Grupismul – piatra de temelie a managementului nipon
As it’s stated in the title, the objective of this article is to analyze the concept of groupism in Japan, which is considered the foundation of management in the Japanese archipelago. The main issues discussed refer to the appearance, the groupism spirit and its importance in Japanese society and company. In order to present the differences between the Japanese and the Western style of management, we’ve realized a comparative analysis between the two types of companies, in terms of belonging to the group and the interactions within it. The final part of the article shows the importance of consensus and the phases of managerial decision by consensus within Japanese companies.
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