Improving Working Capital: General Mills Case Study

 

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  • February 1, 2011
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As a result of General Mills working capital management efforts the organization was able to reduce its working capital as a percentage of sales. During these efforts, General Mills created its "virtuous captial cycle" with the goal of holding zero domestic cash at the end of each day. 

Learn about the strategic processes used in this case study from APQC’s Improving Working Capital Management and Cash Flow Intelligence best practices report.

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