Ford Motor Company is undertaking one of the most significant strategic shifts in its history as the company expands its business model to be both an auto and a mobility company. The company’s evolution is driving innovation in every part of its business as it focuses on how to best navigate global issues such as climate change, supply chain sustainability and human rights.
One result of Ford’s investment in corporate responsibility is Project Better World, a program that will provide vehicles and services that meet the mobility needs of underserved communities. With Project Better World, Ford is helping bring access to medical care and supplies in rural Africa, as well as mapping remote areas and providing internet and connectivity in areas not currently covered.
This one-hour webcast will provide insight into how the automaker’s strategy is driving innovation at the intersection of CSR and business opportunity. You’ll learn:
How corporate social responsibility is at the heart of Ford’s business model and strategy for the future
How Ford is driving innovation in every part of its business to maximize its environmental performance
What companies like Ford are doing at a global scale to improve livelihoods and develop shared-value business models that benefit underserved communities
How Ford is working with partners around the globe to solve sustainable mobility challenges
- Kim Pittel, Vice President of Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering, Ford
- Arthur Zysk, Business Research Analyst , Ford
- Cheryl Ennis Self, Executive Director of Global Social Partnerships, World Vision
- John Davies, VP and Senior Analyst, GreenBiz Group