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Today on FastLane, we kick off a series of videos entitled, “The Case for GM,” in which General Motors leaders discuss the challenges we’re facing, what we’re doing to address them — and also why we still feel good about our future. This series will work better as a dialogue, so we’d love to hear your responses — and we’ll respond to questions that are offered in the spirit of sincere dialogue. Some of the responses will come from our execs; many will come from GM team members (and yes, we do think of ourselves as a team.) Check back on Monday, when GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner weighs in with his thoughts and stay tuned for more commentary by other GM leaders in the weeks to come. Thanks, and please let us know what you think. - Christopher Barger, Director, Global Communications Technology <------ That's Barger not Borger! :smilewide:

Link: http://fastlane.gmblogs.com/archives/categ...the_case_for_gm

Edited by Pontiac Custom-S

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Does it involve starving and badge engineering cars, in the grand GM tradition? Or maybe showing us small, fuel efficient concept cars, having us vote which we liek best, and then not build the winning car to meet US standards so we can't have it?

It seems like there are two mentalities at GM: one of them is to build the very best (CTS, Malibu, Corvette ZR1, Enclave, possibly Invicta/LaCrosse), and the other is to cut corners, build it cheap, build it sub-par, and hope it sells (Aveo, G3, G5, DTS, way too many GMT900s).

The latter mentality has to go if GM wants to really see a brighter future.

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