Engineered in Japan (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
416
Utgivningsdatum
1995-12-01
Upplaga
illustrated ed
Förlag
OUP USA
Medarbetare
Ettlie, John E. / Campbell, John C.
Illustrationer
figs.tabs.
Dimensioner
241 x 161 x 33 mm
Vikt
745 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
xii404
ISBN
9780195095555

Engineered in Japan

Japanese Technology - Management Practices

Inbunden,  Engelska, 1995-12-01
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This book provides a range of empirical studies on how Japanese and US firms manage critical aspects of technology development and deployment. Among the industries discussed are electronics, pharmaceuticals, and automobiles. Almost all of the research has not been previously published.
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Booklist The particular benefit of this book is that it distinguishes a technology life cycle and analyzes each of its stages: research and development, process and product development, manufacturing management and methods, technology deployment, and organizational learning.

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Contributors 1: Jeffrey K. Liker, John E. Ettlie, and John Creighton Campbell: Engineering in Japan: Introduction and Overview I. Applied R&D 2: David T. Methe: Basic Research in Japanese Electronic Companies: An Attempt at Establishing New Organizational Routines 3: Thomas Roehl, Will Mitchell, and Ronald J. Slattery: The Growth of R&D Investment and Organizational Changes by Japanese Pharmaceutical Firms, 1975-1993 4: Howard E. Aldrich and Toshihiro Sasaki: Governance Structure and Technology Transfer Management in R&D Consortia in the United States and Japan 5: Richard N. Osborn and C. Christopher Baughn: Governing United States - Japan High-Technoloy Alliances II. Product-Process Development Practices 6: Daniel E. Whitney: Nippondenso Co. Ltd.: A Case Study of Strategic Product Design 7: Jeffrey K. Liker, Rajan R. Kamath, S. Nazli Wasti, and Mitsuo Nagamachi: Integrating Suppliers into Fast-Cycle Product Development 8: Allen Ward, Durward K. Sobek II, John J. Cristiano, and Jeffrey K. Liker: Toyota, Concurrent Engineering, and Set-Based Design 9: W. Mark Fruin: Competing in the Old-Fashioned Way: Localizing and Integrating Knowledge Resources in Fast-to-Market Competition III. Manufacturing Methods and Management 10: Patrick C. Hammett, Walton M. Hancock, and Jay S. Baron: Producing a World-Class Automotive Body 11: Izak Duenyas, John W. Fowler, and Lee Schruben: Japan's Development of Scheduling Methods for Manufacturing Semiconductors 12: John E. Ettlie and Peter Swan: U.S.-Japanese Manufacturing Joint Ventures and Equity Relationships IV. Technology Deployment and Organizational Learning 13: John Creighton Campbell: Culture, Innovative Borrowing, and Technology Management 14: Mary Yoko Brannen: Does Culture Matter? Negotiating a Complementary Culture to Support Technological Innovation 15: Thomas Y. Choi and S. Nazli Wasti: Institutional Pressures and Organizational Learning: The Case of American-Owned Automotive-Parts Suppliers and Japanese Shop-Floor Production Methods 16: Robert E. Cole: Reflections on Organizational Learning in U.S. and Japanese Industry 17: Jeffrey K. Liker, John E. Ettlie, and Allen C. Ward: Managing Technology Systemically: Common Themes Index