2012

General Session 1

How Labor and Management Came Together at the Ford Motor Company

Wednesday June 6, 3:30PM-5:00PM

 

Welcome from Jesse Rosen, president and CEO, League of American Orchestras, and David Hyslop, interim CEO, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra                

 

Oklahoma Youth Orchestra

 

Dr. John E. Clinton, conductor

Carmen Suite No. 1 - Georges Bizet

Sarsen - Hilary Tann

How Labor and Management Came Together at the Ford Motor Company

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Marty Mulloy
 Jimmy Settles Jr.
 

The United Auto Workers and Ford Motor Company have achieved a new level of constructive and collaborative labor relations. Sacrifice and flexibility were required from everyone, and the benefits to the company and union seem amply evident. Orchestras will hear from the union and management leaders who were in the forefront of this effort, and take away key lessons in building strong relations.

Marty Mulloy, vice president of labor affairs, Ford Motor Company  (Bio)
Blaine Nelson, chair, Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Jimmy Settles Jr., vice president, United Auto Workers
 (Bio) 

 

Postlude: Felix Mendelssohn      Organ Sonata #1      Allegro assai vivace

Mary Preston, resident organist, Dallas Symphony Orchestra playing the Lay Family Concert Organ

 

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