4 edition of General Motors in the Twentieth Century found in the catalog.
General Motors in the Twentieth Century
by Wards Communications
Written in English
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It was fifty years ago that Alfred Sloan’s now classic My Years with General Motors hit in My Years at General Motors. Sloan’s book describes in of the twentieth century and, when he. The name GMC celebrates a milestone anniversary in , years after the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company and the Reliance Motor Company became part of General Motors. Early GMC trucks were actually re-badged vehicles built by both companies.
William Durant creates General Motors. In the first years of the 20th century, however, that industry was a mess. There were about 45 different car companies in the United States, most of. Alfred Sloan () was not only arguably the most original CEO and organisational thinker of the 20th century, but he was also clever enough to set his record down in a book that has become a.
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General Motors in the Twentieth Century by Alan Binder (Editor) ISBN General Motors was one of the world’s most influential corporations of the 20th Century. They published this book to celebrate their 75th anniversary, and it is an excellent record of the history of GM up to that point in time.
For aficionados of GM cars, as well as those who are interested in automotive history, I suspect it is compulsory reading/5(10). This book is a fascinating view of life in the world of automotive assembly from both company and labor perspectives. In addition, the Norwood plant was the birthplace to some of America's most iconic cars: the Camaros and Firebirds of the late '60s through the mid-'80s, among others.4/5(6).
Billy, Alfred, and General Motors is the tale not just of the two extraordinary men of its title but also of the formative decades of twentieth-century America, through two world wars and sea changes in business, industry, politics, and culture.
The book includes vivid, warts-and-all portraits of the legends of the golden age of the automobile, from "Crazy" Henry Ford, Ransom Olds, and Charles Nash to the brilliant but Cited by: 6. General Motors in the 20th century. Southfield, MI: Ward's Communications, © (OCoLC) Online version: General Motors in the 20th century.
Southfield, MI: Ward's Communications, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James W Bush; Alan K Binder; Deebe Ferris. In this book Alfred Sloan shares his years of wisdom - while heading General Motors - in a variety of areas including planning, strategy, finance, leadership, innovation and management.
Alfred was a true pioneer of his time in building the discipline of management and his approach is just as applicable now as it was in the early by: The author is a long time automobile enthusiast and historian. A 35 year passion for the restoration of automobiles as originally produced by General Motors Corporation sent the author looking for answers as to what “was” the true story of how automobiles were actually produced during the 20th s: 1.
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Scarcely 10 years old inGeneral Motors was initially just a holding company. It was established by William C. Durant, who ran a carriage business in Flint, Mich., as a hodgepodge. InJ. Patrick Wright wrote a book named On a Clear Day You Can See General Motors. This book, which critics acclaimed "blows the lid off the king of carmakers" was about the allegations of corruption, "mismanagement and total irresponsibility" at the top level of the company, as seen by John Z.
DeLorean, the Vice-President, who, inresigned from his position in spite of a brilliant and. The book that goes inside a General Motors Corporation Automotive Assembly Plant, all the way to the factory floor. Here is the story of the men and women of the Norwood Assembly Plant, where most all 67 - 87 firebirds were produced.
Profiles all the way from the first car produced in to the 8 millionth and the last car off the line in My Years with General Motors became an instant bestseller when it was first published in It has since been used as a manual for managers, offering personal glimpses into the practice of the “discipline of management” by the man who perfected it.
My Years with General Motors became an instant bestseller when it was first published in It has since been used as a manual for managers, offering personal glimpses into the practice of the "discipline of management" by the man who perfected it/5.
The book that goes inside a General Motors Corporation Automotive Assembly Plant, all the way to the factory floor.
Here is the story of the men and women of the Norwood Assembly Plant, where most all 67 - 87 camaros were produced.
Profiles all the way from the first car produced in to the 8 millionth and the last car off the line in /5(1). Kőbánya (literally: Quarry, German: Steinbruch) is the 10th district of Budapest (Hungarian: Budapest X.
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A Cadillac. Photograph: Car Culture/Getty Images. Published on Thu 30 Apr EDT. At the start of the 20th century, there were fewer. General Motors Company, commonly referred to as General Motors (GM), is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Detroit that designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes vehicles and vehicle parts, and sells financial services, with global headquarters in Detroit's Renaissance was originally founded by William C.
Durant on Septem as a holding ly: General Motors Corporation.“For decades in the twentieth century, Flint, Michigan, produced millions of the latest model General Motors cars, as well as made itself into a model of another kind: a metropolitan area whose relentless pursuit of a more prosperous future came at the price of growing racial segregation, economic inequality, and political fragmentation.Twentieth Century Motor Car Corporation.
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