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    1 : VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS Meet & Greet with Fortune 100 Employers Online October 22 – November 5, 2008 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    2 : Secondary Information Welcome! Announcements Introductions October 22-November 5 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    3 : Headline for slide here Learn more the industry & current market dynamics Gain insights about company culture and MBA hiring opportunities Meet & Greet recruiting contacts Ask questions! Purpose 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    4 : Headline for slide here Coming Events: Virtual Corporate Presentations 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    5 : Headline for slide here Financial Services FAST Track Online Panel: Interview Do’s & Don’ts Monday, November 17 -- 5:00 to 6:00 pm EST Are you getting ready to start the interview process? Need a refresher course on how to make a great first impression? Not sure what to expect given the economy? Citi, Deutsche Bank and Goldman, Sachs & Co. want to help you maximize your interview opportunities>> --What to do before, during, and after the interview --Review typical types of interview questions and the content for a ½ hour interview Learn how to market yourself from these leading recruiting experts! Coming Events: MBA Webinars 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    6 : Headline for slide here Gaining the Competitive Advantage—Increase Comfort in the Stretch Zone Kathryn Mayer, CEO, KC Mayer Consulting February 17, 6pm EST As women advance, they need to become career savvy which means that these women leaders know what smart career risks to take and how to manage them successfully. Smart risk taking comes from understanding the three zones of performance: comfort, stretch, and yikes; and learning how to thrive in the stretch zone. The Balance Equation: Combining Work and Life without Subtracting Life Judith Finer Freedman, Founder of The Balanced Worker Project April 21, 6pm EST Join in on this web seminar where you will learn the essentials for balancing work and home demands without compromising your career path. Judith will provide you with winning strategies for communicating your personal needs to managers, establishing equity as a new hire, and understanding best flexible practices in the field. Coming Events: MBA Webinars 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    7 : Headline for slide here MARK YOUR CALENDARS! MBA Women’s Conference June 26-27, 2009 New York, NY Career Fair June 26, 2009 Dialogue With Leadership Luncheon June 26, 2009 Deirdre Connelly, President, Lilly USA Pattie Sellers, Editor, Fortune Coming Events: MBA Women’s Conference 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    8 : Headline for slide here Power Tools! Forté’s job finder, resume database, and online directory www.fortefoundation.org/powertools Upload your resume today! Post your resume in our Power Tools job bank and browse job openings posted by leading organizations. Take control of your job search by using Forté’s Network of Women Leaders directory to identify job contacts or potential mentors. Power Tools 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    9 : Headline for slide here 25 minutes – company presentation 5 minute – live survey 15 minutes – Q&A online via the Q&A section on the lower right hand corner of your computer screen 5 minutes – close session Presentation Format 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    10 : Headline for slide here Let’s Get Started! Johnson & Johnson People and values are our greatest assets. We know that every invention, every product, and every breakthrough we’ve brought to human health and well-being has been powered by people. Not ordinary people, though, but people whose personal values drive them to make a difference in the world. We believe the shared values embodied in Our Credo help us attract and keep the most talented values-driven people in the world. Diversity is a central part of the cultures across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. It’s a key to our people’s passion for improving the health and well-being of people the world over. Further, our commitment to diversity and inclusion is deeply rooted in the values instilled by Our Credo and is exemplified in a number of our companies’ programs and activities. Company Introduction 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    11 : Headline for slide here Marcia E. Mollica Johnson & Johnson - Director, Finance Leadership Development Program Recruiting 732-524-3628 mmollic2@corus.jnj.com Marcia Mollica is the Director of Financial Leadership Development Program Recruiting for Johnson & Johnson in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She is responsible for all aspects of undergraduate and MBA hiring including measuring the impact of recruiting efforts and guiding the Finance division in establishing best practices to ensure high caliber students are hired into the Finance LDP programs. Additionally, she manages the finance relationship with Johnson & Johnson Recruiting in bringing experienced hires into the Finance Organization. Marcia has worked at a various Johnson & Johnson affiliates including ETHICON where she held the position of Worldwide Director Financial Planning and Reporting, Advanced Sterilizations Products as the Operations Controller and Johnson Healthcare Systems. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, she spent six years at Wyeth Pharmaceuticals supporting various business functions and three years at Arthur Andersen. Marcia is a 1987 graduate of The University of Houston, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant. Speaker Introduction 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    12 : Finance MBA Leadership Development Program
