Triad Power: The Coming Shape of Global Competition
Argues that successful corporations of the future must become insiders in the economies of Europe, Japan, and the United States, and describes the advantages of international joint ventures.
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Forces of Change
The Accelerating Tempo of Technology
The Universal Users
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