Transcript: Basic Information: Headquatered in Dearborn, Michigan Automotive Industry Owns Ford and Lincoln Brands Romania Russia South Africa Spain Taiwan Thailand Turkey United Kingdom United States Venezuela Vietnam Major Accomplishments Assembly Line Model T Did not file for bankruptcy Sync Rebranding of models Fortune 500 (#10) Fiesta and Taurus- most profitable since 1999 Argentina Australia Belgium Brazil Canada China France Germany India Japan Mexico Philippines What's Unique? Self- discipline Independent Locally grown Large community presence "Ford Motor Company is focused on creating a strong business that builds great products that contribute to a better world."- Ford Corporate Responsibility Statement A Multinational Company Team Four Ford Motor Company On Par? More environmently friendly New lifestyle for consumers Focusing on new markets Evolving Technology Charitable Efforts Diversity in the workplace YES! Challenges Bailout Downsizing Firestone Fight Foreign Competiton A Global Company Products sold in over 135 countries. Located in 23 countries. Why Ford? Local company We see and use products everyday Large presence in media High involvement rate with MSU Not perfect
Transcript: Brief History Founded by Henry Ford One of the largest and most profitable companies in the world Survived Great Depression Family controlled for over 100 years Management strategies and values passed down from generation to generation Human Resource Commitment of Ford Motor Company Faster teamwork and applying knowledge Anticipating tomorrow's challenges and opportunities Push the limits with innovative business solutions Challenge norms and search out emerging HR issues and trends Lead the change effort Take action, deliver results, and resolve problems Embrace diversity and use it to deliver a competitive advantage Measure results to support accountability Reward individuals based on their performance and their contribution to Ford's business success Human Resource Skills EEO Affirmative action Disabilities Contract negotiations with labor unions global and cross cultural awareness Group Dynamic and Teamwork Ford Motor Company teamwork philosophy is based on Henry Ford's theories. "Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." Team-building exercises Ford's success is based on teamwork. Beginning with 3 or 4 men working on Model-T's. Teams working together within every department and with other departments Organizational Effectiveness Ford's structure Effectiveness at Ford Company's accomplishments Values, beliefs and languages Goals and purposes Motivating at Ford Wages and Benefits Management Working conditions Recognition Changing Management Environment Global Economy Technology The Evolving Workplace Change adaption, recreation, strategic Conflict Ford Planning Long term planning Artificial Intelligence Renewable resources Ford Intranet Intranet growth Positive effects Global awareness and Cross-Cultural Effectiveness Diversity Competitive wages 62 nationalities 100% rating on human rights and equality Global in multiple aspects Corporate Social Responsibilty Definition 50,000 employees walked $20 per test drive Essential for longterm success Ford Environmentalism in Management Triple Bottom Line Chicago Climate Echange Creating cars with power and industry leading gas milage Quality passed longtime leaders Strategic Management Avoided Bankruptcy Declined Governments Bailout offer Hired CEO from outside Auto Industry Changed Corporate environment Sold off assets Closed dealerships and Factories Negotiated with unions
Transcript: Founder Why you should support us? Our company was founded by Henry Ford and his acquaintance Alexander Y. Malcomson Established The benefits of our company is that it provides you with awsome transportation and allows you to get from place to place quicker. They want you to buy one. You know you want to Benefits Ford Company What we are We are the first company to make affordable vehicles for the public and are also the first to bring assembly line style of working into the world. By Alex Lopez We were established in 1903 and the company is based in Dearborn, Michigan. We are an American Auto making company and what we do is build automobile that are affordable for everyone.
Transcript: Ford Focus In order to calculate the highway mpg of the new Ford Focus we used our quadratic function derived from information from our mechanics. Since highway mpg is based off driving at a speed of 60mph we plugged in 60 to our equation. driving at 20mph, reached 26 miles driving at 40mph, reached 34 miles driving at 50mph, reached 32 miles Highway MPG MPG Overview According to our mechanics, the new Ford Focus had these results upon placing one gallon of gas inside: In order to calculate the city mpg of the new Ford Focus we used our quadratic function derived from information from our mechanics. Since city mpg is based off driving at a speed of 35mph we plugged in 35 to our equation. In order to find the speed at which the new Ford Focus is the most efficient, we found the vertex, or maximum point of our quadratic function. By finding the vertex of our quadratic function, we also find out the mpg at the most efficient speed. Efficiency We determined the city mpg of the new Ford Focus to be 33.5 mpg. We have determined that the new Ford Focus will acheive 26 highway mpg. Conclusion Years of research has shown us that the number of miles you can drive on a gallon of gas has a quadratic relationship with the speed you are traveling. Mechanical Data City MPG Our data has lead us to suggest that the new Ford Focus would be a very good investment and an excellent car to have in this economy because gas prices are as they are, you would not need to fill up as much, resulting in great savings. This means that the most efficient speed for the new Ford Focus is 40mph and at that speed it achieves its best possible miles per gallon at 34 mpg. We then use the numbers we got for variables a, b, and c to form our quadratic function. The quadratic function that relates the number of miles you can drive on a gallon of gas to how fast you're going is: These distance and speed combinations provided us with points that we used to work out our quadratic function relating speed of travel and miles per gallon.
