Healthy culture and unhealthy culture
Globalization has become a reality in the corporate world. Enterprise competitiveness is the key to survival in the new global jungle. In order to sustain long-term success, enterprise competitiveness must be supported by a healthy corporate culture. By proposing a framework consisting of a three-layer corporate structure and a set of seven principles of enterprise competitiveness, this book makes a clear distinction between healthy and unhealthy cultures. Hideo Yamashita presents a creative addition to the theory of global competition and comparative management, and provides a new dimension for management thinkers and corporate decision-makers in examining their competitive strategies. Essential reading to companies wanting to succeed globally.
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What is Healthy Corporate Culture?
1 The 3Layer Structure of Enterprise Competitiveness
The 7 Principles of Enterprise Competitiveness
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