The belly of the beast. That's where Anne Stevens, Ford vice president-North America Vehicle Operations, came to deliver a message about diversity in the workplace. Before an audience of mostly white, male, manufacturing executives in attendance at the recent Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City MI, Stevens spoke of the need for more women and minority workers in automotive plants, saying it's critical if the industry wants to hit its productivity goals. And she emphasized the ...
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