American Company Vs Japanese

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The creation of world bank,WHO,WTO,UNESCO etc are the examples of multinational cooperation in finance & health. These organizations are being created to facilitate the multinational cooperation in almost every field. Though setting of offices all around the globe need people for the operation of the business by the multinational companies.Managers are appointed to plan organize lead and control the business but due to training in their home countries managers face a lot of challenges while working abroad in a different culture & society. The difference in almost every habit,taste,wear creates a kind of shock for the managers to operate in a different world.
WTO is an organization for creating a mutual agreement between the trading countries
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Japanese companies work as a whole(corporate & social responsiblity) i.e for themselves & for the society simultaneously as comparable to american which work only to satisfy themselves
2. Japanese companies provide more job security & health benefits than american
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Takeshi Ohsawa (2010) from Human Resource Research Institute in Tokyo discusses the differences between American and Japanese management styles in terms of employees – the importance of employees as individuals, their loyalty towards a company, hiring and layoffs, and job responsibilities. According to Ohsawa (2010), in Japanese companies, people are a lot more important American vs. Japanese Management 5 than money or anything else. Managers and their employees can be viewed as a big family where each of them takes care of another. He compares the perceptions of a minimum unit within a company in Japan and America. He explains that within a Japanese company, the minimum unit is an individual while in an American corporation, the minimum unit is represented by a job. In other words, American employers focus on preparing the right job descriptions first, and then they try to find the right person with the right skills and abilities to meet the requirements needed for a successful performance of that job. Contrariwise, Japanese employers believe that each person has his/her own skills that will show what kind of job is suitable for that particular person, so there is no need to advertise the job descriptions beforehand - employers will just assign the right jobs to the new employees after learning about their abilities. Another interesting difference between American and Japanese management lies within the loyalty of employees towards a company. Since Japanese managers and

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