Maybe I can hint at it in a discussion about what it takes or design leadership. That would be support from the very top of the organization (Earl/Sloan, Tom Gale/Lutz, Exner until he was thrown under the bus) against the other departments and division heads. A desire to lead the industry with an evolving vision so one is not stuck ever repeating a once successful "solution"; a belief to one's core in the sanctity of design. Looking forward not trying to find the future in the rear view mirror. That would avoid having me talk about how the GM BoD screwed up tragically twice - first with Ribycki over Jordan, then again with Cherry over Palmer. I can't talk about the current guy since I lack information, but it would surprise if the organization and the BoD opted for dutiful versus true design visionary.