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Ford Announces Alan Mulally Retiring on July 1, and Mark Fields Named Company President and CEO 2014.05.01

Dearborn, Mich., USA - May 1, 2014 - Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) announced today that Alan Mulally has decided to retire from the company July 1, and Mark Fields will be named Ford president and chief executive officer and elected as a member of the company's board of directors. Mulally, 68, is retiring after nearly eight years leading Ford and capping a remarkable 45-year career. Mulally has led Ford's transformation and strengthened its position as one of the world's leading global automakers. Fields, 53, was named Ford's chief operating officer in December 2012. He has been leading all of Ford's global business operations and most skill teams, including product development, manufacturing, purchasing, and marketing, sales and service.

Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman Bill Ford (middle) announced today that Alan Mulally (left) has decided to retire from the company July 1, and Mark Fields will be named Ford president and chief executive officer and elected as a member of the company’s board of directors. Dearborn, Mich., USA. May 1, 2014.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 

Dearborn, Mich., USA - May 1, 2014

• Alan Mulally to retire from Ford on July 1, after serving as president and CEO and leading the company’s One Ford global transformation since September 2006

• Mark Fields named Ford president and CEO, effective July 1; Fields served as COO since December 2012 and led Ford’s transformation in North America since 2005

• Long-planned, seamless CEO transition underscores strength of Ford’s leadership team and succession planning process, Executive Chairman Bill Ford says



Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) announced today that Alan Mulally has decided to retire from the company July 1, and Mark Fields will be named Ford president and chief executive officer and elected as a member of the company’s board of directors.

Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman Bill Ford (middle) announced today that Alan Mulally (left) has decided to retire from the company July 1, and Mark Fields will be named Ford president and chief executive officer and elected as a member of the company’s board of directors. Dearborn, Mich., USA. May 1, 2014.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
“From the first day we discussed Ford’s transformation eight years ago, Alan and I agreed that developing the next generation of leaders and ensuring an orderly CEO succession were among our highest priorities,”
Executive Chairman Bill Ford said.
“Mark has transformed several of our operations around the world into much stronger businesses during his 25 years at Ford. Now, Mark is ready to lead our company into the future as CEO.”

Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman Bill Ford announced today that Alan Mulally has decided to retire from the company July 1, and Mark Fields will be named Ford president and chief executive officer and elected as a member of the company’s board of directors. Dearborn, Mich., USA. May 1, 2014.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
Mulally, 68, is retiring after nearly eight years leading Ford and capping a remarkable 45-year career.

Mulally has led Ford’s transformation and strengthened its position as one of the world’s leading global automakers.

Under Mulally and the company’s One Ford plan for profitable growth, Ford has achieved 19 consecutive quarters of profitability, developed the strongest product lineup in Ford’s history and embarked upon the company’s most ambitious global expansion in the past half century.


Alan Mulally, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ford Motor Company.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
“Alan deservedly will be long remembered for engineering one of the most successful business turnarounds in history,”
Bill Ford said.
“Under Alan’s leadership, Ford not only survived the global economic crisis, it emerged as one of the world’s strongest auto companies. We always will be grateful to Alan for his leadership, compelling vision and for fostering a culture of working together that will serve our company for decades to come.”

Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company’s chief operating officer since Dec. 1, 2012, has been elected the company’s new president and CEO effective July 1, 2014.
At that time, he also will begin serving on the company’s board of directors.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
The transition in July is approximately six months earlier than previously anticipated, following Mulally’s recommendation to accelerate the timetable based on the readiness of Ford’s leadership team.


“Alan and I feel strongly that Mark and the entire leadership team are absolutely ready to lead Ford forward, and now is the time to begin the transition,” said Bill Ford, who recruited Mulally from Boeing in 2006.

Fields, 53, was named Ford’s chief operating officer in December 2012.

He has been leading all of Ford’s global business operations and most skill teams, including product development, manufacturing, purchasing, and marketing, sales and service.

Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company’s chief operating officer since Dec. 1, 2012, has been elected the company’s new president and CEO effective July 1, 2014.
At that time, he also will begin serving on the company’s board of directors.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
Fields’ role as COO has included leading the company’s weekly Business Plan Review meeting, which Mulally established to track the progress of the One Ford plan and to monitor the global business and competitive environment.

The Thursday meetings are credited with driving a reliable and transparent process for running Ford’s global operations and enabling Ford’s senior leadership to work closely together and act decisively on its plan.

Before serving as COO, Fields served as executive vice president and president – The Americas since October 2005.

There, he led the transformation of Ford’s North American business – turning it from record losses several years ago to record profits in each of the last four years.

Earlier, Fields guided the product-led transformation of Ford’s European operations and formerly held European luxury brands, as well as the relaunch of Ford’s independent operations in Argentina and a major restructuring and product renaissance at Mazda.

Mulally thanked the Ford team for their many contributions and accomplishments.

Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company’s chief operating officer since Dec. 1, 2012, has been elected the company’s new president and CEO effective July 1, 2014.
At that time, he also will begin serving on the company’s board of directors.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
“It has been an honor to serve and contribute to creating a viable, profitably growing company for the good of everyone associated with the Ford Motor Company,”
Mulally said.
“By working together with all of our stakeholders around the world, we now are accelerating Henry Ford’s original vision to open the highways to all mankind."

“Ford’s future is so bright, and Mark – supported by an experienced and dedicated senior leadership team – is absolutely the right leader to continue to deliver on our compelling vision,” Mulally added.

Fields underscored his commitment to the One Ford plan, including building on the company’s unprecedented global introduction of new products, innovations and excellence.

Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company’s chief operating officer since Dec. 1, 2012, has been elected the company’s new president and CEO effective July 1, 2014.
At that time, he also will begin serving on the company’s board of directors.
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
“It is a true honor to lead this great company and this talented team into the future,”
Fields said.
“Under Alan’s leadership, we have seen the power of One Ford and what a culture of positive leadership and working together can accomplish. My commitment is to build on that success by accelerating our pace of progress. All of us at Ford are committed to delivering even more of the great products and innovations that will deliver growth and define our company going forward.”


May 1, 2014

Alan Mulally

President and Chief Executive Officer, Ford Motor Company

Alan Mulally
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Alan Mulally is president and chief executive officer of Ford Motor Company and a member of the company’s Board of Directors.

He will serve in this capacity until July 1, 2014.

Since joining Ford in September 2006, Mulally has been leading Ford’s transformation into one of the world’s leading automakers, achieving 19 consecutive quarters of profitability.

He has guided the Ford team in working together on a compelling vision, comprehensive strategy and relentless implementation of the One Ford plan to drive profitable growth for all the company’s stakeholders.

The One Ford plan focuses on serving customers in all markets with a full family of vehicles – small, medium and large; cars, utilities and trucks – with leading quality, fuel efficiency, safety, smart design and value.

Prior to joining Ford, Mulally served as executive vice president of The Boeing Company and president and chief executive officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
In that role, he was responsible for all of the company’s commercial airplane programs and related services.

Mulally was named Boeing’s president of Commercial Airplanes in September 1998.

The responsibility of chief executive officer for the business unit was added in March 2001.

Previously, Mulally served as president of Boeing Information, Space & Defense Systems and senior vice president of The Boeing Company. Appointed to that role in February 1997, he was responsible for Boeing’s defense, space and government business.

Beginning in 1994, Mulally was senior vice president of Airplane Development for Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group, responsible for all airplane development activities, flight test operations, certification and government technical liaison.

Earlier, Mulally served as Boeing’s vice president of Engineering, and as vice president and general manager of the 777 program.

Mulally joined Boeing in 1969 and progressed through a number of significant engineering and program-management assignments, including contributions on the 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777 and 787 airplanes.

