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"More than 30 years after I started at General Motors, I am still inspired and invigorated to come to work every single day," writes Barra.
Darrell Wallace Jr. is runner-up to give Chevrolet a 1-2 finish.
“I hope you know how grateful I am for all you’ve done to help America dream up solutions,” Former President Barack Obama wrote in a congratulatory letter to Boler Davis.
Barra thinks you'll be getting into a car soon without a driver.
Whether you’ve been good or bad, starting Dec. 24, you can follow the big guy’s journey around the globe with the simple push of a button.
The General Motors executive will be the sixth woman in the 32-year history of the scientific and technical awards to be named Black Engineer of the Year.
GM’s Head of Global Career Development explains why you should network with executives and gives tips on how to do so.
GM’s Head of Global Career Development gives advice on how to increase your chances of getting a promotion.
GM’s Ken Barrett explains the differences between mentors and advocates/sponsors.
GM’s Head of Global Career Development gives advice on to what to do when you don’t get the promotion you anticipated.
Bill Huffaker, global director of talent acquisition, human resources management, General Motors, shares why sponsorship must be earned — making it critically different from mentorship.
General Motors’ Global CDO Ken Barrett advises on how to get white men engaged with diversity and inclusion.
Mimi Brent, Head of Global Career Development at GM, gives three ways to enhance your executive presence.
From the ideal length to choice of vehicles, parents revealed their preferences.
Buick's partnership with The Shadow League has grown over the past two years, including engagements during NCAA College Football and Final Four.
“We’re having more computer engineers at GM than we’ve ever had before," said General Motors' David Albritton.
Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellows were honored in Washington, D.C., at an event where hip hop pioneer MC Lyte served as emcee.
"GM needs skilled STEM talent — and that’s why we’re on a mission to help build the next generation of STEM leaders, including women," said Barra.
Six journalists embarked on a road trip from New York City to Philadelphia in 2017 Buick Encores and Envisions.
If your company had a particular segment/group that it needed to reach, doesn’t it seem like a prudent move to utilize employees most familiar with that segment/group?
Tobin Williams and Gerald Johnson expand their roles at General Motors.
“John has played a crucial role in the development of GM’s senior leadership team as well as serving as a trusted advisor and counselor on many important issues across the company,” said General Motors CEO Mary Barra.