To the Editor:
Keith Crain is wrong that General Motors Co. needs a vice president of each division ("General Motors needs more changes," March 15).
In the past that created counterproductive interdivisional squabbling that robbed good divisions that needed new product (e.g., Saturn) because another division's head was more powerful.
Everybody had lots of sales in the good years. That is no argument for the old ways.
The new management knows that GM needs to act like GM, not a loose association of brands. It needs to compete with the competition, not with itself. A cohesive GM is a stronger GM.