When Lean Enterprises Collide
Competing Through ConfrontationUnknown - 1995
When Lean Enterprises Collide presents a new theory of competition for manufacturers racing to create the most innovative product at the lowest prices. The author shows that the key to success in this environment is the integrative management of cost, quality, and functionality. Robin Cooper describes eight innovative and aggressive cost management techniques, including target costing and value engineering.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business School Press, 1995.
Characteristics: xv, 379 p. ; 24 cm.