GM's Own "One Ford" Plan Is Rolling


Two years ago, at its annual Global Business Conference, General Motors unveiled a surprising plan. It involves radically streamlining GM's global product line -- and it takes more than a page or two from the famous "One Ford" plan that returned GM's archrival Ford to profitability.

This week, GM product chief Mary Barra gave an update on the plan's progress, with a surprising twist: The company is ahead of schedule. In this video, contributor John Rosevear explains why that's a big deal -- and what it could mean for GM's profits in coming quarters.

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