A study of the failure of Panasonic fs plasma TV business
This study finds out one of the explanations about the failure of high technology business from the case analysis of Panasonic fs plasma TV business. By the in-depth historical survey of secondary information sources, this study shows that "authority of Kunio Nakamura", "idolization of Kunio Nakamura and plasma TV", and "persistence in a successful logic" disturbed the strategic change of Panasonic. Then this study concludes that a serious decrease in sensing ability by those three would be one of the major factors of the failure in high technology business.
|Date of creation:||Jan 2014|
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