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Auto making is one of the world’s most important manufacturing industries – but for how much longer? Learn about traditional American brands, Japanese management methods, alternative fuel engines and the future prospects for an industry that runs on oil.

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The Toyota Way
Book
 

Jeffrey K. Liker

McGraw-Hill, 2003

(8)

Industries in 2014
Report

The Economist Intelligence Unit

EIU, 1/2014

(8)

The Biggest Game of All
Book

Leslie Cauley and Leo Hindery, Jr.

Free Press, 2003

(8)

Driven
Book
 

David Kiley

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004

(9)

The Lean Machine
Book
 

Dantar P. Oosterwal

AMACOM, 2010

(8)

Billy, Alfred, and General Motors
Book
 

William Pelfrey

AMACOM, 2006

(8)

Wheels for the World
Book
 

Douglas Brinkley

Penguin, 2004

(9)

Beijing Jeep
Book
 

Jim Mann

Westview Press, 1997

(9)

Enduring Passion
Book

Leslie Butterfield

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2005

(7)

Extreme Toyota
Book
 

Emi Osono et al.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008

(7)

The Elegant Solution
Book
 

Matthew May

Free Press, 2006

(9)

Guts
Book
 

Robert A. Lutz

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998

(10)

The Leadership Genius of Alfred P. Sloan
Book

Allyn Freeman

McGraw-Hill, 2005

(8)

The People's Tycoon
Book
 

Steven Watts

Knopf, 2005

(9)

Bottled Lightning
Book
 

Seth Fletcher

Hill and Wang, 2011

(7)

The End of Detroit
Book

Micheline Maynard

Doubleday Broadway, 2003

(8)

The Ghosn Factor
Book
 

Miguel Rivas-Micoud

McGraw-Hill, 2006

(6)

Chrysler
Book
 

Vincent Curcio

Oxford UP, 2000

(8)

Why GM Matters
Book

William Holstein

Walker & Company, 2009

(7)

Henry and Edsel
Book

Richard Bak

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003

(6)

The Toyota Product Development System
Book

James M. Morgan and Jeffrey K. Liker

Productivity Press, 2006

(7)

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