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Apr 16, 2018

Ford IRO discusses starting the job in top gear

The one thing management needs from IROs is a reality check
Lynn Antipas Tyson joined Ford at the end of 2017 and was quickly thrown into a dynamic environment and a busy calendar. She talks to IR Magazine about turning a job interview into a conversation and how to work with a new CEO to reshape the company message
Lynn Antipas Tyson
In what is a relatively young profession, Lynn Antipas Tyson is an IR titan. With decades of experience at large and mega-cap companies such as Dell, Yum! Brands and PepsiCo and as an active member of NIRI, her words and actions have contributed to our picture of what a modern IRO should be. On October 2, 2017, Tyson joined Ford as the executive director of investor relations, less than four months after the company had appointed Jim Hackett as its new president and chief executive. The next

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Ben Ashwell

Ben Ashwell was the editor at IR Magazine and Corporate Secretary , covering investor relations, governance, risk and compliance. Prior to this, he was the founder and editor of Executive Talent , the global quarterly magazine from the Association of...