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The Road to Nissan: Flexibility, Quality, Teamwork Hardcover – Aug 1988

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'Wickens explodes a few myths about Japanese style of management while at the same time vigorously challenging much recent Western Management thinking. The book provides fascinating, hard-hitting and even crusading material about the good, the bad and the ugly in British company boardrooms. It will raise quite a few eyebrows.' - Northern Echo 'an insight well worth sharing.' - The Journal '...a book of practical value. As such it deserves the close attention of anyone seriously concerned with how manufacturing companies in Britain can be run.' - M. Trevor, Times Higher Education Supplement 'Neither Harvey-Jones nor Wickens offer any quick fixes. They are infinitely more worth reading for that.' - G. Golzen, Sunday Times --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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He was an Honorary Professor at Kingston University Business School. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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