'There are not many books that present a formidable challenge to the received wisdom and accepted orthodoxy on a subject. This is one such book and it rises to the challenge with verve, dynamism and a carefully considered array of arguments. . . This is a book well worth reading.' - Tom Donnelly, Asia Pacific Journal of Economics and BusinessA similar dichotomization of strategies aimed at workers retained in manual components of a job. and strategies aimed at ... Citreon in Paris, however, employed more a#39;subtle methodsa#39; with induced rivalries between teams supported byanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Myth of Japanese Efficiency|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Pub - 2006-01-01|