P&G’s 1,000 PhDs Not Enough to Crank Up New Blockbusters: RetailLauren Coleman-Lochner and Carol Hymowitz
For much of its history, Procter & Gamble Co. didn’t just roll out new products, it created new product categories, from the first mass-produced disposable diapers to Crest teeth-whitening kits. That’s one reason P&G has more than 1,000 Ph.D.’s among the 8,000 employees at its 26 innovation facilities around the world.
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