Prophets in the Dark: How Xerox Reinvented Itself and Beat Back the Japanese
In 1982, David Kearns became CEO of Xerox and learned shortly afterward that if something radical wasn't done, this legendary company--pioneer of the single most successful commercial product in history--might simply disappear. Here is the dramatic story of how Xerox revolutionized its internal structure, saving it from extinction. Photographs.
A New Vista
The Unwanted Product
Xerox Grows Up
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