La Máquina que cambio el mundo / J.P. Womack, D.T. Jones, D. Roos ; tr. por: Francisco Ortíz Chaparro.

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Traducción de: The Machine that changed the world Este libro "está basado en el estudio sobre el futuro de la industria del automóvil del Massachusetts Institute of Technology, que duró cinco años y costó cinco millones de dólares. En él se expone quién está a la cabeza en las guerras en torno al automóvil y por qué: el salto revolucionario de Japón desde la producción en masa a la producción ajustada. Y lo que la industria de todos los lugares puede aprender de ello".
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