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A recent poll of Korean businessmen, Fortune reports, revealed that "they
preferred Japanese suppliers to American by a margin of two to one. The
Koreans complained about mediocre product quality, slow delivery times, and
poor service, ...
The second path also involves a closer and more permanent relationship with
other parties that have a stake in the firm — suppliers, dealers, creditors, even the
towns and cities in which the firm resides. On this second path, all those ...
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 ...
And this in turn means that new attitudes are also required — especially
commitment on the part of managers to the idea that suppliers, workers, unions,
distributors, and customers are all partners in the common endeavor. But the
Financial Management and Control Centralized, finance staff as cop Information
use and direct customer/ supplier linkups as a strategic weapon managed by the
line, decentralization of MIS a must Decentralized, most finance people to the ...
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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