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Yoshino, Michael Y.;Egawa, Masako
Carlos Ghosn, a former executive vice-president of Renault, became the COO of Nissan Motor Co., a troubled auto company in Japan when Renault bought 38% of the company in 1999. This case deals with how Ghosn turned the company around. Examines in considerable detail how he went about successfully energizing and mobilizing the demoralized employees after a decade of failed efforts. A rewritten version of an earlier case.
Change management;Cross-functional management;Decision making and problem solving;Diversity and inclusion;Foreign investment;Management;Marketing strategy;Mergers and acquisitions;Organizational restructuring;Personal finance;Self-motivation