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Revitalizing US Electronics: Lessons from Japan

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by John Sprague
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Revitalizing US Electronics: Lessons from Japan by John Sprague

Written by one of the few executives who have extensive experience in the electronics industry in both the US and Japan, this book compares market research, design, and manufacturing techniques as used in both countries. Unlike other books on the
Japanese business culture, Sprague gives specific advice and recommendations about what companies can do now to compete with Japan, clearly pointing out what is and what is not adaptable from the Japanese approach to business.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 262
Size: 37.6 MB
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Date published:   1993
ISBN: 9781483292298 (DRM-PDF)

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