Making Common Sense of Japan
Common misconceptions about Japan begin with the notion that it is a “small” country (it's actually lager than Great Britain, Germany or Italy) and end with pronouncements that the Japanese think differently and have different values-they do things differently because that's the way they are.
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During the 1980s, there was a tendency to elevate the Japanese economy and managerial style to role model status in works like Richard Pascale's The Art of Japanese Management ( LJ 8/81) and William ... Read full review