David Gallon had a mission at Toyota: to create a cohesive corporate strategy and a culture that could respond to societal needs. But he is not the head of corporate social responsibility (CSR) at the Japanese automaker. He is head of strategic insight and innovation, working on developments such as robots that help people with poor mobility to get around with ease and devices that help blind people to navigate unfamiliar indoor spaces. In promoting a culture rooted in respect for people and...
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