Transcript: Questions? Scuba Diving Lessons In October 1913, Ford Motor Company began mass production of their vehicle. Paid Vacations Discounted Sports and Amusement Park Tickets Vision Coverage Henry Ford founded Ford Motor Company in 1903 Discounted Automobiles Ford's Organizational Heirarchy Tuition Assistance Benefits of Working at Ford Dental Medical
Transcript: FORD MOTOR COMPANY COMPETITORS CORE VALUES Our people are the source of our strength Our products are the end result of our efforts Our profits are the ultimate measure of how efficiently we provide our customers with the best products for their needs TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT Training Education Development Training Competitive Advantage Enhancing Recruitment Increasing Worker Competence Reducing Turnover Improving Cost Efficiency Maximizing Productivity A DECLINED BAILOUT Leadership and Management Development SUCCESSION PLANNING AT FORD FORD'S NEW BUSINESS LEADER PROGRAM An innovative approach to leadership with the intent of sparking revolutionary ideas and increasing the skills among managerial leaders. The unification of Ford's global operations through succession planning coupled with programs aimed at creating a more skilled workforce are two factors creating a more nimble business approach for Mulally and his team. The Instructional Process • What To Teach • How To Maximize Participant Learning • Selecting An Appropriate Method • Ensuring Training Is Used On-The-Job • Evaluating Program Effectiveness FIVE PRINCIPLES OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS AT FORD • Corporate / Field Leadership and Management • Manufacturing and Production • Technical and Service • Field Management and Sales Manufacturing & Production Early adopter to online training Rigorous Compliance / Quality testing SAE Technical Training Technical Service & Maintenance ASSET Program FACT Program MLR Program What is “A Ford Franchise Dealership?” Three Key Training Priorities For The Field • Validation of Compliance • Quality of All Ford Personnel In The Field • Ensuring All Ford Customers Receive a Quality Experience Basic Franchisee-Dealer Compliance Developing An Informed, Skilled and Motivated Sales team How To Drive and Sustain Internal and External Excellence JOHN Difference between “CONCEPTUAL” and “PRACTICAL” Training and Development
Transcript: Ford Motor Company Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr History Ford Apps for Mobile Device 1. History 2. Innovation 3. Market Situation 4. Interesting Facts 5. Conclusion Thank you for your attention Interesting facts The 'PEANUTS' (comic strip) characters were first animated in a Ford Fairlane commercial The champagne spraying at the end of races was started after the GT40's placed 1-2-3 at Le Mans in 1966 Ford acquired the Lincoln Motor Company in 1925 As most people know, Ford produced the first assembly line for automobiles. Something most people don't know is that Henry Ford supposedly got the idea from a process that was used to slaughter pigs 22,000 Mustangs were sold within the first day of its release Phil Clark is the original designer of the galloping horse logo Henry Ford Company was founded in 1903 Assembly line concept Ford Mustang Ford World Rally Team Environmental initiatives Innovation Electric Avenues Market Situation Lane Keeping System Plan of Presentation: Ford EcoSport Conclusion
Transcript: Ford Motor Company Address: One American Road Dearborn, MI 48126 Phone: 313-845-300 Website: www.ford.com Ford Motor Company primarily develops, manufactures, distributes, and services vehicles and parts worldwide. It operates in two sectors, Automotive and Financial Services. The Automotive sector offers vehicles primarily under the Ford and Lincoln brand names.The Financial Services sector offers various automotive financing products to and through automotive dealers. History: IT WAS STARTED BY HENRY FORD. HE INTRODUCED THE MODEL T IN 1908. AROUND 1918, ABOUT HALF OF AMERICA'S CARS WERE MODEL Ts. THE PRODUCTION OF MODEL TS MADE FORD THE LARGEST AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. Advanced overseas In 1922, Ford acquired Lincoln Motor Company in the desire of expanding its market share. Struggles: Recession -Ford was close to declaring bankruptcy -Closed a lot of plants and layed off a lot of people successes: used money that they borrowed before the recession to use for designing new cars. The new cars are selling well and Ford is making money Social Responsibility: Donate to charities Drive One 4 Your School program Sustainability Report Key Executives Executive Chairman Mr. William Clay Ford Jr. Chief Executive mr. Alan R. mulally Chief Financial Officer Mr. Lewis W. K. Booth Executive VP: Mr. Mark Fields Executive VP of Manufacturing and Labor Affairs Mr. John Fleming Owner: William Clay Ford Jr. and the FOrd Family Employees: 164,000 Worldwide Latest sale figures: *Latest Quarter- 35527 (in millions) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Growth Rate(%) Brands: Ford Lincoln Stores: *Independent auto dealerships licensed by Ford to sell products. -Ford does not own them Business Description: Fax: 313-845-7512 Competitors: Toyota Motor Corporation General Motors Company Chrysler Group LLC Honda Resources: http://www.ford.com http://finance.yahoo.com/q/pr?s=F+Profile http://www.articlebase.com/cars-articles/brief-history-of-ford-471273.html http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/business/companies/ford_motor_company/index.html Products: Cars Crossovers and SUVs Trucks Hybrids and EVs Commercial sale trends: Founded in 1903 (in millions) Targeted Customer: They try to appeal to customers in many age ranges, income ranges, and lifestyles. 162,412 163,420 164,196 171,652 177,089 160,123 172,455 146,277 118,308 128,954 -3.0%
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