OSI Group has made a change in their leadership roles in reference to their sustainability strategy for the global food company. Nicole Johnson-Hoffman has been announced as their new chief sustainability officer beginning on July first of this year. Her duties in this new position will run concurrent to her existing responsibilities as senior vice president to chief operating officer David McDonald’s Global Business Unit. She is now in charge of directing global teams in their approach to expanding an ongoing strategy to determine the best business methods for improvement of the impact the company has.
Employees, stakeholders, global food suppliers and even consumers will now be part of a collaborative effort to utilize resources at the disposal of OSI Group to produce more favorable results worldwide within the scope of refining efficiency. This direction will have its basis in the concept that tactics always have the potential for positive changes being made to their upshots. This is all part of a core belief that the focus of OSI Group in regard to sustainability can have a beneficial outcome for the communities where they do business and indeed the environment itself. This is just another step in the direction they have been taking toward a better tomorrow regarding all the various individuals, organizations and entities they touch. This shows their dedication to effective alterations being paramount.
OSI Group has had their eye on this developmental progress for some time and has now just proceeded down this path further with the appointment of Nicole Johnson-Hoffman to oversee their global initiative for sustainability. The company is no stranger to the use of new technology since its humble beginning as a local Chicago butcher shop. It has grown to be a global food conglomerate and one of the largest food producers in the world today. OSI Group has had a great interest in a reduction of their environmental footprint while simultaneously embracing methods of improving efficiency. Sustainability is one of the techniques through which they have sought to make these OSI business goals a reality by qualifying decisions based on these central principles of responsible stewardship and operation.