2013 Global Diversity and Inclusion Awards Recognizes the One Ford Team Spirit
DEARBORN - At Ford Motor Company, successful diversity and inclusion efforts do not go unrecognized. Winners of the 2013 Global Diversity and Inclusion Awards were recently named and are being applauded for their ability to Go Further to bring diversity, inclusion and the One Ford commitment to life. Click here to read more.
Winners of the 2013 Global Diversity and Inclusion Awards
PD Finance Process Team Leads the Way in Global Process Improvement, Team Support
DEARBORN - The Global Product Development (PD) Finance Process group, recently honored with a Diversity and Inclusion Award, was created in 2012 to support strategic PD objectives and ongoing process improvements. The team is led by Ines Sabet and team members are located in both the U.S. and India. The U.S. PD Finance Process Teamoverall team objective is to ensure consistent financial reporting to drive financial health for all vehicle and powertrain programs globally though effective process and system deployment. Click here to read more.
Ford DOM John Savona Highlights Efforts to Honor Nation’s Military Veterans
LOUISVILLE - Ford Diversity and Inclusion Award Winner and Director of Manufacturing for Vehicle Operations John Savona was the leader of the Ford Veterans Network Group (VET NG) regional chapter at Louisville Assembly Plant (LAP) from 2010-2013. While at LAP, Savona led the chapter's involvement in the local community for various veteran-related initiatives and collaborated with local UAW community leaders in support of veterans projects. Click here to read more.
Ford’s Chip Campbell Works to Encourage Recruiting, Hiring of Military Veterans
DEARBORN - Chip Campbell, a Diversity and Inclusion Award winner, has positively represented Ford and the Ford Veterans Network Group (VET NG) by establishing relationships with the company’s Human Resources and Recruiting groups in order to align those departments with veterans transitioning to the workforce. Click here to read more.
Kelvin Squires Leads the Way at Work, in Community
LIVONIA, Mich. - Kelvin Squires, global delivery chief, Powertrain Manufacturing Engineering, leads teams on large scale programs for Engine, Transmission and Driveline Manufacturing. This scope covers all North American, South American, Asia Pacific and Africa powertrain facilities. Click here to read more.
Jose Pareja’s Document Translation Initiative Helps Encourage Comprehension of Training Material
DEARBORN - Jose Pareja is a certified Ford MODAPTS (Modular Arrangement of Predetermined Time Standard) instructor. MODAPTS is a technique used by Ford engineers to analyze the time required to perform work. The MODAPTS system uses a standardized alpha/numeric coding system based on the work motions. Click here to read more.
Chicago Stamping Plant Diversity Team’s ‘Bring Your Work to Your Family’ Develops New Campaign
CHICAGO - Two years ago, the Chicago Stamping Plant Diversity Team created a new campaign, ”Bring Your Work to Your Family.“ The goal of the campaign, a play on ”Bring Your Kids to Work Day,“was to address the common thread among manufacturing employees – family. Employees working in manufacturing seldom have the opportunity to share their work with their families, except through stories. The Diversity Team wanted their families to know and understand how much they are valued. Click here to read more.
Ford Worklife Integration Team Promotes Worklife Flexibility
DEARBORN - The FCSD Marketing Worklife Integration Team accepted the challenge to develop tools to support a culture of empowerment and worklife integration. The team began by looking externally at best practices in other organizations. Then, this passionate group developed a vision statement to empower each team member to control their lives and their contributions through the use of technology and coach employee-manager relationships. Click here to read more.
Bob Goodwin Receives Global Diversity and Inclusion Award for Fostering a Respectful and Inclusive Environment
DEARBORN - Bob Goodwin has been the co-lead and HR representative for the Finance Diversity Council for over 10 years. In this role, he has provided the council strategic direction and helped lead many initiatives. One initiative is the high school diversity module. This project involves teams of four to five volunteers delivering presentations at metro-Detroit high schools outlining the importance of diversity. Through Bob's efforts with the Finance Diversity Council, over 250 Finance employees have participated in this project and delivered over 60 presentations on creating diversity awareness and demonstrating how diversity benefits Ford. These presentations were delivered at about 15 high schools to approximately 2,100 students. Bob's assistance was critical in crafting the message for the High School Module. Click here to read more.
IT Strategy and Portfolio Manager Inspires Others to Own Working Together
DEARBORN - Winning the 2013 Global Diversity and Inclusion Award comes as no surprise to Stephen Livingston’s friends and family members. When it comes to fostering a respectful and inclusive environment, Livingston is known as a role model. Click here to read more.