Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution
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tal contracts in Japan), Loctite (adhesives maker), and Molex (electrical
connector manufacturer)—all of them setting the standards in Japan. Consider
more broadly the supposedly toughest market for Americans, laden with
chairman of Northern Telecom, commented in 1986 on the supposedly
uncrackable Japanese telecommunications market: “[This is] the first time in
history that American-made digital central office switches will be moving into the
core network ...
NO EXCEPTIONS TO THE SMALL-START STRATEGY What About the Japanese
? Many react to the discussion of small starts with some variation of “But aren't the
hyper-organized Japanese the epitome of 'big start'/'big project' thinking?
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