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Nickol, 61, joined Ford in 1953 as a co-op student and worked in research positions before being named manager of the Advanced Chassis Department, Product Development Group - Car Engineering, in 1968.
Joining Microsoft in 1984, Stevens held a variety of senior management positions in both the sales and marketing and product development groups throughout Microsoft, with particular emphasis on supporting Microsoft's business strategy, global expansion, and enterprise sales and marketing initiatives.
Was appointed chief car planning manager for Car Product Development Group in 1975, executive director of operations planning in 1977 and assistant general manager of Truck and Recreation Products Operations in 1978.
Previously, he served in product development groups at Ford Motor Company and General Motors and as a project manager for the Bechtel Corporation and Walbridge Aldinger.
Scott will create a new product development group, while overseeing and formalizing roles on the customer care, sales, and marketing teams.
Hernan Santos, currently Metallized Division Production Manager, will assume the additional responsibility of managing the Marketing and Product Development Group for the Metallized Division.
Sharper Image Design, the Company's product development group, has launched all-new products like the Intelligent Battery Manager to safely maintain and recharge vehicle batteries such as cars, trucks, boats and jet skis (SI263, $79.
Fields Famous Brands said today that it has completed a reorganization of its product development group, doubling staff and bringing the organization into the company's marketing division.