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Takashi Hata

President and CEO, JATCO
In 2011, Mr. Hata was hand-picked by Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn to be the President & CEO of JATCO. Previously, he was President of SABIC Japan and SABIC Innovative Plastics Japan. He was also President of GE Plastics Japan after working at GE in China and Hong Kong. He worked at Nissho Iwai in Germany and Indonesia.
Career Success
JAN 30, 2013

Building Corporate Culture to Maximize Organizational Capacity 2/2

Mr. Takashi Hata, President and CEO of JATCO, a major manufacturer specializing in automatic transmissions and the world’s number one company in CVT (continuously variable transmission), was hand-picked by Nissan President Carlos Ghosn to transform his company to pursue even further growth in the global market. After experiencing and implementing GE’s well-known leadership training as President for GE Plastics, Mr. Hata is challenging JATCO and its employees to increase its sales to 1 trillion yen. To achieve this goal, he aims to build a corporate culture which drives continuous growth of both the company as well as its individuals. At this seminar, Mr. Hata explains his plan to maximize his organization’s capacity, changing the corporate culture, the challenges he faces in implementing his plan, and his ideas on leadership.

Career Success
JAN 29, 2013

Building Corporate Culture to Maximize Organizational Capacity 1/2

Mr. Takashi Hata, President and CEO of JATCO, a major manufacturer specializing in automatic transmissions and the world’s number one company in CVT (continuously variable transmission), was hand-picked by Nissan President Carlos Ghosn to transform his company to pursue even further growth in the global market. After experiencing and implementing GE’s well-known leadership training as President for GE Plastics, Mr. Hata is challenging JATCO and its employees to increase its sales to 1 trillion yen. To achieve this goal, he aims to build a corporate culture which drives continuous growth of both the company as well as its individuals. At this seminar, Mr. Hata explains his plan to maximize his organization’s capacity, changing the corporate culture, the challenges he faces in implementing his plan, and his ideas on leadership.