A.G. Lafley, back at the helm of Procter & Gamble after Robert McDonald resigned, has changed the company's organization, creating four global business groups. Each is led by an executive who could become the next CEO. "These new assignments mean A.G. is likely to stick around for at least a couple of years in order to ensure that the person who gets the CEO job produces results and earns the support of the other successor candidates," said John Wood, a vice chairman of search firm Heidrick & Struggles International.

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