Carlos Ghosn

Nissan’s multicultural boss talks about Japanese business culture, leadership and the perils and opportunities of corporate stardom.

Carlos Ghosn

In 2000, Nissan Motor announced its biggest loss ever. A year later, it reported the largest net profit in its history. The turnaround was led by Carlos Ghosn, one of the few foreign executives ever to head a Japanese company. In this interview, he discusses his first year at Nissan.

Ralph Szygenda

CIO of General Motors (GM)

Richard F. Teerlink

Richard F. Teerlink, a CPA by education and training, has served as an auditor, controller, strategic planner, plant manager, and vice president. His greatest success is the turnaround of Harley-Davidson. He joined the company in August 1981, two months after the management buyout, as Chief Financial Officer. In 1982 Teerlink was elected to the Board of Directors. He was one of the driving forces behind … [ Read more ]

Keshub Mahindra

chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra, India’s 10th largest company and the country’s largest manufacturer of utility vehicles and tractors.