A Great Day for Georgia-Pacific

A Great Day for Georgia-Pacific [the broken link was removed] by Bill Waddell

The Koch people also said that G-P would be much better off not having to deal with “the distraction of quarterly reports” and they would be able to “execute strategic decisions much faster” if they did not have to drag Wall Street along with them.

They previously had been a Honda North America supplier, but have done so well they are going to sell automatic transmission shifters to Honda world wide, including in Japan. They have been described by one lean expert as “the poster boy for the Toyota Production System”. Imagine that! A U.S. company – in Michigan, no less – supplying Honda in Japan. So much for lean not being enough and U.S. companies having to be lean and in China in order to turn a buck.
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