I dont know....but this is strictly for current or past Chrysler people only, in my opinion. That way we can keep it all in the family, so to speak.Is Our Esteemed Allpar Member Norm Invited?
1. Many Time He Knows Things & Info to 3 Decimal or 4 Decimal Places.
2. I Like Some One Who is Opinionated But ---------------.
3. I've Made Millions of Engines over 40 Years, So last Summer at Meetings with the Plant Manager and Staff When My Self and another Returning Retiree Spoke It Actually All got Quite and They Listened.
Well Enough Said.
for convenience, I will split my comments up by paragraph.........
1.) The Next Big Thing (NBT). These things come along rarely. Examples include the minivan, Pontiac GTO, Ford Mustang, Chevy VOLT, Saturn, Dodge Viper, Saturn Sky/Pontiac Solstice, Chrysler/Maserati TC, etc.. Typically, because these are “revolutionary” and not “evolutionary”, they need to be driven by a strong leader who is willing to take risks. Because these vehicles are “all new”, there is usually no infrastructure nor data inside the company to provide guidance to the product development. This requires the leader to provide his vision for the product. If the products are successful, the leader becomes legendary. If the products are unsuccessful, the leader is at the minimum tarnished, at the maximum fired. The stakes are high!