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On any given Monday it’s hard to secure a face-to-face meeting with Taurus Marketing Manager Wendy King. A participant – by choice – in Ford’s progressive Transitional Work Arrangement (TWA) program, King telecommutes from home on Mondays, as opposed to working from her Dearborn, Mich., office.
Jim Gibbons works in the Advanced Electrification Center
in Dearborn, Mich. as manager of the team behind
the design of the battery packs in Ford’s plug-in
hybrid and full hybrid vehicle line that includes Fusion
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to come up with all of
the technology and features that have made Focus
Electric America’s most fuel-efficient five-seat car – then
again, maybe it does. Enter Steve Daleiden – former rocket scientist/current supervisor of the team behind the advanced electric powertrain of the all-new Ford Focus Electric.