From Publishers Weekly
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Smacks of hero worship. Interesting story, but the author appears to be overly infatuated with Ghosn to the point that the book reads like fiction.Published 20 months ago by CT
I purchased two books. One was in exceptional condition and the other was a bit dirty, but otherwise good shape. I am pleased with the purchase.Published 20 months ago by pjack771
If you really want the detailed story of Nissan , this might be it. Reads a liitle dull at times.Published on June 22, 2014 by Billy BoB
It is an easy reading book, which not only Nissan employees must read. This is a story of succes which every person interesed in corporate mindset changing must read.Published on July 23, 2013 by Edgar Medina
I would generally agree with the other reviewers that the book isn't the most riveting, or the best written book. Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Edward J. Barton
The Ghosn thesis is "shed bad investment and build "growth long term by expanding product line". Growth and expansion is the America way. Read morePublished on October 27, 2012 by Golden Lion
David Magee provides an interesting and compelling account of how Carlos Ghosn turned around Nissan. Read morePublished on August 24, 2006 by Elijah Chingosho
If you would like to read about how a no nonsense guy took Nissan from being extinct to one of the top automotive companies in the world you need to read this book. Read morePublished on December 28, 2005 by sdflkjoiusad
David Magee's book tells the very interesting story of how Nissan's fortunes were revived by "a fiery, intellectual, Brazilian-born, French educated man of Lebanese descent, Carlos... Read morePublished on October 1, 2005 by Declan Hayes