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Coming Soon: A Fresh Look at Some Old GM & NUMMI Documents

When I was a graduate student at the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program, one of our visiting professors was Don Ephlin, a former Vice President for the United Auto Workers. He passed away in 2000 (read his obituary). He was responsible for the UAW/Ford relationship for a few years and then was responsible for […]
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