Yes, the American way of doing business. Sales are down, we are losing
money, the cars perform poorly, they are unreliable, no one wants our cars,
well,,,, let's lay off the guys who assemble them, not the guys who designs
them, styles them, prices them, and dictates what they will be.
My dad worked at a steel mill. When they were having the problems U.S. steel
mills were having, the company brought in efficiency experts.
Recommendations: Lay off 20% of management, increase work force 10%.
Action: Lay off 10% of workforce, increase management 5%.
Since that didn't work, they brought in another efficiency expert.
Guess what they did. Same thing.
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