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by M. Yamada

Author: M. Yamada
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1998 edition (March 18, 1998)
Pages: 321 pages
Category: Perfomance
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Japan's Top Management from the Inside. Series: Studies in the Modern Japanese Economy.

Japan's Top Management from the Inside.

Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual .

Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has soft covers. With usual stamps and markings, In good all round condition. Sold by anybookltduk. Condition: Used: Good. Paperback: 354 pages. in Books Textbooks Business & Finance Economics Macroeconomics. in Books Business & Money Management & Leadership Strategy & Competition. Japanese Corporate Finance and International Competition.

Current Japanese management practice is placed in the context of the business relations developed to rebuild the . Japan's Top Management from Inside (Studies on the Modern Japanese Economy). 0333660447 (ISBN13: 9780333660447).

Current Japanese management practice is placed in the context of the business relations developed to rebuild the shattered economy after World War Two, and the monumental changes which took place after the crash of the bubble economy in 1992. New scenarios for Japan's future are discussed and examined.

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Keywords Management history, Japanese management, Japan, Modern history, Management theory

Keywords Management history, Japanese management, Japan, Modern history, Management theory. 1. Introduction: purpose and importance. It is stated that loyalty remains valued extremely by managers in Japan and is essential in the Japanese way of life due to that fact that winning have an impact on of Confucian philosophy (Vaszkun & Tsutsui, 2012). However, it is also apparent from the data that the employee loyalty will decline in alignment with lifetime employment and the youth generations in Japan will continue to demand price flexibility and numerous.

The economy of Japan is a highly developed free-market economy. It is the third-largest in the world by nominal GDP and the fourth-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). and is the world's second largest developed economy

The economy of Japan is a highly developed free-market economy. and is the world's second largest developed economy. Due to a volatile currency exchange rate, Japan's GDP as measured in dollars fluctuates sharply

Learning from the Japanese Economy. Japan's oligarchs quickly decided to build both a strong economy and a strong military.

Learning from the Japanese Economy.

Studies in the Modern Japanese Economy. This volume explains the salient features of the Japanese labour market. Japan's Top Management from the Inside. By (author) Carl Mosk. The key idea in this book is integrated segmentation. Emphasis is upon segmentation: on the demand side, within the educational system and, on supply side, monitoring costs which underlie labour contracts. Using long run official government statistical evidence, it is argued that what is peculiar to Japan is the integration of segmented labour markets.

Let us consider the experience of Japan . What stands out in Japanese history, as well as in today’s Japanese management behavior, is the capacity for making 180-degree turns-that is, for reaching radical and highly controversial decisions. Now top management refers the decision to what the Japanese call the appropriate people. Determination of who these people are is a top management decision. Even in the modern industries there is a slowly shrinking, but substantial (perhaps 20%), body of employees who, by unilateral management decision, are considered temporary and remain in that category for many years.

A challenge to superficial and mistaken assumptions about Japan's top management among foreign businessmen, such as Japanese management's supposed long-term outlook, slow decision-making, and strong desire for new technologies. The hard facts to destroy these myths is provided, based on interviews with managers in 100 top Japanese firms. Current Japanese management practice is placed in the context of the business relations developed to rebuild the shattered economy after World War Two, and the monumental changes which took place after the crash of the bubble economy in 1992. New scenarios for Japan's future are discussed and examined.