ThyssenKrupp Leader Declares Reformation

Watching his company’s proud industrial history become “a case of a managerial culture gone wrong, ” ThyssenKrupp chief executive Heinrich Hiesinger says it’s time to redirect the German powerhouse, according to a feature in the Wall Street Journal in December. Among Hiesinger’s plans is a change of focus from heavy industry to high-tech engineering —…

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