Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. led the General Motors Corporation to international business success by virtue of his brilliant managerial practices and his insights into the new consumer economy he and General Motors helped to produce. Sloan's business biography, My Years With General Motors, was an instant best seller when it was first published in 1964 and is still considered indispensable reading by modern business giants.The practices of the carriage industry had been carried over into automobile manufacturing without much change; automobiles for ... why the finish of a carriage lasted for a long time, while when he bought a car the paint would sometimes soon peel off. ... However, oven finishing was only a transition a there was a better and cheaper answer to the problem. ... was noted in one of the du Pont laboratories which led to the development of a nitrocellulose lacquer eventually called Duco.
|Title||:||My Years With General Motors|
|Author||:||Alfred P Sloan|
|Publisher||:||eNet Press - 2015-01-16|