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Learning through manufacturing alliances

Author: Doz, Yves L. INSEAD Area: StrategyIn: Manufacturing Europe, 1991 In: Manufacturing Europe 1992, Manufacturing Europe 1992, (1991 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 47-49.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: This article argues that Western companies can use alliances with the Japanese as a means to acquire their skills and close the skill gap. The first section argues why the skill gap is difficult to close; the second explains why alliances can be a means to gaining a skill base, and the third points to some of the key aspects of how to use alliances to close a skill gap
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This article argues that Western companies can use alliances with the Japanese as a means to acquire their skills and close the skill gap. The first section argues why the skill gap is difficult to close; the second explains why alliances can be a means to gaining a skill base, and the third points to some of the key aspects of how to use alliances to close a skill gap

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