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Japanese Education Vs American Education

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Analysis of Japanese Business Culture Along with recent globalization, the business market is now diffused everywhere in the world. Consequently, mega-competition and international co-operation are promoted simultaneously in the field of business. Under this circumstance, learning and understanding the business culture each country has is important to succeed in global business. As business culture is indivisible from a country’s cultural uniqueness, American-style business is formed in the United States, and British-style business is adopted in England. Equally, Japan has developed its own unique business culture which has been practiced for a long time. This essay will analyze the characteristic Japanese business culture which forms the foundation for their business. To begin with, in Japanese corporations, there is a sense of unity which is fostered beyond the boundaries between employers and employees (Odaka, 1986). This is called "Groupism," ...

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