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If I were to capture what I try to do in my work in one phrase, it would be “build trust between Japanese and European business cultures.” How trust is defined, and therefore how it is built is the question I try to tackle in my new book "Shinrai: Japanese Corporate Integrity in a Disintegrating Europe"
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It’s been another busy year here at Japan Intercultural Consulting and as always we are grateful to our clients for giving us the opportunity to assist them with their cross-cultural training and consulting needs.
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I’m excited to announce a new partnership that will expand our global offerings.
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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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One of the issues that Japanese people who come to work in Europe find most challenging is the multiple nationalities of people they have to work with. European managers themselves find that the American model which works the best is known as “situational leadership”.
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