Working for the Japanese: Myths and Realities - British Perceptions

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Over 100 British executives have contributed to this study of what it's really like to work for a Japanese company. Media beliefs about the Japanese in Britain suggest that they are obsessed with long-term planning and concensus decision-making, that all the bosses are Japanese, that all decisions are made in Tokyo, and that uniforms and exercises are compulsory. Dr Jones' findings question these 'myths' arguing that the Japanese have shown a remarkable adaptability to local conditions.

Working for the Japanese: Myths and Realities - British Perceptions 1991, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

ISBN-13: 9780333526132

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