... will be tied up for days reinventing the blindingly obvious on process-flow diagrams stuck on brown-papered meeting-room walls. ... You supposedly couldna#39;t be higher quality and lower cost. ... It became apparent that the Japanese did not have to increase spending to get higher quality. ... This unexpected virtuous cycle became known as the Toyota paradox. ... checkout relationship at this price level, next year theya#39;ll want a 34 The Conference Board Review September/October 2008.
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