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Cheryl Thompson is the Director of Prototype at American Axle & Manufacturing and Founder of CADIA (The Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion & Advancement), an organization dedicated to doubling the number of women leaders in the automotive industry by 2030. Cheryl has 30 years of experience at Ford Motor Co. and has held positions in skilled trades, operations, engineering, and leadership. She is a Six Sigma trained and certified Black Belt and is the winner of two Diversity and Inclusion Awards from Ford Motor Company. In November, Cheryl will join us at the American Automotive Summit to speak about the components and decision-making tips that are critical to any team’s success as well as the mistakes that leaders should avoid.

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An Executive’s Guide to Implementing Pragmatic Decision-Making with BI

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Business intelligence (BI) has become a critical component of success in managing effective organizations. According to OQSIE, the data produced by BI allows us to look backwards at the performance in order to course-correct and make decisions that lead to improvements in the future. In short, BI clarifies where we have been and informs us about where we are going. This is a powerful motivator for companies in a competitive marketplace.

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