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Goody Celebrates OGSM 2017

18 Dec 2016
Goody Celebrates OGSM 2017

Goody OGSM is one of the most critical event every year, where the Goody family gets together to review yearly progress and share corporate business strategies. Held in the serene setting of Park Hyatt Jeddah, the event lived true to Goody promise ‘To Amaze More’. Goody corporate team surprised all Goodyians as they transformed a typical business gathering to a thematic outdoor event filled with fun and frolics. Every Goodyian was asked to roll up his/her sleeves and become more resourceful, more real and more impactful within limited means.

The idea was to mirror the difficult consumer market trends, every participant was made to feel the decision dilemmas faced by the consumer. Just as the consumer is short of choices under rising inflation and declining purchasing power. Goodyians were also made to utilize limited resources and time to create amazing results.

Once through with the fun filled Be More Goody activation, business agenda was commenced. This is where Goody’s lead team cascaded corporate strategy pillars for the coming year and beyond. With inspirational speeches the core message to the audience was to focus on winning the challenges within, it was made clear that in 2017 the real change is ‘You versus You’. There is no limit in reaching one's goals and the real potential lies within every Goodyian, it’s time to be More Goody than ever before.

Abdu Kasm Shami
Associate Logistics Manager

During my career through being a Goodyian, I have gained much practical experience that has helped me evolve significantly on a professional level. The family sprit that I am livin...Read More Shareg with, surrounded by an amazing team, has enabled me to share great ideas, have high ambitions and overcome rising challenges to achieve excellence and attain best performance; and this is what differentiates the Goody environment. I am really proud to be part of Goody and I think of it as my second home rather than a workplace.Show Less Share