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The knowledge-creating company: how Japanese companies create the dynamics of innovation

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This book addresses the generation-old question of why the Japanese are so successful in business. The authors, professors of management at Hitosubashi University, contend that Japanese firms are ... Read full review

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Ikujiro Nonaka (野中郁次郎, born May 10, 1935)
He is best known for his study of Knowledge Management. He co-authored The Knowledge-Creating Company with Hirotaka Takeuchi. In 2008, the Wall Street
Journal listed him as one of the most influential persons on business thinking.[1]
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Ikujiro Nonaka is Professor Emeritus, Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy; the First Distinguished Drucker Scholar in Residence at the Drucker School and Institute, Claremont Graduate University; the Xerox Distinguished Faculty Scholar, Institute of Management, Innovation and Organization, University of California, Berkeley. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ikujiro_Nonaka)
 

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