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Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c42277) has announced the addition of "Japan's Emerging Energy Efficiency Technologies" from "Success Stories: Japan" to their offering.
Many observers of the global energy markets still have not woken up to the fact that Japan's industrial companies are bringing significant technology developments in energy efficiency to the market. Funding for these initiatives has increasingly migrated from government-funded projects to the private sector in recent years. Every day brings news, and hints, of innovations of rising significance. Success Stories Japan discusses energy efficiency in Japan and some of the relatively unknown companies you will increasingly be hearing about.
New Specialist Research Looks at Emerging Energy Efficiency Technologies in Japan
JAPAN & DUBLIN, IRELAND | Posted on February 7th, 2007
Companies and topics mentioned and discussed in the special report include:
Cambridge Energy Research, Dresser Japan, electricity deregulation, Kimmon, Tokyo Gas, nuclear power, energy security, TEPCO, utilities, dengen kaihatsu sokushinzei, fuel cells, NEDO, biomass energy, photovoltaic energy, hydrogen technology, energy conservation, low-emission vehicles, global warming prevention technologies, materials technology, nanotechnology, carbon dioxide reduction, chlorofluorocarbons, carbon nanotube field emission display, next-generation FTTH, inkjet circuit substrates, nanoglass, Murata Manufacturing, Enax, Daiken Kagaku, First American Scientific, Mihama Inc., Startech Environmental, JGC, Arkenol, BNRI, Mitsui, lithium ion batteries, TDK, Densei-Lambda, Kyocera, Osaka Gas, ceramics materials, solid-oxide fuel cells, co-generation systems, Kubota, Ebara, Sumitomo Heavy, Kawasaki Heavy, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy, bio-gas, wastewater, Nippon Chemi-Con, Nichicon, NEC Tokin, Yanmar, Shinko Zoki, Mitsubishi Heavy, and JP Steel Plantech.
Included in this research is specialist advice on "The Importance of Establishing a Hybrid Culture in Cross-Border M&A."
Can't we all agree by now that as many cross-border mergers fail for soft reasons like poor communication and poor cultural integration as for financial and operational reasons? Our specialist contributor this month, an expert in Japan cross-cultural communications and culture building, explains why creating a hybrid culture in the acquired entity is actually the best way to ensure that the best practices of both acquiror and target are maintained and cultivated. Executives focused on, or considering, in-out or out-in cross-border transactions with a Japanese partner would do well to read this compelling piece.
Management Secrets in Medical Devices: The Medtronic Japan Story
Medtronic Japan has a lot to be proud of in Japan. It's a leader in cardiovascular stents as well as pacemakers and defibrillators. But according to Medtronic's top Japan executive, there are some particular operational tasks it focuses on in Japan, that have proven to be especially critical to maintaining its reputation with regulators as well as its hundreds of dealers and distributors. To gain and maintain share against the likes of Johnson & Johnson, Boston Scientific, St. Jude Medical and others, and maintain quality in generation after generation of new products, it might behoove medical industry executives in Japan to read and follow the management secrets of this market leader.
Other key topics covered include:
- Japan Insight: Get the Scoop
- Is Softbank Stupid, or Just Getting Sloppy?: An Examination of What's Behind Some Very Stupid Recent Moves in Financing, Gaming and Korea; Etc.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c42277
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