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    How did Mulally change Ford's organizational structure? Ffor example, the form of its vertical and horizontal differentiation and integration? In what ways does he hope to increase performance by making these organizational design changes?

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    How did Mulally change Ford's organizational structure, for example, the form of its vertical and horizontal differentiation and integration? In what ways does he hope to increase performance by making these organizational design changes?

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    Alan Mulally brought about numerous changes in Ford. When Mulally joined Ford, the company, in order to opted for a realignment strategy, where Mulally expected to see a better functioning of the organization with the changes to the company. The reports from various sources highlight how the company had shifted their processes to realignment mode to be able to successfully provide complete attention to the business globally.

    Ford has seen a major turnaround in its operations since the entry of Alan Mulally. Alan Mulally has been noted to make a major change to the overall organizational structure of the company. Mulally changed and required the leaders of the three units were to report directly o Mulally. The organizational structure has become more centralized and there has been more focus on ...

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    The solution provides detailed answer to how Mulally changed the face of Ford's organizational structure. Detailed discussion of his attempts and strategies has been included. Around 10 references have also been included for further research.

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