Examines the productivity methodologies of established industrial nations and those of newly industrialized countries, in terms of both mythologies and paradigms. Argues that traditional productivity methodologies are caught up in their own mythology, too readily accepting inherited paradigms. Surmises that freedom from mythology and old paradigms gives many advantages in productivity, allowing greater vision with fewer old problems to correct.
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