The Ghosn Factor presents a daunting profile of Carlos Ghosn, the turnaround corporate artist who is about to surpass himself by heading Renault in France while continuing as CEO of Nissan in Japan.
In this book Miguel Rivas-Micoud tells the Ghosn story in 24 concise and bite-size chapters of analysis, history, anecdotes and quotations, principally drawn from extended interviews with his subject.
Learn how Ghosn is able to generate value where others have failed, and what the man says and thinks about:
The Ghosn Factor shows how managers and employees alike can quickly bring or keep their organizations on track for lasting profitable growth.
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Miguel Rivas-Micoud is a professor of English in the law faculty of Meiji University in Tokyo, and the author and co-author of numerous books and articles on language, society, management, politics and economics. He is a contributing editor to the Diamond Harvard Business Review and was the producer and co-author of Carlos Ghosn’s only official and authorized autobiography and Japanese bestseller, Renaissance (2001), originally published in Japanese by Diamond Inc. and has since been published in Taiwan, China and South Korea.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Education (Asia), 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110071248676