British Airways in Japan Essay by Ace writers

British Airways in Japan
An examination of the impact of the structural organization of British Airways on the opening of a hub in Japan.
# 47299 | 1,928 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Feb 03, 2004 in Business (Companies) , Business (International) , Asian Studies (General)

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This paper presents an examination of British Airways and its corporate governance. The writer explores the corporate policies and mandates of the airline, as well as discussing how corporate governance can be translated to work for British Airways in the nation of Japan. It shows how, as the world continues to globalize, and airlines continue to suffer from economic woes, it has become vitally important for airlines to have solid corporate support behind the decisions the company makes. It looks at how, in looking to expand, the airline might consider opening its doors in Japan. It shows that, while Japan is a nation with different traditions and cultures than those in Britain, there are many of British Airline?s corporate practices that would dovetail perfectly with that nation.

From the Paper:

"The second aspect of corporate responsibility for the airline is managing the responsibility that it has bestowed upon itself. This means not passing the buck to those who are not involved, and not trying to blame others for things that go wrong. This is also another important aspect of allowing the airline to move into Japan as the country can rest assured that the company will accept responsibility for its actions and be accessible for communication if problems developed.
The very idea that the company names managing responsibilities as one of their important corporate policies means that it is a foundational portion of the way the company is set up to be run."

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