The Japanese School of Organization

By Yvon Pesqueux, Jean-Pierre Tyberghein

English

The "Japanese school of organization" label refers to a location (Japan) and a period of time (mostly between 1980 and 1990). The existence of a specific model linked to this period of development of the large corporation along specific teachable and transferable traits to every organization, whatever their place of activity (a generalist perspective) must also be separated from its geographical area of development JEL codes: M11, M12, M14

Keywords

  • culture
  • Japan
  • organizational methods
  • organization sciences
  • Toyota
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