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  • 1. Ford Motor Company BY HERB TAYLOR CMM521 WK-4
  • 2. Ford’s Vision Statement To become the world’s leading consumer company for automotive products and services.
  • 3. Managing the Unknowable Ford’s vision statement does meet Ralph D. Stacey’s requirements because they became the world’s leading automotive maker by being strategic planners, dealing with daily chaotic situations in a fast paced environment and effectively managing conflict and team dialogue.
  • 4. How Vision is Accomplished Strategic Planning Teamwork Management team with shared vision Technology Dedicated Employees
  • 5. How does conflict resolution fit into Ford’s Vision By effectively managing conflict the employees feel open about expressing any grievances, knowing they will be handled in a timely manner, which will ultimately keep production levels up as well as morale.
  • 6. Unmanaged Conflict Low morale Lower productivity High turnover
  • 7. How to Develop a Collaborative Culture By making sure that all employees know and share the vision and mission of the company. Providing them with all tools and training needed to perform their job. Share knowledge Keep lines of communication open Trust
  • 8. How to Build Collaborative Workers Participation- in decision making Knowledge- rules and regulations Tools-having all tools needed to perform job Communication- keep communication open
  • 9. Ford’s Organization Chart Ford’s organizational chart includes the Chairman, CEO, and directors from various departments such as sales, product design, communication, strategic planning and marketing. Everyone at all levels need a high level of education, knowledge of the auto industry, experience and they need to be innovative.
  • 10. References Ford’s mission statement. (2005). Retrieved from http://manonamission.blogspot.com/2005/04/fords-f-mission- statement.html Stacey, R. D. (1992). Managing the unknowable: strategic boundaries between order and chaos in organizations. Retrieved from http://books.google.com/books