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The fact that the trade deficit is currently (April 1987) running at $1 52 billion,
despite the dollar's plunge against the yen and mark since September 1985, is a
powerful indication that, while the problem may have been exacerbated by the ...
... with number one American making twenty-four times as much as United, which
was the largest airline in 1986 and fraught with problems after trying to swallow
much of Pan Am. In 1987, Texas Air will be biggest, after swallowing Continental,
... three main lines of business, each of which looked extremely promising when
the restructuring began four years earlier. Alas. Soon after the reorganization was
essentially complete, each of the three chosen businesses ran into problems.
Similar blizzards mark any industry you can name. For instance, there's the
Oklahoma City hospital beset with cost problems, whose cinnamon rolls
happened to win a citywide bake-off; it now has a separate catering division
providing bakery ...
The result: Burr was left with a customer-perception problem similar to that which
the Model T eventually acquired — available in "any color as long as it's black."
Despite the belated investment of hundreds of millions of dollars in a new ...
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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
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