Global Business

Global Business

 
Trading Places Prestowitz Jr., Clyde V. Basic Books , 1988 Global Business

Few, if any, American companies can compete in industries the Japanese deem important. Japan's social and industrial structure has made it a very difficult market to penetrate. While America embraces free trade and...

 
 
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...

 
 
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 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...

 
 
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...

 
 
The Work of Nations Reich, Robert B. Alfred A. Knopf , 1991 Global Business, Human Resources

In The Work of Nations, the concept of borderless nations draws a sharp distinction between societies and economies. Reich contends that corporations and investors are becoming disconnected from their...

 
 
The Machine That Changed the World Womack, James P. | Jones, Daniel T. | Roos, Daniel Rawson Associates , 1990 Global Business, Productivity

The Machine That Changed the World is devoted to a careful explanation of the logic and techniques of lean production. By extracting the universal principles of lean production from their initial...

 
 
Only the Paranoid Survive Grove, Andrew S. Currency Doubleday , 1996 Global Business, Major Works

Intel is the world’s largest chipmaker, the fifth most admired company in the United States and the seventh most profitable company among the Fortune 500. Andrew Grove attributes this success to having a healthy...

 
 
The Second Curve Morrison, Ian Ballantine Books , 1996 Global Business, Innovation

A company has done everything right - searched for and found excellence, focused on what works, reengineered business processes, and developed the discipline of a market leader. But even with all that, if the...

 
 
Competition in the 21st Century Tyson, Kirk W. M. St. Lucie Press , 1996 Global Business

As the world moves into the 21st century, companies will come to discover that quick-fix, reactionary approaches will not work in this coming age of Intelligence. To outthink, outsmart, and outmaneuver competitors,...

 
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