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The Case for GM: We Will Get the Job Done

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We hope that many of you were able to watch the press conference with our new President and Chief Executive Officer, Fritz Henderson, yesterday. There's no question that we have a lot of work to do, both in the next 60 days and in the months and years ahead. But we're confident that we will get there.

One of the things we wanted to highlight from Fritz's comments yesterday: The recovery and reinvention of GM will be taking place on two fronts, both equally important but one getting a bit more focus right now in the media. Yes, restructuring is important, and we'll be working toward that goal in the coming weeks and months. But we're also going to continue to focus on building the best vehicles in the market — cars and trucks that consumers want to buy, cars and crossovers that place our stake in the ground as leaders in design, technology, quality and reliability. At the end of the day, restructuring GM is about better positioning us to sell cars. That's what we do. And that's what we're going to continue to do moving forward.

Here are Fritz's closing remarks from yesterday's press conference, on his vision for how to make GM competitive and viable in the future. - Christopher Barger, Director Social Media, GM

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