By reinventing its culture, the old-line automaker hopes to attract those looking to shake things up, rather than beat them into submission.
By reinventing its culture, the old-line automaker hopes to attract those looking to shake things up, rather than beat them into submission. When General Motors CEO Mary Barra first visited Cruise Automation, the autonomous systems startup GM acquired last spring for $581 million, she told its staffers, "I want to take your energy and speed, and your way of looking at things, and drive it into the core [of GM].
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