American management traditionally has not paid much attention to the way competitors do business despite the success of many foreign companies in U.S. markets. The Japanese have been especially successful competing in world markets, and much can be learned from both their industrial development experience and their Just‐In‐Time and Total Quality Control approach to competition. The objective of this paper is to emphasize what American management can learn from its competition with particular attention to the Japanese experience.
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