This is one of the best books I've listened to, especially because it focuses in on the auto industry and addresses many of the best and worst decisions ever made in Detroit.
I can't think of a book to compare this to, it is singular in its insight, focus and sheer honesty on how the big car manufacturers became their own worst enemies.
I really enjoyed the explanation and insight as to why the US has always seemed behind foreign car companies in developing great, small, fuel efficient vehicles. It was great hearing someone else observations on how too many MBAs and Accountants can completely cripple a company's ability to create products that will sell.
I just really enjoyed it as it covered so much history and so many of the famous players in the US auto industry. Very colorful!
Yes, after listening to this book, I so wanted to send copies of it to many of the MBA wielding senior management people that have
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