Senior Member of the Monitor Networks leadership team in Monitor Networks
In his capacity as a senior member of the leadership team of Monitor Networks Ciccone works to bring "applied innovation" to Monitor clients. In the throughout his thirty-year career at Procter & Gamble, he has held various management positions in marketing and sales and has directed numerous organizations in the United States and Europe. His main area of expertise tour around capacity building to market. While working at Procter & Gamble, Ciccone worked with retailers and top flight providers and created innovation centers worldwide.
These centers allow the company to collaborate with their customers and suppliers to get really innovative ideas. He also participated in various reorganizations and organizational acquisitions from the point of view of the integration.
Between 1995 and 2005, Ciccone served as global head of development business customers. In this role, he helped Procter & Gamble to launch a intervention initiative known as "commercial innovation", which analyzed the innovation different to that used in product development means; that is to say,
How you can and must innovate a company regardless of the new products? This question covering all areas of sales and also some areas of marketing and management of the supply chain. The time horizon extended for a period of three years. Ciccone has been very active in the sector of consumer goods packaged and in retailing. He identifying introduced in 1999 by
RF in the packaged goods sector and played a important role in the creation of the Auto ID Center at MIT. In the center work 70 specialists and each contributes to the development of standards for getting radio frequency identification (EPC) possible and applicable to
Here are some of the responsibilities it has assumed the Mr. Ciccone:
- Handling two brands of paper products Procter & Gamble.
- Sales Manager of Health and Beauty Care, which was the largest team
Procter & Gamble sales.
- Sales Management Procter & Gamble Italy, the fifth largest market more