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Becoming World Class - Clive Morton

Becoming World Class

By: Clive Morton, John Harvey-Jones (Introduction by)

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Published: 11th November 1994
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This book addresses the issues concerned with the achievement of world class competitiveness by major international companies. It is the story of creating success where failure was endemic and demonstrating that so-called Japanese management techniques can be applied elsewhere by other western companies to attain market supremacy. It is a book based on personal experience but related to theory and thus is of use to the reader trying to change where they work for the better as well as providing answers to a number of commonly asked questions: * Why are the Japanese so consistently successful? * Can we compete and become World Class using our culture and Japanese management techniques? * Is there a manufacturing future for the UK and Europe in the face of competition from the Pacific Basin? * How do we achieve world class competitiveness? How do you start this in your business? 'I learnt a great deal from (Becoming World Class) and I would be surprised if there is ...anybody who wants to do business with the Japanese or to succeed in world competitive terms who will not find something worthwhile in this book.' - Sir John Harvey-Jones

'I learnt a great deal from (Becoming World Class) and I would be surprised if there is ... anybody who wants to do business with the Japanese or to succeed in world competitive terms who will not find something worthwhile in this book.' - Sir John Harvey-Jones

Introduction; Sir J.Harvey-Jones - The Best of Both Worlds - Understanding the Japanese - What are Japanese Management Techniques? - How We Made it Happen: the Best of Both Worlds at Komatsu - How Can Your Company Achieve Best Practice? - What Now for Japan? - Should We Be Concerned about Manufacturing in the West? - Appendix I - Appendix II

ISBN: 9780333625606
ISBN-10: 0333625609
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 278
Published: 11th November 1994
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.57
Edition Number: 13