The Rise and Plunge of Carlos Ghosn: Phase 2

June 10, 2021

After Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic turnaround at Nissan, profits soar and “Ghosnmania” sweeps Japan. But indicators of bother emerge as he takes over because the CEO of both Renault and Nissan in 2005. Soon, Ghosn’s high pay creates controversy in Japan and France, where executive compensation is traditionally much less exorbitant.

In segment two of a special, four-segment sequence, host Curt Nickisch explores Ghosn’s administration vogue to be taught what made him uniquely winning: his stellar verbal exchange abilities, think about for skill, and focal level on aggressive targets. But would these forms of management qualities sooner or later make a contribution to his downfall?

NOTE: In case you haven’t listened to the first episode but, we propose you originate there. It’s episode 800 of the HBR IdeaCast podcast.

These episodes inquire of how Carlos Ghosn went from being one of many sector’s most admired CEOs to a fugitive from justice. What went real — and immoral — at some stage in Ghosn’s time main Nissan and Renault? And what originate we be taught from it?

This special sequence is impressed and instantaneous by the original e-book Collision Direction: Carlos Ghosn and the Tradition Wars that Upended an Auto Empire.

This episode used to be produced by Anne Saini. Contributing reporting from Tokyo by Collision Direction coauthors Hans Greimel and William Sposato.

Enhancing by Scott Berinato, Maureen Hoch, and Adi Ignatius. Sound engineering by Tim Skoog. The group involves Sally Ashworth, Adam Buchholz, Seize Eckhardt, Ramsey Khabbaz, Scott LaPierre, Christine Liu, Melinda Merino, and Karen Participant.

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