Promotes an accurate understanding of Japanese business, analyzes the process of doing business in Japan, and examines Japanese business concepts that might be transferable to the U.S. environment. Includes chapters on the Japanese economy, technological development, information processing RaD, keys to accessing Japanese markets, Japanese manufacturing management, Japanese industrial policy, the Japanese banking system, and much more. Tables, charts and graphs.The ratio of engineers to regular workers in plants producing electronics products in Japan is 1 to 4. This is quite a high ... The word focus is used in manufacturing to mean that a narrow set of products is produced in one factory. For example, ifanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Japanese Business|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1989|