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Japanese Business Culture Blog

A blog about communications between Japan and other cultures, particularly in business.



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It may be that Japanese business people are better at finding value in a seemingly pointless meeting than many Western business people.
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Some interesting intercultural essays from Japanese students.
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Why are the Japanese more considerate of other people compared to the British or indeed many other nationalities?
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Japanese society is permeated by a strong concern for how what you say or do affects others, to a far greater extent than in the UK.
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The other day I was teaching a seminar on Working Effectively with Americans to a group of Japanese expatriates from a major electronics manufacturer’s U.S. subsidiary. We were discussing things that they found challenging about working with Americans, and they mentioned something that I’ve heard from many other similar groups – that Americans are not good at visual presentation of data (charts, graphs, diagrams, sketches, etc.)
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