2 edition of What American and Japanese managers are learning from each other. found in the catalog.
What American and Japanese managers are learning from each other.
Robert R. Rehder
Written in English
Taken from Business horizons, vol.24, no.2, 1981, pp.63-70.
|Series||Business horizons -- v.24, no.2|
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What American and Japanese Managers Are Learning From Each Other "The Japanese concept that man is the ultimate measure of value, not merely the means to the American traditional bottom line, is perhaps the true basis for both Japanese and American success in the future."Cited by: Japanese and the American are two fundamentally altered management styles from the wider outlook.
The goal of this paper giving the framework through the details conceptual investigation based on the two styles of management. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Robert R. Rehder. William Ouchi has analysed the difference between American and Japanese management systems, in his book Theory Z: How American Business Can Meet the Japanese Challenge.
And these are the differences in detail: Japan: America: 1. life-time employment system 1. American and Japanese managers think very differently regarding company loyalty.
Japanese managers tend to stay with one firm for life for moral reasons, because they believe that it is not correct to accept a position with another company.
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Japanese work culture is very different from an American office environment, from the etiquette of after-work drinks to employee-employer relations. Japanese management policies and techniques are grounded by the concept of continuous improvement (kaizen).
On the other hand, traditional American management practices are derived from the concept of optimization which grew out of the scientific management era of the early 's and developments in the operations research discipline in the 's. American vs. Japanese Management 12 Japanese management style probably holds a more important key for a successful company than the American one.
However, there are some approaches in the Japanese management that have their own flaws which could be fixed by learning and adapting some approaches from American companies. At a time when the virtues of Japanese management are being extolled everywhere, some Japanese executives are unexpectedly dissatisfied.
While Americans are hearing about the advantages of consensus management, the ringi system of decision making. However, American managers can learn from the Japanese desire to keep all relevant parties informed of their decisions.
The ringi process of circulating a document for "sign off" may not be appropriate in the U.S., but American managers should explore other ways of promoting the internal flow of information. Manga has words as well as graphics and this can be important for youths that learn best visually.
The then explains that since manga has a multi modal literacy, people are more drawn to it as content. We can find Japanese influence within American culture but we can’t find the same popularity for American comics on Japanese culture. book I’m going to show you some of the hints and tips I’ve used to get fluent in Japanese.
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Many writers on Japanese management emphasize the importance of “soft” skill, staff, style, and superordinate goal factors in managing successful organizations. It is argued here that Japanese firms face turbulent environments, making the “hard” factors of strategy, structure, and systems necessary for success.
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The study found that Japanese managers as a group have more homogeneous values than do managers in the U.S., Australia, India, or Korea [p. 42]. Japanese managers, more than American managers, have internalized organiza-tional goals concerning high productivity, organizational growth, and organiza-tional stability.
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Between anda total of 10 camps were opened, holding approximatelyJapanese Americans in California, Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and Arkansas.Keywords:Japanese company culture, Kaizen management philosophy, lean enterprise, corporate strategy,confrontation strategy, avoiding strategy, organizational learning 1 General Aspects Japanese industrial enterprises began to import American management methods and practices from the second decade of the twentieth century.
In the inter-warFile Size: KB.American managers hope that combining American business techniques with Japanese cultural philosophies will result in better management.^ This explains the keen interest American managers have exhibited in recent years toward understanding the successful Japanese style.
Specifically, they wish to know which aspects of Japanese management.