Can Japan Compete?
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It also offers a set of ideas that can guide economic policy and corporate practice in any country.' - Euro Business'Porter is the undisputed global authority on strategic management thinking and national competitive advantage and his views on the future of the Japanese economy should be worth reading.' Carol Kennedy, Business Highlights, Booksellers' Buyers Guide 2000'This is good stuff! Not only is it a timely - and critical - reminder that choosing, occupying and staying in a unique position is an essential part of competitive strategy, but it is also a classic part of the continuing academic debate on strategyMichael Porter must have enjoyed writing this book andyou should enjoy reading it.' - The Antidote'Michael E. Business people will have a clear idea of what specific pro
Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He is the best-selling author of several books on corporate strategy including, The Competitive Advantage of Nations.HIROTAKA TAKEUCHI is Dean of the Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy, Hitotsubashi University, Japan.MARIKO SAKAKIBARA is
Japan¡¯s success and failure in light of business strategy Suckwoo Lee Michael Porter become the celebrity in the field of business strategy with his two books, ¡®Competitive Advantage¡¯, ¡®Competitive Strategy¡¯. Takeuchi and Sakakibara secured their name in organizational learning school with their book, ¡®The Knowledge-Creating. "Reviving the competitive advantage of Japan" according to Gerard Kroese. Michael Porter is Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and a leading authority on competition and strategic management; Hirotaka Takeuchi is Professor and Dean of the new Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy at Hitotsubashi University in Japan; and Mariko Sakakibara is A. "Dead On" according to A Customer. I work for a Japanese company that is mentioned in this book and the book is a dead on diagnosis of how Japanese companies are managed. For anyone familiar with the current Japanese economy (which is in a huge depression) there are some major problems with how the Japanese economy operates. There is nothing inhe
Porter draws upon previously unseen research to set the record straight on what did and did not happen during the 'Japanese Miracle'. Can Japan Compete? is a major new development of Michael Porter's theory of competitive positioning, in which he examines the 'two Japans' - one highly competitive and one highly uncompetitive. This book represents a major contribution to the understanding of Japan and a major new strategic analysis from the world's leading thinker on strategy.