Nissan, too

“Nissan Report Faults Management,” The Wall Street Journal, November 18, 2017 B3. Factory workers falsified inspection data.  Nissan recalls 1.2 million vehicles.  Did management press too hard when setting targets?

Everyone on the manufacturing floor knew the inspections were being done by under-qualified workers, and hid it from the inspectors.  Management was clueless.  Practice was the norm for nearly 30 years.

Would your culture allow this to happen in your company?

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