Japanese Business, Volume 1

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Schon Beechler, Kristin Stucker
Taylor & Francis US, 1998 - Business & Economics - 672 pages
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Contents

The Japanese corporation as competitor
3
giving companies a competitive
9
Hobhouse Memorial
22
What we can learn from Japanese management
43
lessons from the Japanese
64
Why Japanese factories work
81
U S and Japanese strategies
96
Types of organizational control and their relationship to emotional
97
a comparison
289
Japanese industrial organization in comparative perspective
302
The new new product development game
321
The main bank system and corporate monitoring and control
323
Experiences credentials and compensation in the Japanese
324
a study of the Suzuki zaibatsu
326
CrossPacific internationalization of RD by U S and Japanese
337
The Japanese management theory jungle
344

The structure of corporate ownership in Japan
99
Japanese
127
production organization and regional
128
Zen and the art of management
152
International human resource policies and practices in Japanese
159
artifact?
166
case studies
177
Japan where operations really are strategic
181
Toward an economic model of the Japanese firm
195
how cultural
217
Business alliances and the strategy of the Japanese firm
222
auctions and institutional integration in
229
a blockmodel analysis
240
Innovation and learning
243
A comparison of U S and Japanese management styles and unit
255
The application of organizational learning theory to Japanese
269
a temporal review of the Japanese
270
Technology fusion and the new RD
274
parentsubsidiary
277
a Japanese approach
288
health policy
351
Employee work attitudes and management practice in the U
362
Joint ventures with Japan give away our future
378
a study of plants
379
evidence from U S Japanese
392
VOLUME IV
411
Information sharing and firm performance in Japan
414
Continuity and change in Japanese management
438
What working for a Japanese company taught me
453
Comparative study of the training careers and organization
467
computer RD in the United States
489
Industrial relations and humanware
490
The effects of decisionmaking style on openness and satisfaction
549
The making of a Japanese manager
570
a 7year followup
577
Japanese style
597
group
621
VOLUME II
639
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Schon Beechler is Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University and Director of the Columbia Senior Executive Program.
Allan Bird is Professor of International Management and head of the Global Strategy & Law Area in the College of Business at California Polytechnic State University

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