DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co.’s top executives are assigning considerable importance to devising succession plans for the auto maker’s key executives. “We spent six hours today working on succession planning together,” President and CEO Alan Mulally tells reporters here at a recent event marking his first year in office. “We went through all the talent inside Ford and looked at talent outside Ford.” It’s not just Mulally’s top post that is being evaluated but also all of Ford’s global ...
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