If Japan can-- why can't we? [videorecording] / NBC Television.
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WRLC Shared Collections Facility (Restricted Use)
NBC white paper (Television program)
National Broadcasting Company, inc.
Industrial management -- Case studies.
Industrial productivity -- Japan.
Industrial productivity -- United States.
Industries -- Japan -- 1970-
Industries -- United States -- 1969-
1 videocassette (77 min) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Videocassette release of a program originally shown June 24, 1980, on the television program: NBC white paper.
VHS copy made from archived U-matic (3 /4") original.
Presents factors illustrating why U.S. productivity is not increasing while Japan's is the fastest growing worldwide. Discusses business methods, legislative and regulatory factors, consultant exchanges, and economic factors. Shows that high reinvestment, worker input and support, and a self-monitored quality control system are factors that have contributed to Japan's success. Points out that American industry can benefit from examining these factors and implementing some of the methods to increase productivity.
Producers, Reuven Frank, Clare Crawford-Mason, Ray Lockhart ; director, Ray Lockhart ; writers, Lloyd Dobyns, Reuven Frank.
Narrator, Lloyd Dobyns.
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