Uchida’s willingness to listen to and support those on the ground away from Nissan’s base could be key to its success.
Nissan is facing a once-in-a-generation crisis as new chief executive Makoto Uchida takes the wheel of the Japanese car maker.
The shake-out following the coup at the top of the company raised questions about a worrying “yes-men” regime that had been allowed to develop.
Uchida tackled the fallout from Ghosn’s ousting head on in his commencement speech. Diving straight in, he expressed…