EXPLANATION:Nike always create change in business in order to move forward and remain as the top company.Not just in product aspect, but human resource aspect as well.This is to ensure that the company always looks fresh and the quality always at its best.
EXAMPLE: On JULY 18, 2017 NIKE announced Monique Matheson will become Nike’s EVP, Global Human Resources. Matheson will succeed David Ayre, who will retire from Nike after more than ten years leading the company’s Human Resources function. As a member of the executive leadership team, Ayre played an important role in Nike’s accelerated growth, advancing Nike’s HR strategy in support of the company’s continued global expansion.
Matheson, a 19-year veteran of Nike, most recently served as VP, Chief Talent and Diversity Officer, overseeing all aspects of Talent Management and Diversity and Inclusion. She has held roles of increasing seniority including VP and Senior Business Partner, leading Human Resources for the North America geography, Global Product Creation (Footwear, Apparel and Equipment), Global Finance and NIKE, Inc. Affiliates.
Prior to joining Nike, Matheson practiced employment law and holds a law degree from Indiana University Bloomington, School of Law, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington. Matheson will report to Mark Parker, Chairman, President and CEO of NIKE, Inc