CHICAGO – As group vice president of General Motors Corp.’s newly formed advance vehicle development team, Mark Hogan sees one primary mission in front of him: change. "We've got to bring products to market faster, revitalize our car lineup and optimize our momentum," he says in an interview. "The old way meant lots of market research to first identify a product need. The new way relies more on gut instinct and gut feeling." Mark Hogan Hogan says GM used to spend up to a year ...

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