Nike Org Charts | Nike Company Profile Report
Nike Org Charts | Nike Company Profile Report
Nike TURBO Report by databahn
Last updated: H1 2020
One Bowerman Drive
Beaverton, OR 97005
Sector: Consumer Cyclical
Industry: Footwear & Accessories
Full Time Employees: 76,700
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- Comprehensive Nike Business Description
- Latest Nike Earnings Call Highlights from the CEO
- Accurate Nike Contact Info for the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Directors
- Nike executive org charts, board of directors org charts, HR org charts, Finance org charts, Technology org charts, supply chain org charts
- Hand curated content from selected Nike articles, Nike executive interviews, Nike case studies, and Nike success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
- Nike Technology Executive Insights to existing Nike IT & Nike telecom systems, projects, Nike initiatives, and internal code names for Nike applications, Nike systems, and Nike IT business units
- Insights gleaned from technology related Nike job descriptions
- Important excerpts and highlights from the Nike Annual Report (10-K)
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NIKE EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP
|Andy Campion||EVP, Chief Financial Officer||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Elliott Hill||President of Consumer And Marketplace||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Eric Sprunk||Chief Operating Officer||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Hilary Krane||EVP, Chief Administrative Officer & General Counsel||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|John Slusher||EVP, Global Sports Marketing||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Mark Parker||Chairman, President and CEO||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael Spillane||President of Categories And Product||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Monique Matheson||EVP, Global Human Resources||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Philip H. Knight||Chairman Emeritus||NIKEemail@example.com|
NIKE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
|Alan B. Graf, Jr.||Executive Vice President and CFO of FedEx Corporation||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cathleen Benko||Former Vice Chairman and Managing Principal of Deloitte LLP||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Elizabeth J. Comstock||Former Vice Chair of General Electric Company||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|John C. Lechleiter||Chairman Emeritus of Eli Lilly and Company||NIKEemail@example.com|
|John G. Connors||Director of Splunk, Inc.||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|John J. Donahoe II||President and CEO of ServiceNow, Inc.||NIKEemail@example.com|
|John R. Thompson, Jr.||Former Head Coach of Georgetown University men’s basketball team||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|John W. Rogers, Jr.||Director of McDonald’s Corporation and The New York Times Company||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Mark G. Parker||Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michelle A. Peluso||Senior Vice President Digital Sales and Chief Marketing Officer at IBM||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Peter B. Henry||Director of Citigroup Inc.||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Philip H. Knight||Chairman Emeritus of the Board||NIKEemail@example.com|
|Timothy D. Cook||CEO of Apple, Inc.||NIKEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Travis A. Knight||President and CEO of LAIKA, LLC||NIKEemail@example.com|
7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT NIKE
Nike taps Kohl's tech exec for new digital role
- Ratnakar Lavu became the company's first global Chief Digital Information Officer on June 17, 2019.
- He will lead all of Nike's global technology functions across the enterprise with responsibility for accelerating new digital capabilities for Nike.
Nike Buys Predictive-Analytics Company in Fresh Digital Push
- Celect, which last year raised $15 million from a handful of investors, offers predictive analytics that will help Nike optimize retail inventory and predict consumer patterns.
- In 2018 alone, Nike has debuted a new type of retail store, enhanced its member app, and unveiled a new product line, all of which is centered on learning more about its customers on an individual level.
Nike renews marketing team
- Nike is turning to a combination of fresh talent and old hands as it shakes up its marketing team with a raft of new appointments and promotions.
- Adrienne Lofton, a former top marketer at Under Amour arrives as VP of Marketing.
- Nicole Hubbard Graham was promoted to Direct Marketing and VP of global category.
- Gino Fisanotti has been promoted as Nike's first VP of global brand creative.
- David Creech became VP of brand creative for North America.
Nike Air Manufacturing Innovation Expands to Arizona
- This expansion is expected to generate more than 500 full-time jobs and result in an investment of at least $184 million.
- The new Arizona facility represents Nike’s third manufacturing center location dedicated to Nike Air.
Nike's New Triple Double Distribution Strategy Hits The Ground Running
- Nike has promised to double its cadence and impact of innovation, double its speed to market and double its direct connections with consumers.
- Nike could potentially edit out a number of distribution partners from its current slate of 30,000 retailers to focus primarily on 40 that offer superior customer experiences, quality service, and storytelling that differentiates the brand.
Nike Laid Off 1.4K American Workers Last Year, Outsourced NY Factory to Honduras
- In Beaverton, Oregon – where Nike headquarters remain – the district lost more American jobs to Chinese outsourcing than any other district in the state.
- In the last ten years, about 21,000 American jobs in the region have been outsourced to China by multinational corporations like Nike.
Nike Debuts Self-Fitting Smart-Sneaker Technology As Business Model Of Future
- The Nike Adapt BB performance basketball shoe is a system that combines an advanced power-lacing system and an app to create a custom fit and a fit that works with the athlete while creating a fresh approach to business.
- "Our long-term vision for innovation at Nike is a world in which intelligent products adapt at the speed of sport to improve an athlete's performance” – Michael Donaghu, Vice President of Innovation, Nike
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