Gung ho

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UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO
FACULTAD DE COTADURÍA Y ADMINISTRACIÓN




(Gung Ho!)= A la carga (Pelicula)
Flores Lozano Carlos Alberto
MATERIA: RECURSOS HUMANOS 2
Grupo: 1364

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO
FACULTAD DE COTADURÍA YADMINISTRACIÓN




(Gung Ho!) = A la carga (Libro)
Flores Lozano Carlos Alberto
MATERIA: RECURSOS HUMANOS 2
Grupo 1364

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Directedby | Ron Howard |
Produced by | Deborah Blum |
Written by | Edwin Blum
Lowell Ganz
Babaloo Mandel |
Starring | Michael Keaton
Gedde Watanabe
George Wendt
Mimi Rogers
John Turturro
Clint HowardMichelle Johnson |
Music by | Thomas Newman |
Cinematography | Donald Peterman |
Editing by | Daniel P. Hanley
Mike Hill |
Distributed by | Paramount Pictures |
Release date(s) | March 14, 1986 |Running time | 112 min |
Country |  United States |
Language | English |
Gung Ho is a 1986 Ron Howard comedy film, released by Paramount Pictures, and starring Michael Keaton and Gedde Watanabe. Thefilm's story portrayed the takeover of an American car plant by a Japanese corporation (although the title of the film is actually an Americanized Chinese expression, for "work" and "together"). Thefilm was rated PG-13 in the US and certified 15 in the UK
When a Japanese automaker takes over a failed American auto plant, differences between American and Japanese work ethics threaten to close theplant.
The local auto plant in Hadleyville, Pennsylvania, which supplied most of the town's jobs, has been closed for nine months. Former foreman Hunt Stevenson (Michael Keaton) goes to Tokyo to tryto convince the Assan Motors Corporation to reopen the plant. The Japanese company agrees, and upon their arrival in the U.S., they take advantage of the desperate work force to institute many...
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