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The Resource Reimagining Japan : the quest for a future that works, edited by McKinsey & Co. ; executive editors, Clay Chandler, Heang Chhor, and Brian Salsberg

Reimagining Japan : the quest for a future that works, edited by McKinsey & Co. ; executive editors, Clay Chandler, Heang Chhor, and Brian Salsberg

Label
Reimagining Japan : the quest for a future that works
Title
Reimagining Japan
Title remainder
the quest for a future that works
Statement of responsibility
edited by McKinsey & Co. ; executive editors, Clay Chandler, Heang Chhor, and Brian Salsberg
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Reads L to R, for audience A. The next decade brings promise snd peril for Japan. The collapse of the postwar political order, dominated by the Liberal Democratic Party, has created new space for experimentation and reform at home, even as the rise of Asia's two sleeping giants, China and India, opens new markets for Japanese exports. But Japan's economy remains anemic, afficted by deflation and soaring public debts. Japan's workforce is aging and shrinking. China's rise poses both economic and diplomatic challenges for Japan. But so far, Japan's business and government leaders have been slow to acknowledge the magnitude of Japan's problems, let alone articulate sensible solutions to them. In "Re-Imagining Japan", Mckinsey & Company, the worlds top management consulting company, brings together an unprecedented collection of 50 global experts and invites them to take a fresh look at Japan's predicament as it enters 2011"--
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HC462.95
LC item number
.R45 2011
Literary form
non fiction
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1960-
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  • Chandler, Clay
  • Chhor, Heang
  • Salsberg, Brian
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  • Japan
  • Japan
  • Japan
Label
Reimagining Japan : the quest for a future that works, edited by McKinsey & Co. ; executive editors, Clay Chandler, Heang Chhor, and Brian Salsberg
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
March 11-Japan's zero hour / Yoichi Funabashi -- Summoning the next generation of leaders / Henry Tricks -- Reflating Japan / Peter Tasker -- The power of Gaman / T.R.Ried -- Keeping the lights on / Charles K. Ebinger, Kevin Massy, and Govinda Avasarala -- Japan's next transformation / Ian Buruma -- Toward a lasting recovery / Yasuchika Hasegawa -- How to drive change / Carlos Ghosn -- Beyond nuts and bolts / Masayoshi Son -- Dare to err / Tadashi Yanai -- The myth of change-resistant Japan / John W. Dower -- What happened to number one? / Ezra F. Vogel -- What went wrong and how Japan can get it right / David E. Sanger -- Demography and Japan's future / Nicholas Eberstadt -- Fade to gray / Brad Glosserman -- Asia's sleeping giant / Stephen S. Roach -- Send in the Samurai / Adam S. Posen -- Learning from the lost decades / Mohamed A.El-Erian -- Poised for prosperity / Jesper Koll -- Is Japan past its competitive prime? / Klaus Schwab -- Creative destruction in Japanese politics / Gerald L. Curtis -- What would Drucker do? / Natsumi Iwasaki -- Smaller could be beautiful / Mark Clifford -- Reforming Japan, Nordic style / Richard Katz -- Japan's globalization imperative / Gordon Orr, Brian Salsberg, and Naoyuki Iwatani -- How Shiseido went global / Shinzo Maeda -- Unlocking Sakoku / Glen S. Fukushima -- No place to belong / Yuji Genda -- The young and the hopeless / Masahiro Yamada -- Is Japan a vampire finch? / Devin Stewart -- The Nomo effect / Robert Whiting -- Management lessons from the dugout / Bobby Valentine -- Sumo wrestles with globalization / Hannah Beech -- Bend it like Nakata / Takeshi Okada -- A tale of two futures / Bill Emmott -- Is Japan a fading strategic asset for the U.S? / Michael J. Green -- Coping with China / Kenneth Lieberthal -- Forging a partnership with China / Hitoshi Tanaka -- How Japan can profit from a rising China / Victor K. Fung -- The diplomacy deficit / Paul Blustein --
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
xi, 452 p.
Isbn
9781421540863
Lccn
2011008946
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)694395289
Label
Reimagining Japan : the quest for a future that works, edited by McKinsey & Co. ; executive editors, Clay Chandler, Heang Chhor, and Brian Salsberg
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
March 11-Japan's zero hour / Yoichi Funabashi -- Summoning the next generation of leaders / Henry Tricks -- Reflating Japan / Peter Tasker -- The power of Gaman / T.R.Ried -- Keeping the lights on / Charles K. Ebinger, Kevin Massy, and Govinda Avasarala -- Japan's next transformation / Ian Buruma -- Toward a lasting recovery / Yasuchika Hasegawa -- How to drive change / Carlos Ghosn -- Beyond nuts and bolts / Masayoshi Son -- Dare to err / Tadashi Yanai -- The myth of change-resistant Japan / John W. Dower -- What happened to number one? / Ezra F. Vogel -- What went wrong and how Japan can get it right / David E. Sanger -- Demography and Japan's future / Nicholas Eberstadt -- Fade to gray / Brad Glosserman -- Asia's sleeping giant / Stephen S. Roach -- Send in the Samurai / Adam S. Posen -- Learning from the lost decades / Mohamed A.El-Erian -- Poised for prosperity / Jesper Koll -- Is Japan past its competitive prime? / Klaus Schwab -- Creative destruction in Japanese politics / Gerald L. Curtis -- What would Drucker do? / Natsumi Iwasaki -- Smaller could be beautiful / Mark Clifford -- Reforming Japan, Nordic style / Richard Katz -- Japan's globalization imperative / Gordon Orr, Brian Salsberg, and Naoyuki Iwatani -- How Shiseido went global / Shinzo Maeda -- Unlocking Sakoku / Glen S. Fukushima -- No place to belong / Yuji Genda -- The young and the hopeless / Masahiro Yamada -- Is Japan a vampire finch? / Devin Stewart -- The Nomo effect / Robert Whiting -- Management lessons from the dugout / Bobby Valentine -- Sumo wrestles with globalization / Hannah Beech -- Bend it like Nakata / Takeshi Okada -- A tale of two futures / Bill Emmott -- Is Japan a fading strategic asset for the U.S? / Michael J. Green -- Coping with China / Kenneth Lieberthal -- Forging a partnership with China / Hitoshi Tanaka -- How Japan can profit from a rising China / Victor K. Fung -- The diplomacy deficit / Paul Blustein --
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed
Extent
xi, 452 p.
Isbn
9781421540863
Lccn
2011008946
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)694395289

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