Talk with automobile industry experts in Tokyo and you hear that Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s recent management reshuffle was overdue. “Nissan’s management team was too stretched out,” says Kunihiko Shiohara, a managing director of Goldman Sachs (Japan). “Now it’s been narrowed down and managers will be in a position to better implement strategies.” Earlier this month, Nissan rearranged several senior executives and decreased the day-to-day responsibilities of both CEO Carlos Ghosn and Chief ...
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