紀要論文 Leadership and Organizational Management in Japan

Lau, Sim Yee

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This paper explains leadership and organizational management in Japan based on the authorʼs observations and thus his interpretations of Japanese styles of management. The explanation ranges from: key drivers of Japanʼ s economic development; leadership in the Japanese context; how a leaderless Japanese organization creates leadership; why a leaderless Japanese organization performs well; Japanese organization management is indeed a process of continuous learning; the role of information sharing and communication for the effective organizational management; the influence of information technology; Japanese organizational management in the context of principle-agent approach; several limitations and challenges of Japanese organizational management. This paper argues that Japanese organizational management styles are applicable to late industrialized countries if the attempt was modified by incorporating their own cultural attributes.
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