HR Restructuring at Nissan


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Case Code: HROB138
Case Length: 16 Pages
Period: 1990-2007
Organization: Nissan Motor Company, Ltd
Pub Date: 2011
Teaching Note: Not Available
Countries: US, Japan
Industry: Automobile

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Speculations and Criticisms on Ghosn

All this while, there had also been speculation regarding Ghosn being the CEO of two companies at the same time, namely Renault and Nissan. Somewhere down the line, experts felt that he was bound to lose track. Many experts argued that Ghosn was overstretched and trying to run two companies based on opposite sides of the world...

Future Ahead

Ghosn still emphasized the global talent the organization needed in order to grow and succeed in the market and hence he had to pool the best talent from Japan and outside. However, the industrial observers and the media started voicing opinions against Ghosn quoting his highest compensation package...

Exhibits

Exhibit 1: Talent Management at Nissan
Exhibit 2: Succession Planning at Nissan
Exhibit 3: Market share statistics of Nissan from 1999 to 2003
Exhibit 4: Domestic market share of Nissan amidst competition from 1994 to 2004
Exhibit 5: Return on assets in % of Nissan in comparison to its competitors (2004)
Exhibit 6: Financial ratios of Nissan after the successful turnaround
Exhibit 7: Financial analysis of Nissan from 2005-2009

 

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