5 edition of Japanese management in historical perspective found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||the International Conference on Business History, 15 ; edited by Tsunehiko Yui, Keiichiro Nakagawa.|
|Contributions||Yui, Tsunehiko, 1931-, Nakagawa, Keiichiro, 1920-|
|LC Classifications||HD70.J3 I56 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|ISBN 10||4130470353, 086008437X|
|LC Control Number||89183603|
Through Rodrigues we are introduced to the depths of Japan and its people in a provocative, highly informative and, at times, brutal account of Japanese 17 th century history. This is also a rare case, with a Japanese author writing about his own country from the perspective of a foreigner. The result is an absolute classic. Autumn Bridge (). study of Japanese management became a hot topic because it was considered the key to companies achieving high quality production thus maintaining customer satisfaction and loyalty. Participatory management, consensual decision making, quality circles and lifetime employment are a few of the topics addressed in connection with Japanese management.
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In the past few years, many “experts” on Japanese management have isolated distinctive practices that seemingly account for Japan’s remarkable economic success. The often-unstated. of the Japan Cost Society in , the official name was made “target cost management” on the grounds that “target costing” was too vague and did not convey the true meaning of “genka kikaku.” Japanese Target Costing: A Historical Perspective Patrick Feil, Keun-Hyo Yook, Il-Woon Kim Patrick Feil is a member of the executive board ofFile Size: KB.
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In the past, Japan was seen by Europeans Japanese management in historical perspective book a geographically remote country, somewhere in the ‘Tar East’. By the same token, Japanese people had little awareness of most European countries—France, Cited by: 5. The book also deals with historical features of Japanese management accounting and looks at cultural and institutional factors that have influenced the theory and practice of Japanese management accounting in various contexts, such as private enterprises and academic societies.
Black and white process diagrams are : Hiroshi Okano. Parissa Haghirian has studied Japan from an anthropological and business perspective for the last 20 years. She holds a degree in Japanese Anthropology (Master, University of Vienna, Austria), a degree in International Management (Master, Vienna University of Economics and BA, Vienna, Austria) and a PhD in International Management (Vienna University of Economics and BA, Vienna, Austria).Cited by: Book Description.
This book provides a new understanding of the constellations of logics in Japanese management practices in Asia and the West. Through comparative ethnographic case studies in a Japanese multinational corporation (MNC), the book explores the cultural meanings of family, corporation, market and religion logics at each subsidiary’s site in Thailand, Taiwan, Belgium and the.
Understanding Japanese Management Practices describes Japan as a place for business and discusses the management practices that made Japan famous throughout the business world.
It explains the social con-cepts on which Japanese management is based and its most famous busi-ness practices. The book covers the major management practices known. Books shelved as japanese-management: 34 วิธีพักผ่อนของคน PRODUCTIVE by Katsuyuki Ikemoto, ริเน็น สร้างธุรกิจ ปี ด้วยหลักคิดแบบญี่ปุ่น by กฤตินี พงษ์.
After examining the evolution of Japanese management accounting, from the mid–nineteenth century to the yearthis chapter addresses the aforementioned questions from historical perspectives.
Course Objectives The purpose of this course is to analyze the mechanisms of Japanese management, understand the effects of environmental changes, and consider how Japanese management should evolve in the future.
Students will learn to look at management from historical and cultural perspectives. Intended Students This course is targeted toward students who want to take [ ].
Japanese management practices, together with labour management practices which are well known and documented, are two of the basic elements of Japanese industrial enterprises.
Looking at Japanese enterprises from a historical perspective, one can make the following observations that will point out the contrasts with what are generally considered to be the characteristic features ofFile Size: KB. Abstract. Japan’s exceptional economic success and the shaping of the Japanese management system are yet to be conclusively explained.
Apart from a good number of “contributory influences” one crucial factor is Japanese culture, in particular the inclination of the Japanese to act by: 3. 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. Introduction. This chapter examines Japanese management accounting from three different historical perspectives.
Firstly, in this section, we briefly look at the history of interests in Japanese management accounting in English-language literature, both academic and by: Japanese management in historical perspective: proceedings of the Fuji Conference Author: 由井, 常彦() 中川, 敬一郎() ; ; Tsunehiko Yui ; Keiichirō Nakagawa.
Japanese Management: 50 Years of Evolution of the Concept Abstract This paper presents the debate about Japanese management in a chronological order and puts forward a new definition of the concept.
As a result of reviewing the literature, we distinguished four major periods of the debate: the birth of Japanese management concept. This book provides a new understanding of the constellations of logics in Japanese management practices in Asia and the West.
Through comparative ethnographic case studies in a Japanese multinational corporation (MNC), the book explores the cultural meanings of family, corporation, market and religion logics at each subsidiary’s site in Thailand, Taiwan, Belgium and the Author: Hitoshi Iwashita.
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 8.
History of management 59 The history of management: a global perspective Wolfgang Pindur and Sandra E. Rogers College of Business and Public Administration, Norfolk, Virginia, USA and Pan Suk Kim Department of Public Administration, University of Inchon, Inchon, South Korea Introduction One of the keys to successful management is the ability to.
Japanese management that distinguish it from western management. The starting premise is certain, namely, in terms of style the Japanese management distinguishes itself from the western one and, consequently, it will be studied in a special manner, from and independent perspective.
Some have found that Japanese management may resemble certain. An American scholar who recently proposed writing a book about leadership in Japan was told by his colleagues, “A book. You’ll be lucky to find enough material to write a chapter, or more.
Basic Principles of Japanese Management.As a result, many scholars compared the Japanese management system with the American and European systems (Buckley and MirzaOuchiPascale and AthosLincoln ). In his popular book, Theory Z, Ouchi () contrasts the principal characteristics of American and Japanese management.