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Dow Decentralizes Management Structure

11:19 AM MDT | September 4, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

Dow Chemical says it will eliminate its current business division structure and move toward a global business unit model in order to reduce structure at the top of management and create a more “agile, flexible, and customer-focused company.” Each business unit will be run by business presidents who will be fully accountable for generating increased earnings. The business presidents will report to a newly formed executive committee comprised of CEO Andrew Liveris; executive v.p.’s James Fitterling, Joe Harlan, and Howard Ungerleider; and...

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