My Favorite Quotes
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 Lawrence Kutner - “The fundamental job of a toddler is to rule the universe.”
 Harold Kutner - “There are thousands of vehicles around the world in transit going to dealers for inventory. If we get a specific configuration request from a customer and can match that to a car en route to a dealer, we can relocate that vehicle from the point it is going to, to where the customer is. That would be a major part of the process of a build-to-order environment.”
 Harold Kutner - “Our logistics organization will become smaller but significantly more strategic, with time spent on visioning other type of strategic technology needs as we develop more customer-centered build-to-order systems.”
 Harold Kutner - “Having suppliers involved as partners earlier in the engineering process helps reduce lead time and improves quality for our customers. GM also will be able to design more cost-effective vehicles for customers that will provide additional environmental benefits and better fuel economy.”
 Harold Kutner - “It all ties into the transformation of General Motors from a brick-and-mortar company to a brick-and-click. OTD order-to-delivery will transform our company.”
 Lawrence Kutner - “Children learn and remember at least as much from the context of the classroom as from the content of the coursework.”
 Lawrence Kutner - “Your baby only needs a lot of light at night if he's reading or he's entertaining guests.”
 Lawrence Kutner - “Everything from airplanes to kitchen blenders and even chopsticks comes with an instruction manual. Children, despite all their complexity, do not.”