Either Carlos Ghosn is about to prove his true genius once again or commit his first big blunder. In what is sure to become the ultimate case study for the change-is-good theory of management, the CEO of both France’s Renault and Japan’s Nissan announced earlier this month plans to uproot Nissan’s U.S. headquarters in Gardena, CA, and move it halfway across the country to Franklin, TN. The wagon train eastward will begin the migration in mid-2006 and arrive in full by 2008 with ...
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