DETROIT — Sergio Marchionne’s management team at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles was a jumble of executives from the two automakers he mashed together, many with crisscrossing responsibilities and multiple job titles. Since succeeding Marchionne as CEO last summer, Mike Manley has largely untangled FCA’s organizational chart, delegated critical duties and given its leadership council several calculated infusions of new blood, inviting fresh perspectives from veterans of rival automakers and even Amazon.
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