After completing her MBA in 2007, Toby Johnson joined, a former Army pilot with the 18th Airborne Corps Rapid Deployment Force PepsiCo Leadership Development Program (LDP). For its first contract with PepsiCo, Johnson accepted a job as a production manager at a Frito-Lay plant in Williamsport, PA. The Williamsport plant had 200 employees and 54 million pounds of production per year. The case describes how Johnson took charge of the system and its Action Plan for the implementation of a new s … Read more »

After completing her MBA in 2007, Toby Johnson joined, a former Army pilot with the 18th Airborne Corps Rapid Deployment Force PepsiCo Leadership Development Program (LDP). For its first contract with PepsiCo, Johnson accepted a job as a production manager at a Frito-Lay plant in Williamsport, PA. The Williamsport plant had 200 employees and 54 million pounds of production per year. The case describes how Johnson responsible for the facility and their plan of action for implementation adopted a new set of changes. During the tenure of William Johnson at the sports complex was nominated as a potential site for a company-wide initiative transformative. This initiative would have major changes in the structure and current team incentive program within Frito-Lay result. Johnson had to think carefully about this change implementation.
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Boris Groysberg,
Leslie Danford,
Amy Lodge,
Tereh Sayles
Source: Harvard Business School
19 pages.
Publication Date: Mar 08, 2010. Prod #: 410103-PDF-ENG
Toby Johnson (A): Leading After School HBR case solution

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