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7 days ago

Product Line Manager - Saucony

Wolverine World Wide Lexington, MA

At Saucony, we exist for runners. This focus and passion fuels us as we strive to create the best running shoes, classic shoes and apparel on the… Beyond.com

7 days ago

Spécialiste Marketing Merrell (Contrat 1 an) / Marketing Specialist Merrell (1yr

Wolverine World Wide St Sauveur, PQ,CA

* Organiser la livraison du matériel marketing destines aux représentants des ventes. * Assurer l’exactitude des… Beyond.com

6 days ago

Front End Web Designer/ Developer

Wolverine World Wide Lexington, MA

The Front End Web Designer/ Developer will support web marketing and design initiatives for Wolverine Worldwide’s wide array of renowned brands… Beyond.com

3 days ago

Director of Product Integrity – new

Wolverine World Wide Lexington, MA

* Responsible for global fit standards and testing calibration. Lead the global fit team development, ensuring calibration to regional foot anatomy… Beyond.com

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Wolverine World Wide President, CEO, and Director Blake W. Krueger
Blake W. Krueger
25 Ratings

    David bought Goliath and runs things David's way.

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    A very friendly work environment. Rockford MI office has a legacy of managing brands like Hush Puppies and Merrill.


    Lexington office has most successful brands like Sperry Top-Sider, Stride Rite and Saucony but Rockford wants to run things their way. Blake Krueger, like most CEOs, cares most about cutting costs and stock price. There has been yearly visits by the suits to hand out lay-offs-- bad for morale. There seems to be no commitment to building brands and growing business.

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    I have two words for management "Brand Equity". If you keep running things this way you are going turn the Sperry Top-Sider and Saucony brands into Hush Puppies and Merrill.

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