Determining how to characterize vehicle performance has been a life-long passion of mine, even if I didn’t realize it until the second half of my working career. I have multiple examples of long-lasting data collection activities that point me in a certain direction. You must read the story to find out what that is.
I can call it many things, but when the right technologies are coupled with seemingly insurmountable challenges, greatness can happen. Over the past couple of months I have been able to achieve some remarkable insights by using Alteryx and Tableau on some really fun project work.
Mary Barra has been the CEO of General Motors for less than three years. During this time, GM has been undergoing major transformations within certain divisions and in the way that business is conducted. The results have been very impressive under Mary’s leadership.
I am a car tester that happens to love data and technology. When all of these things are brought together in one fantastic package, I just had to find a way to talk about my insights. My oh my, I can’t believe how quickly cars are changing from year to year.
Mary Barra, our CEO, calls GM a tech company. Advanced analytics is a part of that company and it is a lot of fun to do. In Part 2 of this series, I share some of the fun things going on at GM.
In this article, I give answers to three questions I was recently asked on a General Motors podcast. The questions were: (1) What brought you here? (2) What keeps me here? and (3) How does my job move GM forward?.
Introduction To understand this article better, you might consider clicking here to read part one of this article. After that, you can read part two by clicking here.