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The Z Organization
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achieve Alan Wilkins American companies approach asked bank behavior bureaucratic career collectivism commitment company’s complete conﬂict cooperation coordination corporate culture customers decision develop division economic Edgar Schein egalitarian employees engineers evaluation and promotion example executives feel goals growth Hewlett-Packard ideas implementing Theory important incentives individual industry inﬂuence integrated Intel intimacy involved Japan Japanese companies Japanese firms leader levels lifetime employment long run major firms Management by Objectives managerial ment objectives ofthe operating organizational participative participative decision percent performance perhaps person personnel problems Procter & Gamble productivity profits Q-C Circle reﬂect relationship responsibility result sense share skills social statement of philosophy subordinates subtlety success task Theory tion top managers trust Type Z companies Type Z organization typically underlying understand union unique United values wholistic workers young