Management in Japan
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This paper examines how management in Japan is impacted by a complex set of factors that characterize and affect Japanese business practices. The paper notes that a Japanese manager sees his job as lifetime employment. It also addresses the political, legal and financial environments as well as ethical considerations of management in Japan.
From the Paper:"According to an essay published online by Communicaid Group Limited, one of the most valued principles in Japanese society today is the concept of harmony. The preservation of social harmony dates back more than ... years. In business, harmony is reflected in the avoidance of self-assertion and individualism and the preservation of good relationships despite differences in opinion. Cultural Awareness: According to an essay by Takeshi Hayashi published online by United Nations University, Japanese management is considered to be characterized by lifetime employment a seniority..."
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Management in Japan (2008, December 01) Retrieved January 30, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/management-in-japan-122507/
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