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Japans Rise to an Economic Superpower
From the Copycat to the Creative Innovator
A Model for Others?
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Japanese-Style Management Transferred: The Experience of East Asia
K J Fukuda
No preview available - 2010
achieve adopted American approach Asian behavior cent Chinese society co-workers comparative management concept Confucian Confucius contrast countries cross-cultural cultural values decision-making decisions developed direct investment duties and responsibilities East Asia economic effective emphasis employed employees enterprises environment explained extent external fact features of Japanese-style functions group harmony Hong Kong human resource management hygiene factors important individual individual's industrialized International interpersonal relationships Japan Japanese companies operating Japanese management Japanese subsidiaries Japanese workers Japanese-style management job rotation job satisfaction Kong and Singapore Kong or Singapore leaders leadership life-time employment system major Management Theory managerial motivating factors needs Negandhi newly-industrialized countries on-the-job training op.cit operating in Hong organization organizational organizational culture orientation overseas overseas Chinese planning power distance practices of management problems productivity promotion system relations relationships rewards seniority-based pay similar social subordinates Sun Tzu survey Table Taiwan total concern traditional transferability Type West
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Japanese Multinationals: Strategies and Management in the Global Kaisha
No preview available - 1994