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The Lean Enterprise Dimancescu, Dan | Hines, Peter | Rich, Nick Amacom , 1997 Customer Focus
In business, change is always present. What worked yesterday no longer works today. Customers are more demanding, competitors are more competitive, and new markets and new competitors are emerging globally. Thus, in...
 
 
1992: Strategies for the Single Market. Dudley, James W. Productivity Press , 1989 Management, Marketing

The lack of common policy for external trade, a chaotic period of adjustment, the inward looking approach to creating a competitive environment, and the lack of a common currency are inherent weaknesses that may...

 
 
The Sun Also Sets Emmott, Bill Random House , 1989 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Japan's political power is not an absolute; it must be gauged relative to that of America. The world still looks to America as the leading superpower and the source of political initiative. Unless the economy drags...

 
 
Economic Reform in Three Giants Feinberg, Richard E. | Echeverri-Gent, John | Muller, Friedemann Transaction Publishers , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business

China, India, and the USSR are the three most populous underdeveloped countries on earth. Presently, these Giants share the common predicament of how to compete in a demanding, rapidly changing, and increasingly...

 
 
Wall Street Women Fisher, Anne B. Alfred A. Knopf , 1990 Diversity, Leadership

In some respects, the bull market opened up unprecedented opportunities for a long-neglected talent pool of women. In 1987, the Dow Jones Industrial Average flew past the 2,000 mark for the first time ever and four of...

 
 
Why Employees Don't Do What They're Supposed to Do and What to Do About It Fournies, Ferdinand F. Liberty House , 1989 Management, Productivity

Not knowing why a task should be undertaken is the one reason for employee nonperformance that most managers find the easiest to accept-it's logical and needs no explanation. Today's managers know that it is perfectly...

 
 
Street Smarts Franklin, William H. Georgia State University Press , 1990 Customer Focus, Entrepreneurship

The premature arrival of the future is a major problem for business managers. Most businesses are involved in what happened yesterday rather than in managing what will happen tomorrow. Today is all that you can control...

 
 
Balancing Acts Galbraith, James K. Basic Books , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Today, a competitive challenge defines our economy and the at-tendant difficulties we are now experiencing have to do with failures of policy and not faults of national character. In the 1970s and 1980s, the inward...

 
 
Beatrice Gazel, Neil R. University of Illinois Press , 1990 Business Biographies, Management

In 1889, George Everett Haskell and William W. Bosworth set up business in Beatrice, Nebraska, dealing in poultry, eggs, butter, and produce. C. H. Haskell, George Haskell's nephew, began working for the company in...

 
 
Wall Street Geisst, Charles R. Oxford University Press , 1997 Economics & Finance

The American securities industry has a long and varied history that has come to symbolize the best and the worst of American finance. Wall Street is a wide-ranging chronicle of how a loose association...

 
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