Yesterday’s Education for Tomorrow's Business: Row, Row, Row the Boat

Wednesday, 29 January 1997


Global competition highlights the impact of different ways of thinking on performance. Japanese workers work differently because they have a conception of adding value that if both different from their Northern counterparts and more appropriate to contemporary needs. This thinking directly affects efforts to shape education for business.

This is a part of series of lectures, Yesterday's Education for Tomorrow’s Business.

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