Analysis of a plan examining the degree of alignment between General Motors (GM) proposed published values and:
- The leaders/managers treatment of internal stakeholders
- The internal stakeholders treatment of one another
- The organization's treatment of external stakeholders
- The organization's short-term plans
- The organization's long-term plans
General Motors: Strategic Plan Alignment
In Michigan, General Motors was founded in the year 1908. GM's headquarter is situated in Detroit, Michigan (General Motors: Our Company, 2009). It is working in more than 30 countries in the car and truck manufacturing segment. It offers small, midsize, sports, luxury cars, van, utilities and medium duty trucks under different brands like: Cadillac, GMC, Holden, Opel, Saab, Vauxhall, Buick, Chevrolet, GM Daewoo, Hummer, Pontiac and Saturn. GM Motors has been serving the automotive industry as a leader for the last 76 years (General Motors: Our Company, 2009).
The core value of the company is directed towards the continuous improvement, respect for individual, customer passion, innovation, integrity, teamwork and responsibility. General Motors is committed to implement these core values in its day to day operations (General Motors: Our Company, 2009).
The main internal stakeholders for any organization include its management and the employees. At GM, leadership is focused at driving continuous change and improvement (General Motors: A Century of ...
GM Strategic Plan Alignment are examined. The published values, stakeholders, short and long term plans are analyzed.