CEO Series: Mary Barra of General Motors on Committing to an Eco-Friendly Future
Mary Barra, chair and CEO of General Motors, says that electric vehicles are the future for the company and the automobile industry.
GM has said it will phase out vehicles using internal combustion engines by 2035 and go carbon-neutral at all of its facilities.
Barra describes how she's executing that plan as well as offering broader leadership lessons in an interview with HBR editor Amy Bernstein.
Listen Also To: Men in Blazers
You Might Also Like:
- Fed Report Says Rising Asset Prices Pose Threat To Markets
- Biden Coming After Tax Loopholes For The Ultra-Rich
- Biden’s Buy American Program Is Too Little, Too Late
- U.S. Employment Costs Surge
- UAW Strike to End Following Tentative Deal with General Motors
- Prices for Goods and Services Increase Beyond Expectations
- GDP Soars 4.7% Thanks to Rise in Consumer Spending
- New Home Sales in the U.S. Rise Amid Skyrocketing Interest Rates
- Reports: X/Twitter Shrinking Worsens Following Rebranding
- Reports: Amazon Testing Humanoid Robots for Warehouse Operations
- Elon Musk’s X/Twitter Announces Subscription Tiers