Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
4Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Revitalising corporate Japan: A Prescription for growth

Revitalising corporate Japan: A Prescription for growth

Ratings: (0)|Views: 31|Likes:
Published by PwC
Corporate leaders need to champion organisational transformation to succeed in today’s complex international environment.

Japan was the trailblazer for today’s emerging economies, as the first non-Western nation to become a modern economic power. Its meteoric rise from postwar poverty and landmark achievement in establishing “Made in Japan” as the global catchphrase for quality set the benchmark in economic development.

Today, Japan is also the pacesetter for the advanced economies, the first to face challenges looming in everyone’s future: the ageing of society and the imperative to transform mature economies to meet the demands of an increasingly complex global business environment. How Japan fares will hold lessons for us all — which is why PwC believes the world needs a deeper understanding of Japan’s current situation.

We saw an opportunity to focus the unparalleled expertise of the PwC global network on the issues facing Japan and Japanese corporations. A PwC team sat down with 60 senior business and political leaders, academics and specialists for extensive discussions, and to learn what changes they’re making in their own organisations in response to current challenges.

We hope our analysis will contribute to today’s debate on the future course of Japan and its leading firms. Our aim — pursued with great respect and affection — is to enrich the dialogue between Japan’s business leaders and their stakeholders.

Learn more. http://pwc.to/Ou0jMm
Corporate leaders need to champion organisational transformation to succeed in today’s complex international environment.

Japan was the trailblazer for today’s emerging economies, as the first non-Western nation to become a modern economic power. Its meteoric rise from postwar poverty and landmark achievement in establishing “Made in Japan” as the global catchphrase for quality set the benchmark in economic development.

Today, Japan is also the pacesetter for the advanced economies, the first to face challenges looming in everyone’s future: the ageing of society and the imperative to transform mature economies to meet the demands of an increasingly complex global business environment. How Japan fares will hold lessons for us all — which is why PwC believes the world needs a deeper understanding of Japan’s current situation.

We saw an opportunity to focus the unparalleled expertise of the PwC global network on the issues facing Japan and Japanese corporations. A PwC team sat down with 60 senior business and political leaders, academics and specialists for extensive discussions, and to learn what changes they’re making in their own organisations in response to current challenges.

We hope our analysis will contribute to today’s debate on the future course of Japan and its leading firms. Our aim — pursued with great respect and affection — is to enrich the dialogue between Japan’s business leaders and their stakeholders.

Learn more. http://pwc.to/Ou0jMm

More info:

Categories:Types, Business/Law
Published by: PwC on Sep 13, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

03/19/2015

pdf

text

original

 
Corporate leaders need to championorganisational transformation to succeed intoday’s complex international environment.
 Revitalising corporate Japan
 
 A prescription for growth
 
162
 Reality 2: Increasing businesscomplexity 
29
Operating in aG-Zero world
31
Complexity’s newdemands: Q&A withHarvard Law School’sDavid Kennedy 
34
 Acquisitions in an eraof complexity 
36
Business implications
 Reality 1:The arrival of Asia
19
Maintaining leadershipin high-value nichemarkets
22
Myanmar
23
The rise of collaborationin Asia
24
Business implications
02
  Message from our chairman
03
 Transformation towards tomorrow
04
  Executive summary 
11
  Introduction
Table of contents
 
3950
 Reality 3: New modelsof innovation
 43
Inside high: Mazda’sSeita Kanai on innovationand branding strategies
 44
Seeking solutions:Incubating new businessesin mature companies
 47 
Innovation in action:Q&A with Twitter Japan’sJames Kondo
 48
Business implications
 Reality 4: Ageing economicmetabolism
60
Business implications
62
 
 A fnal word
66
  List of interviews
69
 Contributors
 pwc.com/jp/ja/japan-service/revitalising-corporate-japan pwc.com/gx/revitalising-corporate-japan

Activity (4)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 thousand reads
1 hundred reads
Myunghee Lee liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->