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Meanwhile, Jager had begun his push for more innovation. Given his firmly held belief that Japan’s demanding consumers and consumers and tough competitors made it an important source of leading-edge ideas, it was not surprising that more innovative ideas and initiatives from Japan began finding their way through the company. For example, an electrostatically charged cleaning cloth developed by a Japanese competitor became the genesis of P&G’s global rollout of Swiffer dry mops; rising Japanese sensitivity to hygiene and sanitation spawned worldwide application in products such as Ariel Pure Clean (“beyond whiteness, it washes away germs”); and dozens of other ideas from Japan---from a waterless car-washing cloth to a disposable stain-removing pad to a washing machine-based dry-cleaning product---were all put into P&G’s product development pipeline.

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  • betty
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    同時,賊鷗已經為更多的改革開始他的推動。 給他的堅固拿著信念哪一日本’要求消費者和消費者和強硬的競爭者的 s 使它成為一個先進想法的重要來源了,它不是令人驚訝的來自日本的比較創新的想法和率先開始發現經過公司的他們的方法。 舉例來說,被一個日本競爭者發展的靜電充滿感情的清潔布料變成了 P&G&rsquo 的發生;s Swiffer 乾拖把的全球首次展示; 對衛生保健和公共衛生的上升日本敏感在產品中產了全世界的申請是如此的當做瞪羚純粹的乾淨; (“超過白,它沖走細菌”) 而且來自日本的幾十個其他的想法---從到一個用完即可丟棄的除去污染的填補無水的洗濯汽車的布料到一種以洗衣機為基礎的乾洗產品---全部進入 P&G&rsquo 之內被放;s 產品發展管道。

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