3 Leadership Lessons I Learned From the Movie Gung Ho & Why They Still Apply 36 Years Later

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In the 1986 film Gung Ho, a Japanese automaker moves into an abandoned factory in a down-on-its-heels Pennsylvania town. Both the automaker and the town’s newly re-employed autoworkers want to make the plant work, but they are at odds concerning principles, methods and leadership styles. Misunderstandings threaten…