Created in Japan: From Imitators to World-class Innovators

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Harper & Row, 1990 - Business & Economics - 295 pages
Contents: The Managerial Imperitive; The Sociocultural Challenges; The Creativity Paradox; The Technological Race; Conclusion. In this warning to U.S. business and policymakers, Tatsuno debunks the myth of the Japanese inability to innovate. Appendixes.

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This book, written by Tatsuno, a U.S. high-tech industry consultant and editor of a previous work on Japan's high-tech industry, The Technopolis Strategy (LJ 10/1/86), functions on at least three ... Read full review


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