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Lessons Flight Options Management can learn from JAL CEO

brokeflyer

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Yeah I posted somewhere about management needing to that very thing.....and i closed with undisputed.

Glad im always right.
 

GSXR600

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WOW!!! NO WORDS!!
May be FORD, GMC and CHRYSLER can learn from this as well.
 

993_Pilot

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They could learn from this, but sadly they won't.
 

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VOR, can we please give the President-elect a chance to get into office and have some time to actually do things before interjecting partisan potshots? Thanks.
 

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The Japanese have a more homogenous culture which I believe improves their synergies and philosphies in regards to industrial endeavours.


"In Japan,...there's less of a pay gap between the top and the bottom."

"We in Japan learned during the bubble economy, that businesses who pursue money first, fail. The business world has lost sight of this basic tenet of business ethics."
 

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There people all over this country, labor and management alike, that can learn something about that work ethic and company attitude.
 

Amish RakeFight

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Why the large gap in salary is truly puzzling. These guys make up the rules that advantage themselves and disadvantage the worker.

Respect for the customer and worker are imperative if you're to run a successful company.
 

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VOR, can we please give the President-elect a chance to get into office and have some time to actually do things before interjecting partisan potshots? Thanks.

No.


Had my share of Kool-Aid for a lifetime. Thanks.

(good luck with all that "HOPE" though)
 

Amish RakeFight

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*Whew*...that's a whole lot of big words...I need another cup of coffee!

Here are some concepts that were employed by Toyota in the 70's-80's which they implemented and resulted in their being one of the top car manufacturers today. A process called Lean was incorporated into thier business model and ledto drastci improvements in efficiency and quality.

Basically, the premise is that if one elimantes waste, they improve quality. This fundamental applied to the various processes found within their manufacturing has made them a stellar company in terms of producing a quality product which satisfies the customer and employee.


Lean Production:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lean_manufacturing


Toyota Production System (TPS)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Production_System



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Amish RakeFight

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One other thing, its more than just rotely implenting the business model. To make it work properly, it requires that each employee from every dept. recognize what constitutes "waste" and through cultural adherence, practice the model in a sincere fashion. This requires an intuitive understanding of how the model works and how you as an individual can help support it through your efforts.
 
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