Haruka Nishimatsu: Is He The Greatest CEO Ever?

Submitted by: MorfeuS 5 years ago in

I wish all bosses acted this way--they"d probably get more production out of their employees.
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Male 19
well he is just so guess that is why the company is winning usually unjust is the ingredient or disaster and failure. that is just commonsense some one who does not know that is just ignorant and people will automatically look down upon him.
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Male 110
@ roddym 275 - lol
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Male 226
repost?
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Male 1,745
Good leader. As a general rule, employees will only work half as hard as they perceive their boss of working.
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Male 319
He`s a hero. But I have heard stories like this about other CEO`s. I don`t think humanity is doomed. Just the USA.
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Male 51
Americans raka disciprin..
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Male 2,424
Japanese > everyone else
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Male 469
awesome boss.
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Female 8
What a good guy.
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Male 2,384
much respect for this guy
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Male 589
Honor.
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Male 2,868
@vegascartman- What does this have to do with socialism? Nothing, that`s what. Do you prefer American CEOs, who cut lower level jobs and compensation while increasing executive pay and benefits?
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Female 71
hero.
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Male 216
davidildo123
"He still has millions in his bank account, a huge house, and is pulling in stock dividends. He isn sacrificin poo."

Lets see your CEO´s do that if theyre not sacrificing poo, smartass...
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Male 143
He still has millions in his bank account, a huge house, and is pulling in stock dividends. He isn`t sacrificing poo.
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Male 734
Socialism! Socialism! RAH RAH RAH!
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Male 144
did i hear him correctly when he heard about the american CEO`s earning $200 million? "haha but thats in US dollars"
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Male 1,627
man of the year
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Male 3,482
I`m pretty sure, if I remember what I heard correctly, that Japanese business ethics are focused around what`s best for the whole company rather than any individuals involved.

In other words, they`d rather have the company survive and keep making money into future generations rather than make a quick burst of cash and have it all come crashing down around the next group to take over.

I`ve also heard that the Japanese style is changing with newer generations dealing with more foreign influences and competition. So who knows how long guys like this will last...
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Male 107
money > ethics
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Male 25,416
wow!
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Female 7,867
yup Kain1- just what I was thinking..... but I bet they do not see how this would count!
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Male 63
@ Kain1

real ones do
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Male 1,471
Wait, i thought americans hated socialism ??...
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Male 17,512
Japanese corporate and work ethic is much different than the rest of the world. I believe it`s the law in Japan that the CEO can not make more then ten times the lowest paid worker of a company.

I believe a CEO should be paid what they are worth and that measurement of worth goes beyond the metric of just how much money the company made that year.
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Male 1,399
A great CEO is one who increases the bottom line. That`s why they were hired by the board.
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Male 802
I`m not sure that this makes him the greatest CEO ever. Bottom line is whoever runs the most successful company is a great CEO. It has zero to do with perks or salary to be honest. I`m not sure who the top CEO is right now but I`d definitely put Steve Jobs ahead of this guy, and Jobs is kind of a douche.
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Female 1,589
Air Canada is currently on strike. I hope their CEO`s watch this.
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Male 535
oh man you just gotta love the japanese :)
what lovely people
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Female 3,574
@DrProfessor Even if he/she owns the company, either bought it or built it up himself/herself? It might be a dumb business decision to extract money at the expense of keeping the business alive, but the owner of a company should be able to do whatever they want with what they own.
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Male 1,440
im impressed that he decides to work WITH his employees by going through what they do.
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Female 3,574
@DSDavis008 That depends. A CEO can be an employee, but my fiance is CEO (and also a whole bunch of other titles, due to the strangeness of incorporating lol) of his own company, which he`s been building his whole life.
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Male 3,894
@pui-Just because they`re in a position of command doesn`t mean they deserve exorbitant salaries and excesses.

Haruka Nishimatsu isn`t motivated by greed or a sense of self-worth, it would seem. He`s just trying to run his company as best as he is able too, and is willing to earn a reasonable salary for it, which is better for everyone involved. Every dollar that doesn`t end up in his pocket is going somewhere else in the company, to be utilized.
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Male 3,894
I think I`m going to move to Japan.
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Male 60
I`m impressed. Doesn`t happen too often.
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Male 1,312
This guy ought to teach a class on business ethics. What a good dude
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Male 1,737
Business "ethics", yeah, not in north america.
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Male 17
What an absolute legend!
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Male 2,440
I have no problem with people making a lot of money. The problem here is that huge corporations own D.C. and bend the rules in their favor, screwing over anyone else trying to enter or compete in the market.
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Male 68
@pui CEO`s don`t own businesses, they are an employee like everyone else, in a usually public company.
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Male 762
Yes, Obama... because in America the president has control over private business and wages...
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Male 105
Yes, this is precisely it.
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Female 3,574
I don`t think it`s "unfair" that CEOs make lots of money. They own big business and they worked hard to get there.

That said, I think this guy is smart. He is cutting his salary and everyone else`s salary in order to keep his company alive. If he keeps his company alive, his children and family will inherit the airline, giving them a much brighter future than if he just ran the business into the ground embellishing as much as he could out of it. 90 grand a year still isn`t bad at all!! I`m surprised he takes the bus and eats in the cafeteria with that income. o_O
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Male 15,510
That is the solution Obama needs
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Male 289
Link: Haruka Nishimatsu: Is He The Greatest CEO Ever? [Rate Link] - I wish all bosses acted this way--they`d probably get more production out of their employees.
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