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



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Surely there were other ways that Nissan could have addressed issues with Ghosn rather than calling the cops on him. However, what Nissan did does match a common pattern that I observe in my consulting to Japanese companies.
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Whenever you sense a doubt or worry in a Japanese business person you are meeting for the first time, do not hesitate to introduce your credentials.
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The World Cup spurs some thoughts on diversity.
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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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What leads people to settle in another country and do you end up feeling like a foreigner in your home country?
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