AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler Group shifts its procurement and supply organization with the addition of boards of directors responsible for each component. The boards consist of up to five members, with each having their job performance rating and financial incentives tied to the performance of their respective suppliers. Peter Rosenfeld “For every component we have an engineer, a buyer, a supplier quality specialist and supply specialist, and in those cases where it is a consumer ...
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