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    “Greatest City in the World”. The limited available land inspired many architects and builders to compete for the title for the world’s tallest building. After the completion of the Chrysler Building, many architects felt inspired to follow in the footsteps of this building. The Chrysler Building became a major reason for tourism in New York City. In 1921, talks began about the development of the Chrysler Building. It wasn 't until 1928 when developer William H. Reynolds, a former New York State Senator, hired William Van Alen to build the site between 42nd and 43rd Street in New York City. Originally, William H. Reynolds plan was to build a penthouse design for the five-story building located at 405 Lexington Avenue. However, Reynolds disregarded those plans and asked Van Alen to Reynolds scrap those plans and asked him…

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    Chrysler

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    executives to reduce the administration and induce fear into other executives. Mr. Marchionne felt as the company’s values required adjusting. The espoused values of Chrysler included heavy rebates and other incentives to increase sales. He believes when you give…

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    Sergio Marchionne did a wonderful job, in my opinion, getting Chrysler back to a respectable station. Mr. Marchionne created a functional market culture that created the Fiat Chrysler Automobile company we have today. He created strategies that focused the strengths of the company to become efficient during a terrible time of Chryslers’ history. Having said that, I see Mr. Marchionnes’ lack of focus on clan culture is disappointing. This case study was an interesting read that has to be…

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    Have you ever wondered how automobile businesses make so much money or how they have been so successful for such a long time? Alfred P. Sloan and Lee Iacocca were a part of this impact on the automobile industry for two of the biggest companies in the world. Alfred P. Sloan was born in 1875 and became a part of the Hyatt Rolling Bearing Company where he became the president and general manager in 1899. After 17 years, the company merged with the United Motors Corporation that soon became General…

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    End Of Detroit Summary

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    The overall purpose of the book End of Detroit by Micheline Maynard is to describe the impact on three major auto industries in the 1990s. The auto industry caused a detrimental fall to occur within America. Detroit at one point in America had three significant benefactors when it comes to producing automobiles which were the companies General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler. For many years being dominant in car market had lead to more competition and challenges these companies would face in the…

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    The reverse is also true especially since the late 1990’s. Increased production, with substantially lower manufacturing costs and improved quality by Japanese car manufactures allowed them to make significant inroads into the American auto market in the late 1908’s and 1990’s. This put significant financial pressure on American automotive manufactures and their related industries. This in turn led to several large manufacture mergers in the late 1990’s. However this was not a phenomenon…

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    Abstract In the united states we have change over the last three centuries. From the train when they first started the railroad system. Wagons and carriage was created that people could drive themselves on the dirt roads other than horses. Then cars were creating around the time the highway system cane into place. When Henry Ford decided to have the mass production of cars made it became the one of the most innovation for the car industry. When cars first came to be popular the “biggest three…

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    Marchionne In Chrysler

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    In reading chapters three and four this week, I would recommend Marchionne embed the organizational culture through mentoring and modeling a leadership program in Chrysler to develop strong leaders to take charge while he is in Canada (Kreitner & Kinicki, 2013, p. 81). The mentoring environment must be fully supported by the leaders to build a solid foundation for an immense relationship and practice trust so the team feels like they could function solely on their own as a self-directed team if…

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    In this essay, i will analyze the automotive industry, its major competitors and the time period will be from 2008 to present. First of all the reason why I chose the time period to start at 2008 was because of the great recession. It was an interesting time period for the automotive industry . It was there where we saw the automotive industry clasping. Most companies struggle but managed to stay in business, however, two out of three big automotive companies faced a lot of loss. They were…

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    Sergio Marchionne had a tall order when he came onboard at Chrysler. Obviously his methods have been successful when I review the recent financial records of the company (FCA Group, 2015). His merger with the Fiat group has strengthened his sustainability and revitalizes his brand (Ebhardt, 2014). However, personally, I tend to be more of a creative type, all about the employees style of manager. I enjoy thinking outside of the box and being innovative in technique as well as process. Mostly, I…

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