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Ford Essay

439 words - 2 pages

عنوان شرکت فورد موتور است در مورد 350 ، 000 کارمند در سرتاسر جهان فروش کاهش داد حدود دو صد کشور و از صد و شصت میلیارد
دلار خواهد شد تبدیل می خواهم به خودمان تبدیل از نظر قدیمی یک شرکت تولید را به یک
شرکت های مصرف کننده. هدف ما این است که به ارائه محصولات و خدمات. مصرف کنندگان می خواهید زمانی که آنها می
خواهند
به راه آنها را در قیمت مقرون به صرفه به نفع خود می خواهید. تغییر تمام راه با خود او
خیلی بیشتر با مشتریان خود یکپارچه شده با پایه عرضه ما و داخلی ما می توانیم استفاده
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هنگامی که یک آتش در اینجا به تامین کنندگان آغاز شده است. اطلاعاتی که ما در دسترس در دسترس کامل است
زنجیره تامین به طور همزمان، در حال حاضر در یک فرایند آبشاری نیست. ممکن است روز را، هفته، گاهی اوقات
حتی ماه من تصمیم به انجام هنگامی که ما ایجاد من گفت برای ایجاد یک بازار مرکزی .
هر کس می تواند به آن بازار برای راه حل است. این سخت است برای گفتن دقیقا زمانی که کنسرت
آغاز شده، اما من از زمان ما خواهد شد یک تصمیم به بیرون بروید و دنبال این تا زمانی که می گویند
زمان ما موافقت نامه به حال در واقع و در حال اجرا درس شش ماه بود. کسب و کار سنتی ما
مدل می شده اند به آمده تا با این ایده که او تا به حال تایید کامل برای آن را درک دقیقا
چه نیروی انسانی از نتایج کسب و کار را برای پوشیدن فکر بشر است او و ایده
و ایجاد یک شرکت جدید از ایده بد است.صنعت خودرو است در طول تاریخ بر روی رشد
OEM ها جداگانه عامل در زنجیره تامین هروئین، اما در طول زمان، تحقق بیش از حد گران است
همه. آیا همه چیز را برای تصمیم به پیوستن به نیروهای با رقبای ما چون ما احساس وجود داشت
یک فرصت برای ایجاد یک بازار واحد و پیچیدگی از کل صنعت خودرو
که ما، ایجاد شد با داشتن بازار های متعدد برای جنرال موتورز، دایملر کرایسلر هستند

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