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by Malcolm Trevor

  • Author: Malcolm Trevor
  • ISBN: 0861876385
  • ISBN13: 978-0861876389
  • ePub: 1103 kb | FB2: 1826 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Industries
  • Publisher: Thomson Learning (April 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 240
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The Japanese Management Development System: Generalists and Specialists in Japanese Companies Abroad ePub download

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Published: 1 June 1987. by SAGE Publications. in Journal of General Management. Journal of General Management, Volume 12, pp 105-108; doi:10. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit.

The Japanese Management Development System: Generalists and Specialists in Japanese Companies Abroad by. Malcolm Trevor.

What stands out in Japanese history, as well as in today’s Japanese . In practice, of course, the Japanese system is no more perfect than any other system.

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. Actually, most Japanese companies, especially the large ones, can and do lay off a larger proportion of their work force, when business falls off, than most Western companies are likely or able to do. Yet they can do so in such a fashion that the employees who need incomes the most are fully protected.

Japanese multinationals abroad: Individual and organizational learning. Lausanne: Institute for Management Development. The Japanese management system: Generalists and specialists in Japanese companies abroad. Lxmdon: Frances Pinter

Japanese multinationals abroad: Individual and organizational learning. New York: Oxford University Press. Wages of guilt: Memories of war in Germany and Japan. London: HarperCollins. The rice-paper ceiling in Japanese companies: Why it exists and persists. Lxmdon: Frances Pinter. TWICE (This Week in Consumer Electronics) (2000).

Malcolm Trevor is the author of International Business and the . More books by Malcolm Trevo. pcoming Events.

The Japanese Management Development System: Generalists and Specialists in Japanese Companies Abroad.

ring Japanese management systems to overseas subsidiaries and, if so, what are the main problems that. used in Japanese companies that are considered their. top management toward the JMS in both the Japanese. arise during the transfer process? How are Japanese manufacturers managing these problems? Semi-. competitive advantages. The techniques and deni-. tions are shown in TABLE 1. Recent Experience with Transferring Japanese Management. headquarters and the subsidiary has an impact on the. transfer process.

In Japanese companies . Many Japanese companies adhere to a mantra called ho-ren-so, according to a paper from Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan

In Japanese companies, employees must get their superiors' approval whenever they make a decision. Many Japanese companies adhere to a mantra called ho-ren-so, according to a paper from Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan. Ho-ren-so is a mnemonic device that combines the first syllables of three verbs: Houkoku (report), renraku (contact), soudan (consult). He found that American workplaces generally follow a system of "structured individualism. American manager. re capable of teamwork and corporate spirit, but they value individual freedom and their first interest is furthering their own career," he said.

The key difference between Japanese and Western management style is not one of method but of attitude and .

The key difference between Japanese and Western management style is not one of method but of attitude and philosophy. It is necessary that Western companies study and deploy various Japanese management styles because the most important reason behind successful Japanese outcome in productivity and quality is the quality of their work force. Western companies aren’t often able to compete with Japanese companies.

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