Providing rare insight into the topic of Japanese management, this book looks at how Japanese companies changed after the economic recession of the 1990s and the decade-long restructuring process. With 12 case studies, this book investigates crisis management, strategy development, merger and globalization in a structured and descriptive manner. It aims to support students and decision-makers to learn more about strategic Japanese management and effective decision-making.
Routledge Handbook of Japanese Business and Management
Editor: Parissa Haghirian
The Routledge Handbook of Japanese Business and Management provides a comprehensive overview of management and business processes and practices in Japanese companies. The contributors combine theoretical findings and research results with a practical and contemporary view on how corporations and firms are managed in Japan.
The handbook is divided into eight sections covering:
This book is an essential reference resource for students and scholars working on Japanese companies, the Japanese market-place, Japanese consumers, or management processes in the Japanese firm. The book also provides an interesting
and informative read for managers who need to deepen their knowledge on
Japanese business processes.
This book provides a new opportunity for corporate strategy analysis within a Japanese context.
This book gives you an in-depth look at Japanese management practices and how these can be implemented into Western corporations.
Japanese Consumer Dynamics discusses the development of consumerism, consumer behaviour and new consumer groups in the Japanese market.
This book explains how we all have our own cultural programs and
how these programs influence our management activities.
This book presents case studies of various Asian countries including China, Japan, India, Korea and The Philippines.
J-Management presents an overview of the reforms and changes in the Japanese economy and their impact on management processes.
A growing number of higher education institutions in Asia are now integrating ethics courses in their curricula.
Innovation and Change in Japanese Management' shows which transformation processes and changes can be observed in Japanese companies.
This book examines cross-cultural management within multinational enterprises (MNEs), focusing in particular on the cultural transfer of knowledge.