Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution
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Figure 3 describes the relationships among the ten customer responsiveness
prescriptions. C-1, the Guiding Premise, follows from the case developed in Part I
. Success—in health care, food, or computers—will go to those who add value by
... Given changing technology, the opportunity granted by being close to the U.S.
market, and the moves of competitors, we must: * Achieve total customer
responsiveness (TCR) via bold, new partnerships with suppliers/distributors/
More flexibility and responsiveness are the survivors' watchwords. However,
more flexibility will only be engendered when there is a clearer vision (see L-2),
more trust, and fewer adversarial dealings. That is, you can't ask a fearful person
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