A Detroit automobile industry veteran describes how he transformed a lagging supply and parts business into a world-class manufacturer that achieved $60 million in profit its first year and discusses how the company's examples can provide a blueprint for job creation and economic growth.
The wheels come off -- Making the deal -- Launching a new corporation -- Forging a new culture -- The early years -- Leadership -- Changing the guard -- Lean manufacturing -- Going public -- Going global -- Into the new century -- People power -- Detroit at the crossroads -- The entitlement mentality -- Passion for perfection : quality -- Corporate responsibility -- Trouble right here in Motor City -- The strike -- From bad to worse -- Restructure, resize, and recover -- Giving back -- The future of manufacturing.
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