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The Art and Practice of Japanese Management

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Date Added to MERLOT: August 09, 2005
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 23, 2014
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Author: John Micklethwiat & Adrian Wooldridge Send email to John Micklethwiat & Adrian Wooldridge 
Booz Allen
Submitter : Cathy Swift

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This is an article that explores the success of Japanese management. Although lately many have pointed out that there are some negatives to that style, the authors still maintain that many Japanese businesses remain incredibly successful.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Takeo Suzuki
12 weeks ago

Takeo Suzuki (Student)

The article was wqritten in 1997. It is interesting to know how Japanese business was viewd 17 years ago. I do not think the story will aply to any current Japanese companies, but this article can be valued as historical notes.

Comparing the contents in this article and current condition, reader can find out why Japanese companies are losing their status in this global business. I reccomend that Japanese executives to read article carefully so that they can make corrections or modifications in their organizational charts. 

Time spent reviewing site: 35min.
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