August 31, 2013

What are the six elements of the Japanese Organization?





What are the six elements of the Japanese organization?


" 1. Permanent employee
2. employee selection on the basis of education and general background rather than specific job skills
3. Employee status largely determined by education at the time of hiring
4. Pay based on age, education and length of service rather than job difficulty
5. Decision making by groups of people and responsibility not assigned to individuals
6. Management involvement in employees non-business activities" page 15




Source: Inside Japanese Business - 
A Narrative History, 1960 - 2000
By Makoto Ohtsu with Tomio Imanari
Published by M.E.Sharpe Inc, New York, USA, Pages : 459
ISBN: 978-0765-607-812








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