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Japanese Business Culture Blog

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



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There are well-known similarities between Japan and Germany, but according to Professor Ulrike Schaede, there are also four fundamental differences.
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As globalization advances and national borders become increasingly porous, Japan is now facing the human reality of these rapid changes: greater cultural diversity in the workforce, which brings the concomitant challenge of how to integrate multicultural workers into their organizations of employment.
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Open Seminar: Working Effectively with Japanese July 13, 2010 (Tuesday) St. John’s Golf and Conference Center, 44045 Five Mile Road, Plymouth, MI 48170
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Japanese and non-Japanese managers will come together on Friday, October 23 to discuss case studies in cross-cultural management.
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The characters used to write my name imply “intimate world” or “world peace”. Through my work experience in Japan, “Down Under,” in the Pacific, and the U. S. mainland, I have learned how the people of different cultures can work together productively.
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