Why on earth would anyone give up a life on the open road for the regimen of a vast Japanese conglomerate? And is it really so different in Japan from everywhere else? Niall Murtagh spent years as a world traveller - hitchhiking to Istanbul, bussing to Kathmandu and crossing the Atlantic in a home-built yacht. In 1986 he closed the door on his adventurous life and settled down in Japan, eventually joining Mitsubishi as a Salaryman - a man in a shiny suit with a shiny attache case in a conglomerate with 100, 000 employees. And what happens when you give up the Salaryman life? The book follows life after the corporation, giving fresh perspectives on the nature of Japanese business culture and the problems faced by outsiders in Japan.It is made by Toshiba, not Mitsubishi. Maybe you need a new gas heater. But I see hea#39;s smiling. Ia#39;m allowed to use the Toshiba gas heater. Buying a new fridge, air conditioner and TV is no joke. Does Mitsubishi have a few spares I can borrow anbsp;...
|Title||:||Blue Eyed Salaryman|
|Publisher||:||Profile Books - 2011-05-26|