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    General Motors Revonda McGaha Wilmington University General Motors Company‚ known as GM‚ was founded in 1908 in Flint‚ Michigan by William C. Durant and Charles Stewart Mott. The present chairman and CEO is Daniel Akerson. Akerson joined GM ’s board in 2009 as the company went through a bankruptcy reorganization. He became CEO Sept. 1‚ 2010‚ and led GM ’s 2010 return to the stock market — at the time the largest initial public offering in U.S. history (Detroit Free Press‚ 2013). The

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    MGT 4123 Business Policy Case Analysis September 27‚ 2009 Student Name: Adam Gher Case Name: General Motors I. Mission To develop and grow a performance-based‚ world-class‚ competitive diversity supply base that will work with General Motors towards its goal of being the market leader in the automotive industry. G.M. is a multinational corporation engaged in socially responsible operations‚ worldwide. It is dedicated to provide products and services of such quality that our customers

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    of “something out of nothing” whereas it actually is “the radical and effective change of something understood deeply” (Robinson and Hackett 1997). General Motors is certainly trying to appreciate this‚ and the company is always seeking to bring new products - or improvements to their current products - to market. COMPANY BACKGROUND General Motors Corporation‚ also known as GM‚ is the world ’s largest automaker and has been the global industry sales leader for 75 years. Founded in 1908‚ GM today

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    General Motors General Motors is a well known American company that is responsible for the fabrication and production of vehicles under others subsidiaries or brands such as Buick‚ Chevrolet‚ Cadillac‚ GMC‚ Oldsmobile‚ and Pontiac. Besides of the American brands there are other brands working through joint ventures like Opel‚ Wuling‚ Vauxhall‚ Holden‚ and Faw Jiefang. It seems to be an interesting strategy of market power the diversity of vehicles and models oriented to satisfy the necessity of the

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    General Motors Corp.‚ the world ’s largest automaker‚ has been the global industry sales leader for 75 years. Founded in 1908‚ GM today employs about 327‚000 people around the world. With global headquarters in Detroit‚ GM manufactures its cars and trucks in 33 countries. In 2005‚ 9.17 million GM cars and trucks were sold globally under the following brands: Buick‚ Cadillac‚ Chevrolet‚ GMC‚ GM Daewoo‚ Holden‚ HUMMER‚ Opel‚ Pontiac‚ Saab‚ Saturn and Vauxhall. GM operates one of the world ’s leading

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    General Motors Analysis General Motors (GM) is a United States car manufacturer that was founded by William C. Durant in Flint‚ Michigan dating back to 1908. GM headquarters is located in Detroit‚ Michigan and is among one of the world’s largest automakers‚ conducting business in over one hundred and twenty countries with production facilities in thirty-seven of those. GM dominated the automaker industry for over seventy-seven years (1913-2007) through ownership of over twenty-five different companies

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    General Motors Leadership is one of the most important aspects and challenges a company faces which can influence the effectiveness or an organization. An organization counts on good leadership skills to direct and lead a company into performing and motivating to achieve attainable goals and produce income. According to the General Motors (2007) website‚ they are proud of their group affiliation of the Affinity Group which allows employees and management to link up and produce effective ideas

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    GENERAL MOTOR At the new General Motors‚ they are passionate about designing‚ building and selling the world’s best vehicles. This vision unites of GM as a team each and every day and is the hallmark of their customer-driven culture. Based on an article published by Uncommon Thought in 2005‚ one of the biggest concerns relating to the day to day operations of General Motors was the increasingly erratic cost of fuel. Because GM relies on a steady supply of fuel for transportation of their vehicles

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    SWOT analysis of General Motors This is a General Motors Company SWOT analysis for 2013. For more information on how to do SWOT analysis please refer to our article. Company background General Motors Company (GM) is a corporate that designs‚ builds and sells cars and trucks. Name Industries served Geographic areas served Headquarters Current CEO Revenue Profit Employees Main Competitors General Motors Company Automotive Worldwide U.S. Daniel Akerson $ 152.3 billion (2012) $ 4.9 billion (2012)

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    Summary After three years bailed out by the federal government‚ General Motor Co. set a goal of making $10 billion a year which is an unthinkable goal. In 2012‚ GM report 2011 net income about $8 billion and its highest ever campare to 2010 with gain nearly twice which is $4.7 billion are growth in China and strong profit in North America. GM also aims over next several years to raise its profit margin to 10% from current margin of about 6% and would be among the highest in the auto industry. The

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