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People Express is the model "new look" firm, then flops twenty-four months later.
In 1987, and for the foreseeable future, there is no such thing as a "solid," or even
substantial, lead over one's competitors. Too much is changing for anyone to ...
We don't know who our competitors will be, or where they will come from. New
foreign competition appears each day — not only in new services and end
products (1986 was the year of the Hyundai and the Yugo, and 1987 brings
For instance, the drive for more product variety is abetted by the technology
which can meet such needs, the explosion of international competitors (
producers of both end products and subcomponents) with a piece of the action,
and the similar ...
a competitor that has just introduced an electronics-based distribution system that
wires it to each of its 2,500 principal distributors, slashing the time required to fill
orders by 75 percent > yet another competitor that is tailor-making its products ...
Adams and Brock don't even require us to deal with the many forces — the
instability, the technology of miniaturization, the explosion in products, services,
and competitors, and the changing markets just described — that are all currently
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In contrast to the mass of oversimplified business survival manuals, this one justifies itself. After demonstrating in his previous books ( In Search of Excellence , with Robert Waterman, and A ... Read full review
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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