and personalized product recommendations.
    • Next-Gen Supply Chain: A next-generation supply chain is in the works, utilizing advanced analytics and automation to improve speed, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. This entails investments in robotics, data analytics, and blockchain technology.
  • Membership and Subscription Services:
    • Expanding Walmart+: Walmart's membership program, Walmart+, which offers benefits like free delivery and discounts, plays a pivotal role in their growth strategy. They plan to increase membership numbers and engagement through targeted marketing efforts and by expanding the value proposition.
    • Exploring New Subscription Models: Walmart may consider introducing additional subscription services beyond Walmart+, potentially focusing on areas like grocery delivery or curated product boxes.
  • International Expansion:
    • Targeting High-Growth Markets: Walmart is prioritizing expansion in international markets with substantial growth potential, such as India, China, and Mexico. They intend to invest in local stores, e-commerce platforms, and partnerships in these regions.
    • Facilitating Cross-Border Selling: Walmart is exploring opportunities to enable global brands and manufacturers to engage in cross-border selling on their platform, tapping into the increasing demand for international products.
  • Sustainability and Community Engagement:
    • Promoting Sustainable Practices: Walmart is committed to reducing its environmental footprint and adopting sustainable business practices. Initiatives include reducing energy consumption, responsible sourcing, and waste minimization.
    • Community Investment: Walmart actively participates in various community initiatives and programs focused on addressing hunger, education, and workforce development. These efforts aim to foster positive relationships with local communities and strengthen their brand image.
Walmart's growth strategies for 2024 revolve around amplifying their strengths in omnichannel retail, embracing technology and innovation, expanding their membership base, exploring global opportunities, and prioritizing sustainability and community engagement. These initiatives are designed to reinforce their position as a leading retailer while promoting a positive brand image.

Who is on the Walmart Technology and e-Commerce Committee?

Steuart Walton is the Chair and Cesar Conde, Tim Flynn, Marissa Mayer, and Steve Reinemund are members.

Walmart Technology and e-Commerce Technology members

How many pick up locations does Walmart have?
As of December 2023, Walmart had approximately 4,600 Same-Day Pickup locations and more than 3,900 Delivery Unlimited locations.

Does Walmart have an ESG strategy?
The Walmart ESG strategy is centered on the concept of creating shared value: they believe they maximize long-term value and create competitive advantage for Walmart by serving their stakeholders, including their customers, associates, shareholders, suppliers, business partners, and communities. Their current ESG priorities are categorized into four broad themes: opportunity, sustainability, community, and ethics and integrity.
Walmart ESG issues in 2022

Can I make requests to databahn to customize org charts based on my focus areas?
Yes. In addition, you can request specific charts to be created that cover targeted areas such as IT, HR, and Finance from Chief level down to Director level contacts. These charts will feature high level executives that work in those departments. Each contact is linked to their LinkedIn profile page when available. For example, we recently had a client who asked us to build an org chart on Kathryn McLay's Sam’s Club organization. She is the CEO & President of Sam's Club.

Why should I purchase the Walmart Org Charts?
Simply put, we save you the hours and weeks of time researching Walmart, Walmart International, and Sam’s Club. It would take you months to do it on your own. You should spend time selling instead of researching Walmart. In addition, we will connect you with new contacts at Walmart that might represent sales opportunities for you and your company.

What is the turnaround time for a customized chart?
The turnaround time from order to delivery is typically 3 to 5 business days.

Do the Walmart Org Charts include contact information?
Yes. In addition to receiving the crisp org charts in PDF, PowerPoint, and Google Slides formats, you will also receive an Excel spreadsheet with detailed contact information including each contact’s name, title, phone number, email address, and location. The contact info spreadsheet currently has 1000+ contacts. Go here to purchase and download the Walmart Org Chart & Company Profile Report.
Purchase the Walmart Org Chart & Company Profile Report hereDownload the Walmart Contact Info Spreadsheet

Can’t I just get the contact information on my own?
Have you ever tried to reach a live person at Walmart’s corporate headquarters? Unless you have a direct dial phone number, you could spend hours navigating their automated phone system and talking to call center agents (who can’t transfer you). You can certainly give it a try, but organizing the contact information takes a very long time, especially for first timers. Instead of taking two to three weeks to build out your contact database, let the databahn experts do it for you.

Is databahn a known entity in the world of sales intelligence?
Yes. Databahn’s services are utilized by the biggest names in the tech industry. Many clients are based in Silicon Valley and routinely sell to C-suite executives. Our clients sell multi-million dollar software and cloud services to all different lines of business including human resources, IT, supply chain, engineering, finance, accounting and operations. Also, the CEO of databahn was the creator of Fortune 500 CRUSH Reports at SalesQuest for more than 15 years. 


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