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WELCOME! //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////You’ve joined a world-class team at one of the world’s greatest brands. Ourpassion drives us to push boundaries, champion innovation and deliverunrivaled products so athletes all around the world can drive their games tothe highest levels. Our mission is to deliver product innovation and excellencethrough a revolutionized and sustainable*, world-class sourcebase. You arenow part of our mission.Over your first 90 days, use this onboarding playbook as a guide. Takeadvantage of the tools it offers and own your career path. Work closely withyour manager and team to go through this kit, and ask questions. This is atime to be a sponge, and figure out how to best contribute your talents to theorganization.We are excited to have you on the team,GERRY ROGERS VP, Global Sourcing & Manufacturing *lean, green, equitable and empowered ONBOARDING PLAYBOOK / WELCOME!


ABOUT THIS PLAYBOOK //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////Our goal is to welcome, guide, and support you in amplifying your success in your firstweek, month, quarter, and beyond. The areas outlined below will help organize yourjourney through this playbook. You can bookmark this playbook in your browser, or saveit to your desktop for quick and easy access to information, tools and links.This playbook includes general onboarding information as well as Procurement specificonboarding. It is intended to be a complement to the Global Onboarding (GO) site(onboarding.nike.com) and the Global Operations & Technology Onboarding site. Forthe best onboarding experience, you should leverage information from all three sources.SECTION 1: GSM OVERVIEWSECTION 2: YOUR PLANSECTION 3: DEVELOPMENT ONBOARDING PLAYBOOK / ABOUT THIS PLAYBOOK


SECTION 1GSM OVERVIEW


GOT ORG STRUCTURE ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Nike, Inc.’s organizational structure is an ever-changing thing. The Global Operations and Technology (GOT) organizational structure is no different. Make sure you talk with your manager about the structure, how it fits together and who does what, where. Also, see where your team fits in and how you can best navigate the Nike matrix. GLOBAL OPERATIONS & TECHNOLOGY ERIC SPRUNKGLOBAL SHARED SERVICES GLOBAL LOGISTICS GLOBAL SOURCING CONVERSE CHIEF SUPPLY & PROCUREMENT & GEO OPERATIONS & MANUFACTURING CHAIN OFFICER HANS VAN ALEBEEK MIKE BREWER GERRY ROGERS VENKATESH ALAGIRISAMY GLOBAL PLANNING GLOBAL REAL ESTATE WORKPLACE DESIGN TECHNOLOGY & CONNECTIVITY AMY WHITE TBH JIM SCHOLEFIELD PATTY ROSS ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING NICK ATHANASAKOSONBOARDING PLAYBOOK / GSM OVERVIEW


GSM ORG STRUCTURE//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////Nike, Inc.’s organizational structure is an ever-changing thing. The GSM organizational structure is no different. Make sure you talk withyour manager about the structure, how it fits together and who does what where. Also, see where your team fits in and how you can bestnavigate the Nike matrix. GLOBAL SOURCING & MANUFACTURING GERRY ROGERS FINANCE STRATEGY HUMAN RESOURCES BUSINESS PARTNER KABIR BHATIA ALLEN STODDARD ALISON DAUGHERTY CENTER OF FOOTWEAR APPAREL SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE SOURCING & MFG SOURCING & MFG MFG & SOURCING REVOLUTIONAGATA RAMALLO GARCIA MARK ALLEN ERNIE ROSE NOEL KINDER GREG BUI PROCESS & SYSTEMS MATERIALS & GLBL LABS PRODUCT INTEGRITY MFG PERFORMANCE MFG INNOVATION LINDA SWITZER BILL REHM SCOTT CRUMP JOHN RICHARDS SEANA HANNAH PERFORMANCE MGMT PLANNING PLANNING OPERATIONS ADVANCED MFG SHAUN HOUSTON SUSAN ATENCIO AN CLAES JOHN FULLER MICHAEL NEWTON OPTIMIZATION AMERICAS LO AMERICAS LO MFG LABOR & INNOV. BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT RYAN WARR LAURIE HATCH BOB JONES ANDREW OGILVIE NEAL OSTERHAUS MANUFACTURING INDEX IHM MFG/NLOs ENVIRONMENT & INNOV. SUST. MFG EXCELLENCE ERICA SCHROEDER LALIT MONTEIRO MARK GRIFFIE SCOTT VITTERS JAMES LEITHEISER SOURCING & MFG OPS MODERNIZATION & OPS ADVANCED MFG ISSUES MANAGEMENT STRATEGY / FINANCE CARLO QUINONEZ ROBERT CONRADT DISPAYAN DASGUPTA JUDEY WENTE LIAM BOSSI ITALY PCC INNOVATION AMANDA TUCKER KERRYN FOSTER MFG/NLOs CLAIRE WAHLONBOARDING PLAYBOOK / GSM OVERVIEW


