Tatemae and Honne: Distinguishing Between Good Form and Real Intention in Japanese Business Culture

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Free Press, 1988 - Social Science - 182 pages
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Here is the clearest window on Japanese business values and real-world practices with an alphabetically arranged glossary of the most common and essential Japanese business terms that give the American manager an idiomatic way to understand what is being thought, implied and offered.

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