Cristina GhettiNestlé Global Services Spain S.L.- Head of Workforce 360 and Nearshore IT Hub Milan
Cristina Ghetti has been Global Head of Workforce 360 since March 2020 and leading the nearshore IT hubs in Barcelona and Milan since October 2020.
She is driving the evolution of the stream, which includes a blend of foundational and transformational products like Collaboration, Content, Portal, Customer Care, Devices and Engagement, to make every moment of truth with technology for the Nestlé employees count. In addition, she is leading the nearshore IT hubs in Barcelona and Milan, a community of 700+ IT experts working globally and covering the entire spectrum of IT scope at Nestlé. The hubs combine the agile, product oriented and innovative approach of a startup with the ability to scale, global reach and complexity of a big corporation, in a combination that is unique in reach and size in the FMCG industry.
Cristina is an IT professional with more than 20 years of experience across different industries, companies and geographies. She has held positions in major companies like Coca Cola European Partners, Kimberly-Clark, AkzoNobel, HP and Procter & Gamble, Her professional experience spans across major project and program management activities, IT organizational change management, merge and acquisitions, IT services outsourcing and supplier's management. Cristina holds a Telecommunication Engineering Master Degree from the University of Bologna.
She has worked out of Italy, Switzerland, USA, The Netherland, United Kingdom and Spain , where she is currently based working from the IT Global hub in Barcelona.
“For a long time, a good day for people providing IT services was the day nobody remembered you existed because everything worked. Nowadays this is not enough anymore, and a good day is the one when we change the experience and the way technology comes to fruition for our employees”
9:30 a.m. PST — Friday, February 18, 2022
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