Churchill's Horses are the great public corporations that power the U.S. economy and determine our standard of living. They do many things well, but in recent years they have become underachievers. Bogie penetrates the myths that mask both their great power and the interests it serves to show why.It used standardized parts in all its copiers so that the office-product stores would be able to repair them; Xerox had (and paid for) its own national service network. In Competitive Strategy, a book widely read by managers and managementanbsp;...
|Title||:||Churchill's Horses and the Myths of American Corporations|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1998-01-01|