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Author Ishikawa, Akira, 1934-

Title The Kyoto model [electronic resource] : the challenge of Japanese management strategy meeting global standards / Akira Ishikawa and Koji Tanaka.

Published Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific Pub. Co., c2005.

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Physical description xv, 120 p. : ill.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-117) and index.
Contents ch. 1. The Kyoto Model : Kyoto high-tech companies' management systems -- ch. 2. Why were the high-tech companies counded in Kyoto? - naturally or accidentally? -- ch. 3. Real faces of Kyoto high-tech companies : history of growth since foundation -- ch. 4. Corporate philosophies emphasized in management -- ch. 5. Unique organizational management -- ch. 6. R&D and production control, cost control and personnel management systems -- ch. 7. Positive social contributions -- ch. 8. Conclusion.
Summary This fascinating book focuses on Kyoto high-tech companies that have captured leading market share with globally preeminent technologies and yet have been able to maintain their robust profitability even under Japan's current prolonged recession. The book aims to uncover the secrets of success behind such companies as Kyocera Corp., Omron Corp., Murata Manufacturing Co., Rohm Co. and Horiba Ltd. and their management systems, generally termed 'the Kyoto Model'. The unique features of the model are detailed : the history and founding of these high-tech companies, their management attitude giving priority to corporate philosophies, their organizational management, the emphasis they put on R&D management and production technologies, their personnel management, and finally, their philanthropic activities. The Kyoto Model, with its high technology-oriented management system, is a useful case study and tool for Japan's R&D ventures.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Co., 2005. System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions.
Other author Tanaka, K寪i, 1967-
World Scientific (Firm)
Subject High technology industries -- Japan -- Kyoto -- Management.
Industrial management -- Japan -- Kyoto.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9789812775184 (electronic bk.)
9812563296 (pbk.)
9789812563293