General Motors Co. is reshaping its global-engineering philosophy, moving away from a one-stop, platform-centric strategy as it looks to better utilize its resources, smooth out the workflow and change a culture permeated by fear and mistrust. It’s an approach that looks to place a higher value on engineering experience and expertise, and less on low-cost labor, while allowing product-development centers to grow in capability at their own pace, Mark Reuss, vice president-global vehicle ...
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