Making It in America

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Simon & Schuster, 1996 - Manufacturing industries - 352 pages
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In this "timley, readable, and well-researched book on what's working in America" (Tom Peters), Jasinowski and Hamrin detail the ten key paths to business success, highlighting such factors as a renewed commitment to fundamental values and innovative responses to the rapidly changing needs of the marketplace. They also spell out the strategies taken by companies such as Motorola and Compaq and their impact on workers, management, and the bottom line.

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Making it in America: proven paths to success from fifty top companies

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Responding to the pessimistic comments made in the mid-1980s about the competitiveness and survival of American manufacturing, the authors (the president of the National Association of Manufacturers ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD BY LEE IACOCCA
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PLEASING CUSTOMERS AND FINDING NEW MARKETS
22
SUNRISE FOR MANUFACTURING
24
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JERRY J. JASINOWSKI is President of the National Association of Manufacturers and a highly regarded, frequently quoted authority on manufacturing and the economy. He is also the author of Making It in America, a collection of fascinating success stories that illuminate the historic comeback of the U.S. manufacturing sector.

Dr. Robert Hamrin is the founder and president of Great Dads, an international ministry with a vision to help turn the hearts of fathers to their children. Prior to founding Great Dads, he served as an independent economic business consultant, author, and speaker. Robert and his wife Carol live in Clifton, Virginia, and have three grown children.

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