Throughout his career, Mulally has been recognized for his contributions and industry leadership, including being named No. 3 on Fortune’s “World’s Greatest Leaders” list, one of the 30 “World’s Best CEOs” by Barron’s magazine, “Industry Leader of the Year” by Automotive News magazine, one of “The World’s Most Influential People” by TIME magazine, “Chief Executive of the Year” by Chief Executive magazine, “Man of the Year” in the automotive sector by El Mundo and “Person of the Year” by Aviation Week magazine. He has also been honored with the American Society for Quality’s Joseph M. Juran Medal for excellence in executive leadership for Quality, the Automotive Executive of the Year Award, the Edison Achievement Award and induction into the Kansas Business Hall of Fame.

Mulally serves on the President’s Export Council, which was formed in 2010 to advise U.S. President Barack Obama on export enhancement and ways to encourage companies to increase exports and enter new markets. He previously served as co-chairman of the Washington Competitiveness Council, and sat on the advisory boards of NASA, the University of Washington, the University of Kansas, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the U.S. Air Force Scientific Advisory Board. He is a member of the United States National Academy of Engineering and a fellow of England’s Royal Academy of Engineering.

He also served as a past president of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and is a former president of its Foundation.

Additionally, Mulally served as a past chairman of the Board of Governors of the Aerospace Industries Association.

Mulally holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from the University of Kansas, and earned a master’s in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a 1982 Alfred P. Sloan fellow.

A native of Kansas, Mulally is a private pilot and enjoys tennis, golf and reading.



May 1, 2014

Mark Fields

Chief Operating Officer, Ford Motor Company

Mark Fields
Courtesy of Ford Motor Company
 
Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company’s chief operating officer since Dec. 1, 2012, has been elected the company’s new president and CEO effective July 1, 2014.

At that time, he also will begin serving on the company’s board of directors.

Fields, who joined Ford in July 1989, has led the turnaround of Ford’s businesses in the Americas, Asia and Europe through a focus on delivering product excellence, innovation and operating efficiency.

As chief operating officer, Fields has been overseeing Ford’s global business operation and most skill teams, including product development, manufacturing, purchasing, as well as marketing, sales and service.

He also leads the company’s weekly Business Plan Review process and is overseeing the company’s most aggressive product introduction schedule in its 111-year history and its fastest global manufacturing expansion in 50 years.

Prior to this role, Fields served as executive vice president and president, The Americas, a position to which he was named in October 2005.

He led the development and implementation of a comprehensive restructuring plan for the company’s North America business that resulted in turning around heavy losses to record profits, significantly improving brand favorability and improving operating efficiency.

Fields also led Ford’s South American operations to profitability and its conversion from a legacy product lineup to all-new global products.

From 2002 to 2004, Fields served as group vice president, Premier Automotive Group (PAG), and from 2004 to 2005 served as executive vice president, Ford of Europe and PAG, where he led all activities for Ford’s European-based business and its former global luxury brands – Volvo, Land Rover, Jaguar and Aston Martin.

There, he led the development of a comprehensive product plan and delivered PAG’s first-ever profit.

From 1998 to 2002, he served at Mazda Motors Corporation, first as global marketing and sales director and then as president and managing director.

Fields led Mazda through a major restructuring and product renaissance. It was during his leadership of Mazda that he was named a Ford Motor Company officer in December 1999.

Before then, he served in a variety of positions in both South America and North America, including managing director of Ford Argentina.

Fields served as chairman of the United Way for Southeastern Michigan’s 2013-2014 community giving campaign – achieving the organization’s highest year-over-year increase in giving in 17 years.

He was named a Global Leader of Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum and CNBC’s Asian Business Leader – Innovator of the Year.

He holds an Economics degree from Rutgers University in New Jersey (USA) and a Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Graduate School of Business.


About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader based in Dearborn, Mich., manufactures or distributes automobiles across six continents.

 
 
With about 183,000 employees and 65 plants worldwide, the company’s automotive brands include Ford and Lincoln.

The company provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company.

For more information regarding Ford and its products worldwide, please visit corporate.ford.com.


Source: Ford Motor Company

https://media.ford.com/  



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