Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution
The national bestseller that offers prescriptions for an economic world turned upside down. "Enough inspiration and information to feed American management for years."-- "Industry Week" A "New York Times" bestseller for eleven months."Enough inspiration and information to feed American managers for years." "--Industry Week"
"A provocative and worthwhile book, loaded with sound advice on how to manage our institutions in a world in which the old ways do not seem to work." "--Across the Board"
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Jim Abegglen and George Stalk, Jr., in Kaisha: The Japanese Corporation, argue
that instead, incremental improvements and rapid response to competitors,
achieved through factory- and customer-driven actions, are the key to Japan's ...
When Honda launched the upscale Acura project, it picked BMW as its principal
competitor — Best in Class. The Acura design team was given just one year to
beat BMW. Early signs suggest that they either succeeded or came remarkably ...
The next level of analysis focuses on the technical traits of your competitors'
products, as gleaned from "reverse engineering" (ripping apart their products)
and studies of comparative cost structures. This is a big step beyond market-
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Creating Total Customer Responsiveness
Pursuing FastPaced Innovation
Achieving Flexibility by Empowering People
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