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The Japanese-style system predominant in the 1980s is no longer discussed in a positive context as Japanese companies are suffering slumping revenues due to the prolonged economic depression. It is widely known that Japanese companies, on the contrary, are being asked to learn the management systems of newly industrialized Asian countries, including China and India. However, it is first necessary to precisely understand the present situation faced by Japanese companies from the perspective of academic research. With this problem consciousness in mind, this introductory chapter discusses the current management system of Japanese companies according to each aspect of management such as management system, business strategy, and organization and human resource management.
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- Japanese Management in Change: Perspective on the New Japanese-Style Management
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