    13 : Headline for slide here See pop-up box. Live Survey 2008 VIRTUAL CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS
    14 : LEADERSHIP MOVES OUR BUSINESS FORWARD… Over $61 billion in global sales in 2007 Net earnings for 2007 were $10.6 billion More than 250 companies in 57 countries Over 120,000 employees Exceptional financial stability and steady growth Dividends issued every quarter to shareholders since 1944 Dividends raised each year for 46 years Sales increased each year for 75 consecutive years 24 consecutive years of adjusted earnings increase Over the last 10 years, JNJ stock generated a 9.1% total return for investors compared to a 5.9 % total return for the S&P 500 Recognition as one of the most admired and respected companies in the world “Best corporate reputation in America” – Wall Street Journal, February 2004
    15 : 35% 24% 41% Medical Devices & Diagnostics Sector $21.7B Consumer Sector $14.5B Pharmaceuticals Sector $24.9B $USD in Billions Total J&J = $61.1B JOHNSON & JOHNSON 2007 SALES BY SEGMENT
    16 : Ortho Biotech Ortho-McNeil Neurologics Ortho Women’s Health & Urology Pricara Centocor Alza GPSG McNeil Pediatrics J&J PRD Tibotec Scios Janssen Pharmaceutica Ortho-Neutrogena OraPharma Ethicon Ethicon Endo-Surgery Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics J&J Health Care Systems Depuy Cordis LifeScan Independence Tech. Therakos Veridex J&J Vision Care Pharmaceuticals Medical Devices & Diagnostics Consumer Business Structure Women’s Health Stayfree Carefree Oral Care Listerine Rembrandt Reach Wound Care Band Aid Neosporin WW R&D Sales & Logistics OTC/Nutritionals Splenda Imodium Lactaid Tylenol Motrin Zyrtec Baby Johnson’s Baby Center Skin Care Neutrogena Aveeno Clean & Clear
    17 : Small-Company Environment Teamwork and collaboration Personal impact on the business goals of your company Supportive management Work-life effectiveness The importance of families Big-Company Impact Flexible career paths Opportunities across three business segments World-class leadership training and development resources of a global business leader AN ENVIRONMENT FOR GROWTH AND ACHIEVEMENT…
    18 : WHAT IS THE FINANCE MBA LDP? Two year program that prepares recent MBA graduates to be “ready now” leaders eligible for promotion within the finance division at Johnson & Johnson Includes 2-4 rotational assignments at one Johnson & Johnson business unit
    19 : AREAS OF FINANCE ROTATIONS * Not a typical rotation
    20 : Partnering with the marketing department in cross-functional teams to analyze the competitive environment and forecasting sales for both the short and long range. Working with operations management on capital appropriations to identify optimum worldwide product sourcing configurations. Partnering with the New Business Development group to analyze potential distribution agreements, licensing opportunities and acquisitions. Performing financial analysis of target companies and products and presenting findings to management. Working with functional areas on financial models for strategic planning focused on driving capital efficient profitable growth. TYPICAL ASSIGNMENTS
    21 : Horsham, PA Cincinnati, OH Raritan, NJ Somerville, NJ Raritan, NJ Raritan, NJ Rochester, NY and Raritan, NJ Skillman, NJ Milpitas, CA Jacksonville, FL Ft. Washington, PA LOCATIONS Irvine, CA Warsaw, IN
    22 : Year 1: 40 hours of learning Consortium training identified by operating company based on individual needs Exposure to field sales, product knowledge manufacturing and process excellence Year 2: Management Fundamentals One year of learning (1 week of classroom and the balance is e-learning) Credo, Self Management, Talent Management, Coaching, Leadership and Teamwork Strongly encouraged to pursue a professional certification (CMA or CPA) Assigned a mentor at the director level that helps to guide them to success in the program DEVELOPMENT
    23 : Annual Meeting at Corporate that provides program participants with: Exposure to senior leadership. Panel discussion with Dominic Caruso’s staff. Lunch with operating company CFO’s. Updates on business results and initiatives. Review of major product and technology pipeline. Finance Strategic Plan presentation. Presentations on business segments by participants. Johnson & Johnson Credo and Standards of Leadership education. Networking opportunities with other participants. MBA SUMMIT
    24 : On-boarding Training for First-Year MBA LDPs at Corporate Facilitate introduction to fellow first-year MBA LDPs across J&J Discuss program characteristics and expectations Informational training sessions on the company and business Peer Mentoring from MBA LDP “Buddy” Assigned to each first-year MBA LDP to support transition into J&J Buddy will be from a different operating company to offer diverse perspective MBA LDP Committees Opportunity for MBA LDPs to offer feedback and continually enhance program Additional interaction with MBA LDPs and leaders from different operating companies OTHER PROGRAM ELEMENTS
    25 : Utilize and further develop skills required for a management position Become familiar with business issues and the operating environment Develop necessary technical finance and accounting skills Make significant contributions and achievements that lead to a management position EXPECTATIONS
    26 : MBA with relevant coursework (Finance and Accounting) 3-7 years of business experience Evident leadership capabilities Driven, high potential performers Ability to effectively lead others Aptitude and willingness to learn and apply technical finance and accounting skills Honesty and ethics that are in alignment with the Johnson & Johnson Credo Strong interpersonal skills Team player mentality Authorization to work permanently in the US WHAT IS JOHNSON & JOHNSON LOOKING FOR IN MBA LDP CANDIDATES?
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