Mitchell Sedgwick “Globalising Japanese Organisational Culture"
Routledge | 2008-02-26 | ISBN: 0415446783 | 223 pages | PDF | 1,6 MB
Globalization – the global movements of persons, products, capital, technologies and images – is increasingly taking place within the context of cross-cultural organizations. This book examines the nature of global cross-cultural organizational interactions.
Based on a detailed study of everyday workplace practices, and change, in a subsidiary of a large Japanese consumer electronics multinational in France, it argues that Japanese corporate 'know how' stems as much from Japanese organizational culture, which is itself a powerful reflector of Japanese cultural forms, as from technological innovation and financial 'clout'. It goes on to explore how Japanese managers and engineers cope when working with local non-Japanese staff, who hold their own very distinctive cultural and organizational inclinations, showing how Japanese organizational culture does and does not adapt in overseas settings. Globalising Japanese Organisational Culture concludes by arguing that the insights provided by the intimate study of persons interacting within and across organizations is crucial for understanding globalization fully, and that this poses important challenges for established organization theory as well as for analysis of globalization by anthropologists and other social scientists.
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