Jesper Krüger on driving performance at AP Moller Maersk

In: BlogDate: Nov 25, 2015By: Claire Lickman

Jesper Krüger is Head of Group Performance and Analysis at AP Moller Maersk.

Jesper’s Performance and Analysis team is responsible for driving the company’s short-term and long-term planning cycles, and for analysing, tracking and challenging the performance of business units within the APMM Group against their strategic ambitions.

The team supports the Group and BU decision-making process by providing value-add analysis, financial management information, performance management reporting and financial planning.

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