The head of the Japanese power company at the centre of one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters has all but vanished from the public eye … Since the crisis, he has largely left it to TEPCO spokespeople in Tokyo to be the public face of the company and answer increasingly aggressive questions, and criticism, from reporters frustrated at the lack of information. Article
He would seem a gd fit with Goh Chok Tong, Wong Kan Seng, Mah Bow Tan, Yaccob?
Or given the behaviour of the CEOs of Temasek and SMRT, he could be a gd GLC CEO.
Strange behaviour for a Japanese. The chairman of Toyota exemplifies the behaviour of a traditional Japanese leader accepting responsibility for the organisation he leads. He bowed deeply and apologised in public when defects were uncovered in Toyota cars.