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Book Launch of Second Shift, GM, and Lansing

globalEDGE Business Beat
October 18, 2016 3:30 PM

Crwgo5NVYAA1wzg.jpgTomas Hult speaks with co-authors David Hollister, Ray Tadgerson, and David Closs. This segment is a synopsis of his series of six interviews from August 2016, at the time of the the launch of Second Shift, The Inside Story of the Keep GM Movement

David Hollister, former mayor of Lansing, Michigan, from 1994 to 2003, after which he served as Director of the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth. This book – and the accompanying film documentary (Second Shift: From Crisis to Collaboration) – discusses a six-dimensional collaborative problem-solving approach called the Second Shift Model that can apply to any business or community, large or small, to maintain the communities global competitiveness. During the SoundCloud PodCast below, they discuss the lessons other cities can learn from Lansing, Michigan along with the background of the Second Shift project.

Ray Tadgerson talks about serving as the project director of the Blue Ribbon Committee to retain GM in Lansing, Michigan. He is also the former CEO and President of C2AE.

David Closs who is Professor, McConnell Endowed Chair, and Chairperson of the Department of Supply Chain Management in the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. They also share other background behind these projects.

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