Since we were talking about “lean software” yesterday…. I’m not an expert on Toyota history so I can’t validate every assumption made in this article. If you can, please click “Comments” below and let us know what you think.
“It may seem like we are comparing apples and oranges but a comparison between the evolution of the Japanese automobile industry between 1960 and 1985 and the growth of the Indian IT industry, starting 1995, throws up some striking similarities. And one day perhaps Indian IT firms will get there.
James Abraham, director of the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), agrees. “There’s no reason not to believe that the Indian IT industry could have as significant an impact on the global IT industry as the Japanese have had on the automotive industry.””
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