UPDATED: 9/21/18 3:53 pm ET
DETROIT — General Motors is restructuring a care of a tellurian plan and electrified car units as it starts to muster during least 20 battery-electric and fuel cell-powered vehicles globally by 2023.
Effective Oct. 1, Pam Fletcher, clamp boss of Global Electric Vehicle Programs, is allocated to a newly combined position of clamp president, innovation.
Fletcher, 52, will turn a approach news to CEO Mary Barra, reflecting GM’s idea of transforming itself as a association penetrating to gain on new opportunities while being reduction spooky with normal opening measures such as sales volume and marketplace share.
She formerly reported to Doug Parks, clamp boss of Autonomous and Electric Vehicle Programs.
Fletcher, who was allocated to her stream position scarcely a year ago, will be obliged “for identifying, integrating and accelerating business opportunities that make a customers’ lives easier and expostulate long-term value to a shareholders,” according to an inner memo performed by Automotive News.
Parks, 57, pronounced in an emailed matter to Automotive News that Fletcher’s new purpose will precedence her engineering and entrepreneurial background.
Parks’ purpose will enhance to embody Fletcher’s EV responsibilities, according to a Monday memo from Barra and Mark Reuss, executive clamp boss of GM’s Global Product Group.