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Widely acclaimed as the best book yet on Japanese management by two experts, this important book offers a tough-minded analysis of Japanese business methods and competitive strategies.
James C. Abegglen is professor of international business at Sophia University in Tokyo, where he has worked for almost twenty-five years as a management consultant. George Stalk Jr., currently based in Chicago, is a vice president of the Boston Consulting Group.
* The Pace Setters: Japans Companies as Competitors * The Dynamic Economy * The Kaisha as Competitor * Pursuit of Competitive Advantage in Manufacturing Competition * Revolutionizing Manufacturing Competition * The Drive to Technological Leadership * Working with Banks and Shareholders for Competitive Advantage * Whose Company Is It? * The Foreign Company in Japan * Multinational Kaisha and Co-Prosperity * The Future of the Kaisha
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