Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Thoughts on Local Motors' priorities

Medical products giant, Johnson & Johnson, has a "credo" which puts
doctors and patients first. (http://www.jnj.com/our_company/our_credo/index.htm)

Home storage leader, The Container Store, has a mantra 1)employees, 2) customers, 3)shareholders

Basically, both of these priorities, place the group of people who
promote the product (doctors and employees) at the top of the priority

This makes complete sense since those groups either make or break a
product based on their passionate belief.

Similarly, I believe Local Motors should prioritize: 1)car builders, 2)
buyers, 3)shareholders.


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