TITLE

How the United States Can Be Number One Again: Resurrecting the Industrial Policy Debate

AUTHOR(S)
Dickson, Peter R.; Czinkota, Michael R.
PUB. DATE
September 1996
SOURCE
Columbia Journal of World Business;Fall96, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p76
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The process learning paradigm that underlies the total quality and continuous improvement movements is used to evaluate the policy recommendations of three of the nation's most influential thinkers on national competitiveness: Peter Drucker, Michael Porter and Robert Reich. A policy premised on �progressive knowledge� is proposed that uses several integrated programs to promote the market for design and manufacturing process research and training. The future of the United States depends on the ability of its economic enterprises to lead the world in their organizational learning capabilities. Organization learning is the nation's real bridge to the 21st Century.
ACCESSION #
9702171189

 

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