Rediscovering Japanese Business Leadership: 15 Japanese Managers and the Companies They're Leading to New Growth

John Wiley & Sons, 2011/08/24 - 256 ページ
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Who are Asia's biggest business leaders? What kind of leadershipskills and philosophies do they possess that have put them at theforefront of their respective industries? What makes these businessleaders, in particular, best-equipped to meet the challenges of a21st century global economy?

In Rediscovering Japanese Business Leadership, we gaininsights into the leadership strategies of Japan’s mostsuccessful global brands, including Toyota, Canon, andNintendo.

This book will be the first title in a series on Asian businessleaders, leading companies and corporate philosophies in the 21stcentury. The inaugural volume will focus on business leaders andstrategies at Japanese companies that are not only driving andreshaping their respective industries in the 21st century, but aredemonstrating a knack for consistently meeting the variouschallenges of today's rapidly changing world.


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In the Right Place Good Things Sell Themselves
Is Something Holding You Back?
The Customer Always Trumps Legacy
Standing with Consumers on Deregulated Ground
From Japan to the Worlds Dinner Tables
Matching BrickandMortar Innovation with
Growing in a World of Change
Reviving the Engine of Japan Inc
Adversity is a Reversal of Fortune Opportunity
When Business Must Not Come First
Increasing Management Quality
Returning to Ones Roots
Work Steadily Toward Objectives

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著者について (2011)

Yozo Hasegawa was born in Tokyo in 1943. After graduating from KeioUniversity's Faculty of Economics in 1967, he joined Nikkei Inc. asa journalist in the business and foreign-news departments and wasposted as a foreign correspondent and bureau chief in Warsaw andVienna between 1982 and 1985. He returned to Japan as senior staffwriter until his retirement in 2007. Hasegawa is now a full-timeprofessor at Teikyo University and adjunct professor at GakushuinUniversity in Tokyo, while also serving as a regular commentator inradio and television. He regularly interviews top business leadersas host of a weekly television show, “Top Leadership, UpFront.” His books include: Clean Car Wars: How Honda andToyota are Winning the Battle of the Eco-Friendly Autos;Lexus: A Challenge of Toyota; Would You Like to Work forCarlos Ghosn?; Passing on the Honda DNA; CarlosGhosn’s 5 Revolutions; and Jack Welch & Japan'sRecovery.

Tony Kimm is a freelance translator, writer and movie subtitlerwho makes his home in Tokyo, Japan. He has worked for a majorJapanese publishing company and has translated articles andpublications for the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the AsahiShimbun and various Japanese government agencies. Tony, aMinneapolis native, graduated from the University of California,Berkeley.