GSM LEADERSHIP TEAM ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Names and faces to know.GERRY MARK ERNIE NOEL GREGROGERS ALLEN ROSE KINDER BUI VP GLOBAL SOURCING VP GLOBAL FOOTWEAR VP GLOBAL APPAREL VP SUSTAINABLE MFG VP MANUFACTURING & MANUFACTURING SOURCING & MFG OPERATIONS & SOURCING REVOLUTIONIn his current role, Gerry is Mark is responsible for sourcing Ernie is responsible for Apparel Noel is responsible for Greg is responsible for drivingresponsible for contract sourcing and manufacturing for Global Operations in Global Sourcing and collaborating with Nike Inc.'s leadership, strategy andand manufacturing across all Nike Footwear, including Global Manufacturing. He started at Nike business units, contracted factory exploration of new and betterproduct types and all Nike Inc. Footwear Planning, Materials over 26 years ago as a Customer leadership, and external methods of making product. Hisbrands. Gerry joined Nike in 2005 Operations and Modernization and Service Rep in Emerging Markets. stakeholders on the evolution team develops broad, collaborativeand has led both the European & In-House Manufacturing Over the course of his career, he’s of the company's sustainable partnerships across Innovation,Global Supply Chain teams. Prior (producer of our air bags). He spent 8 years overseas in Europe, business performance Manufacturing, Productto Nike, Gerry worked at started at Nike in 1991 as a Hong Kong, and Vietnam. policies. This work benefits both Merchandising, Supply Chain,Accenture for 14 years. Originally Production Manager in South Nike's and our contracted Finance and Human Resources.from Ireland, Gerry lives in Korea and has held positions in His favorite sports were football, factories' business performance, He started at Nike as a Nike RetailPortland with his wife, Nicole and Manufacturing, Costing, Product basketball and baseball when he supports the well-being of Manager.two children, Eben and Maud. Development, Business Process was younger but now contracted factories' workers and Development NIKEiD and it’s golf. contributes to Nike's efforts in His favorite sport is anything withHis favorite sports are soccer, Innovation. hitting aggressive sustainability a ball (ok, baseball).rugby, and golf. His favorite team Advice for new hires: targets. Noel has over 18 years ofis Manchester United. His favorite sports are baseball experience at Nike in a variety of Advice for new hires: and golf. Do a great at your current job, business functions and locationsAdvice for new hires: network across the matrix. worldwide. Think big and stay focused. Advice for new hires: Together, we all need to driveTake the time to build your His favorite sports are running, innovation so we can achieve ourrelationships. Find a mentor and seek out skiing and Ducks football. future potential. people that can make the complex simple. Advice for new hires: Know what inspires you and let it guide you!ONBOARDING PLAYBOOK / GSM OVERVIEW


GSM MISSION & STRATEGIC FOCUS ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Primary mission & areas of focus. GSM Deliver Product Innovation and Excellence Through a Revolutionized and Sustainable*, World Class Sourcebase FOOTWEAR APPAREL SM&S MANREV Create and Make Create and Make Embed Sustainability* Maximize the Full Exceptional Product Exceptional Product into Manufacturing Potential of Manufacturing. Deliver Innovation Deliver Innovation Focus on Labor Period. at Scale at Scale and Environment Elevate Current Modernize the Target Tier 1 (finished PartnersManufacturing Source product assembly) and Tier 2 (material Invent Disruptive Base production) Technologies *lean, green, equitable Unleash New Partners and empoweredONBOARDING PLAYBOOK / GSM OVERVIEW


GSM STRATEGIC HOUSE ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Every team in every organization at Nike, Inc. has a Strategic House, that is – a clear mission, a vision, several core strategic priorities, objectives, etc. for the fiscal year (FY). Talk with your manager about what your team’s strategic house is and how it supports the overall GSM strategic house for the FY. MISSION Deliver Product Innovation & Excellence Through a Revolutionized and Sustainable*, World Class Sourcebase PRIORITY INITIATIVES Accelerate Deliver Product Fuel PGP & Responsive Drive Materials EmbedMANREV Impact Innovation at Business Models Excellence Sustainability Quality & Scale to Drive Value KEY ENABLERS Team GSM COE Planning Nike Costing Product NLO of and Talent Transformation Framework >[email protected] Drive: Plan, land, and grow managers. talent; Inspire: Inspire the culture of Visit our site to sign up the NIKE, Inc. brands; https://nikeu.nike.com/course/managerThe NikeU Leadership &Management Portal is yoursingle destination for learningas a manager at Nike. Trackyour employees’ developmentand help empower your team tounleash their potential. Find theresources you need to Lead,Coach, Drive and Inspire!Find out more at the NikeU Leadership &Management Portal:https://nikeu.nike.com/leadership-and-management/homeONBOARDING PLAYBOOK / DEVELOPMENT


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