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William G. Ouchi is the Sanford and Betty Sigoloff Professor in Corporate Renewal at the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA. He is the author of three previous books on organization andmanagement, including the bestselling Theory Z, and is also former chief of staff to Mayor Richard Riordan in Los Angeles. Active in both educational and civic affairs, Dr. Ouchi is an advisor to theCalifornia State Senate Joint Committee on Preparing California for the 21st Century, a past member of the Consumer Affairs Advisory Committee of the S.E.C., and chair of the Riordan Programs, whichserve minority high school and college students in southern California.

 William Ouchi is Sanford and Betty Sigoloff Distinguished Professor of Corporate Renewal at the UCLA Anderson School ofManagement. He was born and raised in Honolulu, the son of a dentist father and a schoolteacher mother. He is a graduate of Punahou School, Williams College (B.A.), Stanford University (M.B.A.) and theUniversity of Chicago (PhD). He was a member of Central Union Church and currently serves as Moderator at Westwood Hills Congregational Church in Los Angeles. He is currently a trustee of the JapaneseAmerican National Museum, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, the Los Angeles Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools (operates 19 charter schools in inner-city Los Angeles), and the California HeartCenter Foundation. He served for eight years as pro bono consultant to the New York City Department of Education in its recent implementation of his ideas, and currently serves in a similar role for theLos Angeles Unified School District. He served as Chief of Staff to Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan and as education advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in California. He serves also on theboards of directors of two Fortune 500 companies. Among his books are Theory Z: How American Business Can Meet the Japanese Challenge (1981) – a New York Times bestseller, Making Schools Work (2003),...