Teamwork: Tools, Techniques & Troubles

Piszczalski, Martin
February 2000
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Feb2000, Vol. 112 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses the importance of team work in the automotive industry in the United States. Relationship between original equipment manufacturers and their suppliers; Impact of Internet technologies to the industry.


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