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Managerial style. The Japanese term "hourensou" (also rendered as "Ho-Ren-So") refers to frequent reporting, touching base and discussing – important attributes that are said to characterize collaboration and information flow within effective Japanese corporate ' stands for 'Houkoku', the Japanese word for 'reporting'. 'Ren' comes from 'Renraku', the word for 'informing'. Japanese-Style Management: An Insider's Analysis by Keitaro Hasegawa. Kodansha USA Inc. Hardcover. VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or .
As a result, many scholars compared the Japanese management system with the American and European systems (Buckley and Mirza , Ouchi , Pascale and Athos , Lincoln ). In his popular book, Theory Z, Ouchi () contrasts the principal characteristics of American and Japanese management. ADVERTISEMENTS: Eleven most important features of Japanese management are: (i) life time employment (shusliinkoyo) (ii) discrimination (iii) recruitment (iv) seniority wage principle (v) training (vi) enterprise unionism (vii) single status (viii) employee involvement (ix) core and peripheral workers (x) employee welfare and (xi) internal labour market.
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It was the development of these original management methods that allowed Japan to become the first fully industrialized non-Western society. The classic Japanese phrase wakon yosai (Japanese spirit; Western learning) captures something of the nature of the management approach that has made for Japan’s industrial : James C.
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book, Understanding Japanese Management Practices, gives you and other internation-al managers an in-depth look at Japanese management practices and how these can be implemented into Western corporations. It examines the cultural founda-tions of Japanese management and explains the most famous Japanese business.
This book, based on extensive original research, considers both the opportunities and problems of the transfer of Japanese management practices to other areas in East Asia. It remains one of the few books of its kind, as other books on Japanese management.
Hybrid Factories in the United States elucidates the real advantages and weaknesses of the Japanese-style management and production system (JMPS) in the United States and elsewhere in the globalized economy.
To assess the success of the "hybridization" dynamics of JMPS abroad, the editor and authors developed their own "hybrid-analysis" model, which has been used successfully around and globe for Cited by: 2.
This book, based on extensive original research, considers both the opportunities and problems of the transfer of Japanese management practices to other areas in East Asia. It remains one of the few books of its kind, as other books on Japanese management have concentrated on its transferability to the by: Japanese-Style Management | The recent financial and corporate governance scandal that engulfed Olympus, one of Japan's best-known companies, together with Japan's stagnant economy of the past twenty years and its demotion from being the world's second-largest economy, has raised questions about the style of management within Japanese organizations.
This chapter provides an overview of the book, Management Education in Japan. The book investigates, theoretically and empirically, the issues such as: (1) whether the Master of Business Administration (MBA) education programs offered by the business schools at the universities of Japan, which have emerged against the backdrop of the heightened interest in a professional orientation to business, are useful from the point of human resources development in Japanese.
Japanese-style management: an insider's analysis. [Keitarō Hasegawa] -- Analyzes the special features of Japanese management methods-equality between blue-collar and white-collar workers, the impact of unions, and the life-time employment system.
Through the details researching work of Japanese and American Management core strategies at unconventional approach. Japanese and the American are two fundamentally altered management.
Management books -- even those by Mr. Ohmae -- only reinforced these myths. Yet by the mid's, all those books on the secrets of Japanese management were yellowing in the remainder bins and Mr. Ohmae was becoming better known as a critic of Japan rather than an apologist for it.
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The Japanese style of management can be un derstood better by comparing it with the Western or traditional style. (Western) Traditional style Japanese Style lism 1. Companyism * Maximization Profit * Increasing value-added * Growing company * Growing with company 2.
Shareholders' satisfaction 2. Customers' satisfaction 3.taining parts of the traditional management system. JEL Classification:M12,M51 Keywords:Personnel management, Japanese-style management, Lifetime employment,Seniority,Enterprise unions 1.
Introduction In order to work in Japan or do business with Japanese companies, it is important to have an understanding of Japanese management practices. Dur-Cited by: 8. Theory Z as an Approach to Management • Humanistic approach to management • Hybrid management approach combining Japanese management philosophies with U.S.
culture. • Places a large amount of freedom and trust with workers • Assumes that workers have strong loyalty in both teamwork and the organization.