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Ray Tadgerson Shares his View of the Inside Story of the Keep GM Movement in Lansing

globalEDGE Business Beat
September 15, 2016 8:35 AM

Ray_Tadgerson.jpgTadgerson who served 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. Tadgerson together with David Hollister, David Closs, and Tomas Hult recently released the book Second Shift: The Inside Story of the Keep GM Movement. 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. In this segment, Hult and Tadgerson dialogue about the learning experience other communities can take from Lansing’s experience with GM, the value to Lansing of having two of the newest GM plants in town, and the key takeaways for communities and multinational corporations.

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