With Respect to the Japanese: Going to Work in Japan, Second Edition

  • 2h 28m
  • John C. Condon, Tomoko Masumoto
  • Nicholas Brealey Publishing
  • 2011

The second edition of With Respect to the Japanese discusses the salient features of Japanese values and behaviors and contrasts them with the values and characteristics of Americans while examining the cultural differences in decision-making, rhetoric, management styles, behavior in the workplace and much more. It examines the critical elements of Japanese culture that affect the way Japanese and Americans perceive and react to each other, and then offers concrete guidelines for establishing effective relationships.

In this Book

  • All I Really Need to Know, They Learned in Kindergarten
  • The Social Order
  • More than Meets the Eye: All About Context
  • Everyday Communication
  • In Place
  • About Time
  • Waiting for Feedback
  • On-the-Job Learning
  • In Sync with the Rhythms of the Year
  • Going to Work in Japan: Seven Suggestions