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The project manager portfolio product optimisation assesses cost and complexity prior to a deployment of initiatives and influences/ supports decision making of senior stakeholders within IMB leadership team, GCO, Regions, GSC centers of expertise across Product and Supply Chain, Global procurement and Finance. This includes creation of brand standards framework within FMC category for Global and multi-market regional brands and preparing business recommendations for Group marketing based on portfolio complexity analysis. Support design to value framework that aims to optimise IMB product portfolio for cost and complexity by providing transparency within governance forums, deliver insights and analytics to make informed product investment decisions in accordance with consumer needs and IMB Portfolio strategy and coordinate discovery of new ideas with subject matter experts within GSC.
Interested applicants should apply with their CV highlighting their suitability for the role.
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