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by Kenichi Ohmae

eBook The Borderless World - Management Lessons in the New Logic of the Global Marketplace - Power and Strategy in the Interlinked Economy download ISBN: 0002158752
Author: Kenichi Ohmae
Publisher: Collins; First Edition edition (1990)
Language: English
Pages: 224
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He demonstrates how the most successful nations and companies are those that have been able to transcend their national boarders and have instead permeated into other regions in the world.

At the height of globalization, developed countries in the west were able to export their products thereby increasing their consumer base and business influences.

Published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.

Kenichi Ohmae is a strategist in heart and soul and founder of the 3C's .

Kenichi Ohmae is a strategist in heart and soul and founder of the 3C's model. He is known worldwide as Mr Strategy. Harvard Business School Press. Rise of the Region State. The. Foreign Af. 72, 78.

Past, present, and future globalizations The global politics of educational borrowing and lending. Globalization and the environment The Blackwell companion to globalization. Globalization and the resilience of the state power Readings in globalization: Key concepts and major debates. The Lexus and the olive tree.

He casts a critical, though ultimately hopeful, eye on the financial crisis in Asia and especially in his home country of Japan.

He is the author of more than 100 books. At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

One of the most obvious is, oddly enough, battery-powered products like cameras, watches, and pocket calculators.

From the May–June 1989 Issue. In Korea, students demonstrate in front of the American embassy because the government allows the United States to export cigarettes to Korea and thus threaten local farmers. One of the most obvious is, oddly enough, battery-powered products like cameras, watches, and pocket calculators. These are all part of the Japan game -that is, they come from industries dominated by Japanese electronics companies.

The 24-hour customer: New rules for winning in a time-starved, always- connected economy. The model alliance of Renault and Nissan. Human Resource Management International Digest, 13 (2), 29–32. New York: HarperBusiness. Pearce II, J. & Robinson, J. R. B. (2005). Formulation, implementation, and control of com - petitive strategy (9th e., p. 53. New York, McGraw-Hill/Irwin. Porter, M. (1996, November–December). E. (1980). Competitive strategy: Techniques for analyzing industries and competitors. New York, NY: Free Press. (1982).

The Borderless World has changed the way managers view the world and their businesses, and how they invent, marker, and compete in our new globally interlinked economy. Kenichi Ohmae's groundbreaking bestseller argues persuasively how national borders are less relevant than ever before and identifies key characteristics of top--performing nations and corporations.
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Jieylau
Kenichi Ohmae, argues that borders and nation states are becoming irrelevant and explains that a "fundamental paradigm shift has occurred that is changing the way business is being done...[and that the majority of us] are still operating under the old rules. Ohmae predicts that nation states will become obsolete as their sole job will be to facilitate a comfortable environment for global companies serving the ever more educated consumer in the Inter Linked Economy.

At the business level, most of Ohmae's reasoning seem sound, and is based on basic economic principles such as economies of scale and the bargaining power a global corporation might realize etc. What may be most controversial in his book are Ohmae's views on globalization. In most ways Ohmae's view is utopian.

Ultimately Ohmae left me unconvinced in regard to his view on the speed, the benefits, and even the best methods of dealing with the ILE/globalization.

Two other good books dealing with these topics in interesting ways are Lindblom's "The Market System", and also to some degree Huntington's "Clash of Civilizations".

Tom Anderson
Anderson Analytics, LLC
Uleran
Old insight but fundamental for current environment
Anararius
good book!
Chi
In the Borderless World, Kenichi Omahe seeks to demonstrate the insignificance of national boarders in an increasingly global world. He demonstrates how the most successful nations and companies are those that have been able to transcend their national boarders and have instead permeated into other regions in the world.

The concept of the interlinked economy is obviously now more apparent than it was in the 1990s. At the height of globalization, developed countries in the west were able to export their products thereby increasing their consumer base and business influences. It seems to me that this book was an accurate prediction of the shifting paradigms in global businesses. Today, countries are confronted with the borderless nature of business transactions. Instead of fighting this reality, those that embrace the shift are more likely to benefit in global competitiveness.

This great book will help you understand the development of globalization from the 1990s to the impact it is having on business today. You will understand how the interlinked economy works and how you can leverage this to make profits from the economy of scale as you begin to carter to a larger audience. I recommend this book to anyone who may be wondering whether they are ready to take their business global and how globalization will continue to influence global competitiveness.
Fonceiah
Great Book!, one of Ohmae's best book. Read it, and you will understand why this world would getting smaller and smaller everyday. In this globalized economy, every single nation could take an advantage from it, no matter how poor it is, because we believe everyone in this world has a spesific competencies and capabilities to increasing their own wealth quality. See how the business organizations around the world develop their competencies and capabilities and take profit from "interlinked economy", and create something called "win-win solution", something that almost impossible if we talk that in the past paradigm.