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A Grim Prognosis Today's and tomorrow's winning hand is becoming
increasingly clear — quality and flexibility. Essential to them both are (1) smaller
units and (2) highly skilled workers serving as the chief source of incremental
Some, such as LSI Logic, which was just founded in 1981 but is projecting sales
of $300 million in 1987, have become powerhouses. They give us a wide lead in
what may well turn out to be the most important part of the industry.
Product development time and order lead time must be slashed by 90 percent.
Electronic/telecommunication linkups to customers and suppliers must be
developed posthaste. Just listening to customers and dealers needs to become
the norm ...
It is Roger Milliken's brand of urgency — and taste for radical reform — that must
become the norm. For Milliken's two revolutions (and the firm was a star to begin
with) are still only barely meeting the competitive challenge. IMPLICATIONS ...
"NICE TO DO" BECOMES "MUST DO" The history of the forty-five prescriptions
that are the essence of this book is the history of In Search of Excellence. In short,
a "nice-to-do" in 1979 (when the excellence research began) has become a ...
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Building Systems for a World Turned Upside Down
Measure Whats Important
Revamp the Chief Control Tools
Decentralize Information Authority and Strategic Planning
Set Conservative Goals
Demand Total Integrity
A New View of Leadership at All Level
Pay Attention More Listening