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Hout, Competing Against Time (New York: The Free Press, 1990). 5. " 6. Michael E. Porter, The Competitive Advantages of Nations (New York: The Free Press, 1990). 7. Bill Javetski and John Templeman, "One Germany: The Whole Eu­ ropean Equation Has Changed," Business Week (April 2, 1990): 47-49. 8. William Matheson, "Japan: World's Leading Investor," Wall Street Journal (July 26, 1990): A12. 9. Business Week, "The Global 1000—The Leaders" (July 16, 1990): 112. 10. E. S. Browning, "Europe Still Finding Resistance to Efforts to Enter West German Market," Wall Street Journal (July 24, 1990): A8.

A relative unknown, was paying six times earnings and had expanded to 915 screens in 175 mar­ kets. Their secrets of success in turning box office returns into operating profits consisted of (1) sticking to small cities where competition was minimal, thus avoiding bidding wars for new releases and enjoying lower construction costs, and (2) comput­ erizing ticket and concession-stand sales and linking them elec­ tronically to the corporate headquarters. Surprisingly, the latter feature had not been implemented by the giants in the industry.

It is a result of the previous three attributes rather than a management practice. Formalization Formalization as used here refers to specific management practices re­ lated to logistics. Formalization is represented by the presence of written rules, plans, goals, and procedures. These descriptors offer insight into the extent to which logistics is treated as a fundamental or core process within a firm. Logistics: 1990s Style Formalization is a strategy of control. It provides a structure for directing logistics operations.

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