• Kenichi Ohmae
  • (Co- Author Masafumi Miyamato & Kenichi Ohmae)
  • (Edited by Kenichi Ohmae & Attacker’s Business School)
  • (Co- Author: Edited by Kenichi Ohmae & Isshinjuku )

On A Mission from God: Japan's Ministry of Finance = Seiiki no owari : Okurasho no taizai [Japanese Edition]

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Robert L. Bartley Editor, "The Wall Street Journal" Ken Ohmae has stamped his brand on the idea that the information age will have a big impact not only on business but on the shape of international politics. If the cold war is over and money flows around the globe beyond the reach of governments, who, indeed, needs the nation-state? A bold statement of a provocative thesis.

Bill became a partner within two years of joining McKinsey and stayed there for almost twenty. "I never really managed marketing at McKinsey - that had to be done at the country level. But I focused on our brand and worked closely with McKinsey's thought leaders - Ken Ohmae, John Sawhill, Lowell Bryan, Fred Gluck, and Tom Peters. I had true friends there and was close to Marvin Bower, McKinsey's founder. Eventually I took over the McKinsey Quarterly, knowledge management, alumni relations, and competitive analysis, and it started to look like real work."

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Kenichi Ohmae, widely known as "Mr

Robert L. Bartley Editor, Ken Ohmae has stamped his brand on the idea that the information age will have a big impact not only on business but on the shape of international politics. If the cold war is over and money flows around the globe beyond the reach of governments, who, indeed, needs the nation-state? A bold statement of a provocative thesis.