If Doug Stott's passion, enthusiasm, and energy that are evoked by authentic driving machines—the new 2001 4.0- liter Aurora, in particular—could be bottled and distributed, then Oldsmobile would undoubtedly sell far more of its Auroras than the 40,000 they hope to move during this calendar year (4.0- and 3.5-liter versions combined), a volume which is double that which they've been doing with the previous-generation vehicle.
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The conventional wisdom is that Ferrari, due to its low production volumes and high-profile name, can do nearly anything technologically that it is inclined to do.
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm —Emerson
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Unquestionably, one of the key management thinkers of the 20th century (something that can be said with more confidence now than it could have been stated just a few months ago) is Peter Drucker, the author of a vast array of books since his first was published in 1933.