Even the most experienced and sophisticated businessperson can be caught off guard by the apparent contradictions of Japanese business behavior. This unusual and eloquent book opens the door for Western managers to a deeper and enriched understanding of business encounters as seen through the eyes of their Japanese colleagues. Inside the Kaisha is an in-depth and sensitive exploration by a Japanese middle manager-a salary-man, now in his thrities, who spent five years at Sumitomo Bank-and an American professor. Only by leaving Sumitomo could Noboru Yoshimura write this book-no Japanese employee currently inside a Japanese organization could report and interpret with such honesty and perspective without fear of rejection. Collaborating with Anderson, who was determined to teach his management students from a global perspective, Yoshimura interviewed dozens of salarymen to paint a distinctive picture of Japanese organizational life-as told to one of their own.
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