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Drucker on Asia: a dialogue between Peter Drucker and Isao Nakauchi

By: Drucker, Peter F.
Contributor(s): Nakauchi, Isao [Co-author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford Butterworth-Heinemann 1997Description: xii, 192 p.ISBN: 9780750631327.Subject(s): China - Economic policy | Economic history - 20th century | Economic forecasting | Free enterprises - ChinaDDC classification: 338.52 Summary: Drucker on Asia is a fascinating and insightful discussion between Peter F. Drucker and Isao Nakauchi on the past, present, and future of Asia as the new economic superpower." "Drucker on Asia addresses: What do these economic changes mean for an individual country and its economy? The dangers and opportunities of China - too great to be ignored; the rebirth of Japan - what Japan needs to do in order to achieve the 'third economic miracle'; and the business of change - what do these changes mean to society, the individual company, the individual professional and executive?
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Originally published in the Japanese language in 2 vols. as Chosen no toki in 1995

Table of contents

pt. 1. Times of challenge. The challenges of China
The challenges of a borderless world
The challenges of the "knowledge society"
The challenges for entrepreneurship and innovation
App.
pt. 2. Time to reinvent. Reinventing the individual
Reinventing business
Reinventing society
Reinventing government

Drucker on Asia is a fascinating and insightful discussion between Peter F. Drucker and Isao Nakauchi on the past, present, and future of Asia as the new economic superpower." "Drucker on Asia addresses: What do these economic changes mean for an individual country and its economy? The dangers and opportunities of China - too great to be ignored; the rebirth of Japan - what Japan needs to do in order to achieve the 'third economic miracle'; and the business of change - what do these changes mean to society, the individual company, the individual professional and executive?

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