Ferrari begins the year 2022 with a new organizational structure, after Benedetto Vigna, somewhat surprisingly, had cut three leading figures from the Cavallino organization chart (Nicola Boari, Michael Leiters and Vincenzo Regazzoni) shortly before Christmas.
The CEO has started a real revolution because “… we want to push the boundaries further in all areas, using technology in a unique and Ferrari way. The new organization will improve our agility, essential to seize the opportunities in front of us in this rapidly changing scenario ”.
Benedetto Vigna, CEO of Ferrari
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Here’s how the top of the Cavallino changes: Gianmaria Fulgenzi is appointed Chief Product Development Officer, following a career in Ferrari that began in 2002 and in which he held various roles in product development, production and more recently in Sport Management, of which he was Head of Supply Chain.
Ernesto Lasalandra, appointed Chief Research & Development Officer, joins Ferrari from STMicroelectronics, where he has gained over 20 years of experience in the innovative hi-tech sector. Philippe Krief, who already works at Ferrari, will be his deputy and will capitalize on over 35 years of experience in the automotive sector.
Silvia Gabrielli, in Ferrari since 2019 who previously worked for Microsoft, was appointed Chief Digital & Data Officer.
Davide Abate, formerly Head of Technologies and at Ferrari since 2012, is the new Chief Technologies & Infrastructures Officer.
Angelo Pesci who comes from STMicroelectronics has been entrusted with the role of Chief Purchasing & Quality Officer: he will have to strengthen strategic partnerships to bring Ferrari out of the isolation in which it finds itself, as it is no longer part of a large industrial group.
Andrea Antichi is appointed Chief Manufacturing Officer, after having held the position of Head of Vehicle and having worked at Ferrari since 2006.
Marco Lovati continues his role as Chief Internal Audit Officer and Sabina Fasciolo continues to carry out her role as Chief Compliance Officer.
In the new corporate structure, Benedetto Vigna will also take care of Brand diversification on an interim basis, while the other roles are confirmed: Charlie Turner will be entrusted with Content and Communication, Flavio Manzoni with design, Antonio Picca Piccon with Finance and Financial Services, Mattia Binotto with Sport Management, Human Resources to Michele Antoniazzi, legal aspects to Carlo Daneo and, finally, to Enrico Galliera Marketing and Commercial.
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