Sep 07 2012
President and Chief Executive Officer Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Strategy speaker
Carlos Ghosn KBE is the current CEO of Renault and Nissan. He is largely credited with turning around Nissan and is a national hero in Japan. He was voted Man of the Year 2003 by Fortune magazine’s Asian edition and is also on the board of Alcoa, Sony, and IBM. Mr. Ghosn joined Nissan as its chief operating officer in 1999, became its president in 2000 and was named chief executive officer in 2001. Mr. Ghosn currently serves on the board of directors of Renault S.A., Alcoa and Sony Corporation.
Named Knight Commander of the British Empire in 2006
Prior to joining Nissan, Mr. Ghosn served as executive vice president of the Renault Group, a position he had held since 1996. In addition to supervising Renault activities in the Mercosur, he was responsible for advanced research, car engineering and development, car manufacturing, powertrain operations and purchasing. Before he joined Renault, Ghosn had worked with Michelin for 18 years.
What he offers you
As an outsider in charge of one of Japan’s largest companies, he has been extremely successful. Having been at the helm of two of the world’s biggest car companies he is in the privileged position to be able to offer decision makers from all fields the benefit of his considerable expertise and experience at the helm of a global company. His face has graced the covers of Japanese business magazines and he is the subject of a handful of books and has written his own.
How he presents
An excellent communicator, Carlos’ presentations are filled with actionable ideas and invaluable information.
Watch a video presentation of Carlos Ghosn
Creating a Sustainable Corporate Culture of Success
Organisational Strategies – Successful Development and Implementation
Innovative Corporate Strategies for 21st Century Organisations
The Core Competence of the Corporation
Shift: Inside Nissan’s Historic Revival
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