Corporate Revitalization's 7 Iron-clad Rules: Strategy to Escape from Crisis as Learned from Success Cases
Companies that are not adapted to the global economy will deteriorate, and some companies will fall into crisis. Companies that are adapting to the global economy will also need to review their domestic structure. In other words, both domestic companies and companies that adapt to the global economy need to rebuild their management systems. This book explains the corporate revitalization and turnaround method for such situations.
The author, who is a professional at the world's largest firm specializing in corporate revitalization, thoroughly analyzes the revitalization cases of 12 companies with poor performance in Japan and the United States, and extracts the seven iron-clad rules common to all cases. The book shows a comprehensive crisis escape method that covers strategy, organization, human resources, and corporate culture, and explains how to execute it based on the author's abundant practical experience.