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Japanese management techniques have excited Western thought in recent years partly because they seem to promise relief from the "productivity crisis." Detractors have been quick to point out the lack of quick success, the enormous cultural content of these practices, and the difficulties in...
Motivation is a crucial management issue. The productivity of the U.S. worker is still dropping in the 1980's. The industrial revolution (automation of labor intensive industries) maintained productivity and increased standards of living earlier in this century. The computer revolution has a...
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