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by D. Hugh Whittaker,Robert E. Cole

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Author: D. Hugh Whittaker,Robert E. Cole
Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 12, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 352
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How did Japan fall from challenger to US hegemonic leadership in the high tech . D. Hugh Whittaker, Robert E. Cole

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I argue that the spread of neoliberalism in Japan has been uneven, shaped by local settings and adopted only selectively.

University of California, Berkeley. High tech companies were slow to respond, relying at first on formulae which had worked in the past, but in a new environment, some of these traditional strengths had now become sources of weakness. I argue that the spread of neoliberalism in Japan has been uneven, shaped by local settings and adopted only selectively.

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The book features contributions from scholars and practitioners who have distinctive insights into the nature of these challenges and . Robert E. Cole and D. Hugh Whittaker. Part 1 Industries, technologies, and value chains.

The book features contributions from scholars and practitioners who have distinctive insights into the nature of these challenges and responses. It includes introductory and concluding chapters with a discussion of knowledge management implications, a ‘reformed’ Japanese model, and a possible dual innovation system. 2 The telecommunication industry: A turnaround in Japan's global presence. 3 Modular production' impact on Japan's electronics industry1.

Recovering from Success. Innovation and Technology Management in Japan. Hugh Whittaker and Robert E. Identifies the source of the competitive problems Japan has been experiencing in the high-tech arena

Recovering from Success. Identifies the source of the competitive problems Japan has been experiencing in the high-tech arena. Examines how Japan has responded to these problems and assesses its current standing. Considers the role of the Management of Technology (MOT) movement. Recovering from Success.

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Awarded grant by the Japan Economic Foundation to support week-long quality seminar in Japan for University of. .Recovering from Success: Innovation and Technology Management in Japan, Hugh Whittaker and Robert E. Cole (ed. Oxford University Press, 2006.

Awarded grant by the Japan Economic Foundation to support week-long quality seminar in Japan for University of California, Berkeley business and engineering faculty: 1993-1995. Co-Principal Investigator, Department of Defense Grant: . Japan Industry and Technology Management Training Program, 1992-1994. Inducted into the International Academy of Quality, 1993. Membership limited to 20 North American specialists and 60 members worldwide.

Robert E. Cole; . ugh Whittaker. Cole served as Co-Director of the Management of Technology Program at the Haas School of Business from 1997-2006. Academic, Professional and General Technology Management & public relations General management.

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How did Japan fall from challenger to US hegemonic leadership in the high tech industries in the 1980s, to stumbling giant by the turn of the century? This book examines the challenges faced by Japanese companies through emulation by foreign competitors, and the emergence of new competitive models linked to open innovation and modular production.