All Summaries

All Summaries

 
The Japan That Can Say No Ishihara, Shintaro Simon & Schuster , 1991 Global Business

In The Japan That Can Say No, Ishihara outlines what Japan must do in order to be the mainspring of the new world order. Moreover, the author explains why Japan must use their technological lead to...

 
 
Managing the Future Tucker, Robert B. G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1991 Major Works, Management

In Managing for the Future, Tucker details the 10 driving forces of change for the 90s -viewing change as a dynamic and optimistic force. Theory and description flow smoothly in seamless transitions that not only sweep...

 
 
The Man Who Discovered Quality Gabor, Andrea Times Books , 1990 Business Biographies, Major Works, Management

The Man Who Discovered Quality is an in depth introduction to W. Edwards Deming, his work, the various applications, the problems and opportunities, and his philosophy of variation. The author explains...

 
 
Powershift Toffler, Alvin Bantam Books , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business, Innovation

Toffler gives a new name (Powershift) to the rapidly unfolding events of the last decades and paints a captivating picture of the future. Powershift completes a monumental trilogy on change in our...

 
 
Unlimited Wealth Pilzer, Paul Zane Crown Publishing , 1990 Economics & Finance, Leadership, Technology

In Unlimited Wealth, Pilzer describes a new theory that challenges the very foundation of conventional economics. He draws sharp contrasts between standard economic theory (based on the scarcity of...

 
 
China Inc. Fishman, Ted C. Charles Scribner's Sons , 2005 Global Business, Management

Propelled by the world's most rapidly changing, super-sized economy, China has begun to influence the daily lives of consumers, workers, citizens, and even parents, worldwide. China Inc. paints a vividly detailed,...

 
 
The Invisible Work Force Lozano, Beverly The Free Press , 1989 Entrepreneurship, Human Resources

The woman who sews pockets in her home in Italy, the family that sells groceries from the window of their house in Chile, and the Silicon Valley computer programmer who uses her spare bedroom to write programs for a...

 
 
The Service Advantage Albrecht, Karl | Bradford, Lawrence J. Dow Jones-Irwin , 1990 Customer Focus, Marketing

There are two kinds of useful customer knowledge: (1) general- pertaining to buying patterns and motives, and (2) individual-from one-to-one interactions between employees and customers. Large businesses must usually...

 
 
The Global Marketplace Rosow, Jerome M. Facts on File Publications , 1988 Global Business, Marketing

Global competition tends to reduce the importance of home markets. There must be a shift, therefore, away from the classical vertical organizational structure to a horizontal relationship where there is interdependence...

 
 
Pioneering New Products Bobrow, Edwin E. | Shafer, Dennis W. Dow Jones-Irwin , 1987 Innovation, Marketing

All businesses, institutions, governments, and cultures either grow through innovation and change or die without them. Businesses must be flexible in the face of change and able to develop products quickly and...

 
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