Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Are the Changes in John Deere Senior Management Team Going to Affect the Company’s Policy

 The announced changes in the company’s senior management team made the observers wonder about the direction in which John Deere is going to head. The decision, made as a result of the anticipated retirement of the two executives, is hoped to enhance Deere & Company ability to develop the leadership talents.
Samuel R. Allen, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer believes that these leadership changes will add up to the management effectiveness and the advanced organizational alignment in Deere’s strife to complete the 2018 objectives.
David C. Everitt, the president of agriculture and turf division, and James R. Jenkins, senior vice president and general counsel have revealed their retirement plans early enough for the company to initiate the transition process of the key roles in organization.  Allen has announced that all the management assignments related with the planned retirement  are effective September 1.

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