Orlando Public Library, Library Central
Sunday, April 10, 2 p.m.
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Local author and former General Motors autoworker Thomas Crumm will discuss his new book, What Is Good for General Motors?: Solving America's Industrial Conundrum. In his book, he talks about the many lessons he learned from the rise and fall of Saturn that could be used to further the understanding of how the American manufacturing sector can be restored to its world-class position.
Crumm’s Motor City pedigree and triumphs in the leadership of manufacturing and engineering activities moved him steadily up through the ranks and into roles of increasing responsibility. His corporate leadership education came during his six years in GM head Roger Smith’s Corporate Strategic Planning Group, when he was afforded the opportunity to attend executive programs at Harvard University, The Wharton School and Northwestern University. Book Sale and signing follows program.
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