The real difference between the Japanese and U.S. managers

Zierden, W.E.
September 1983
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Fall83, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p59
Academic Journal
Presents a comparison of the United States and Japanese systems of management. Analysis of a situational example; How managers deal with the problems of the company; Approach to human resources management.


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