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As we mentioned, the Fortune Global 500 ranking is based on revenues. While revenues are a good proxy for size and heft, they are not the only means of measuring the ranking of firms across the global landscape. 5). 2. We see a 50% decline in the number of top-ranked Japanese firms between 1995 and 2005 (the most recent data available at the time of printing). As with the Fortune rankings, the number of European firms in the UNCTAD Top 100 increased between 1995 and 2005. This trend was particularly true for British firms.

Before too many years, he’ll end up in a wheelchair. As you contemplate the impending conversation with the patient, you get understandably anxious. You know the patient is going to be upset by the news. You can anticipate that he may even become angry with you as the messenger. As a consequence, it’s tempting to avoid the conversation. However, not saying anything, ignoring the problem, or pretending that it doesn’t exist will not magically make the knee and hip regenerate. In addition, if you don’t say anything, you will deprive the patient of the opportunity to undergo the needed surgery and to make the needed changes in his lifestyle.

In the United States, the ratio was the mirror image—about 30%. Why? Because the supplier-customer relationships were completely different in the two countries. For example, in the United States, if GM wanted a new part, it would design the part, detail the specs, and put it out to bid. The lowest bidder would get the work, but the winner might change from year to year. In Japan, it happened very differently. A company like Mitsubishi would simply lay out part descriptions and desired specifications and then let a specified dedicated supplier go to all the expense and trouble of designing the part and building the part.

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