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Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
Japanese culture and leadership slideshare
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  • 1. Japanese Culture and Leadership<br />
  • 2. Topic &amp; Contents<br />Topic<br />A research and analysis of the culture and leadership practices in a country<br />
  • 3. About Japan<br />Asia<br />Japan<br />
  • 4. History Timeline<br /><ul><li> “Japanese Miracle” </li></ul>High economic growth; export oriented economy<br /><ul><li> Meiji Restoration</li></ul>Open policy &amp; introduced technology<br /><ul><li> Economy showed recovery</li></ul>Focus on economic growth and technology development<br />Modern Japan<br /><ul><li> Occupied Period after WW II</li></ul>Occupation force brought new technologies in<br /><ul><li> High growth turned slow</li></li></ul><li>Japanese Culture _ Hofstede<br />GeertHofstede Model (1980)<br /><ul><li> Most widely accepted and used in the world until today
  • 5. Described culture from five aspects:
  • 6. Power Distance
  • 7. Individualism &amp; Collectivism
  • 8. Masculinity versus Femininity
  • 9. Uncertainty Avoidance
  • 10. Long Term Orientation</li></li></ul><li>Japanese Culture _ GLOBE<br />GLOBE Study (1990’s)<br /><ul><li> GLOBE is the acronym for “Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness,”
  • 11. A cross-cultural research effort that exceeds all others (including GeertHofstede’s landmark 1980 study) in scope, depth, duration, and sophistication</li></li></ul><li>Japanese Culture _ Other Studies<br />
  • 12. Confucianism’s Impact on Japanese Social Behavior <br /><ul><li>Seniority system (respect for elders)
  • 13. Loyalty and devotion
  • 14. Lower rates of crime
  • 15. Stable family structures
  • 16. Strong education system (entrance exams are very tough)
  • 17. The Japanese language is punctuated by numerous honorific terms and phrases of respect and consideration.</li></ul>Confucianism main ideals<br />道 right way仁 benevolent徳 virtuous禮 propriety義 morality忠 loyalty恕 reciprocity信 trustworthy命 destiny<br />天 heaven理 principle<br />
  • 18. Common Japanese Culture Characteristics<br />
  • 19. Japanese Leadership Style<br />
  • 20. Japanese Leadership Style _ GLOBE Study<br />CLT Leadership study in GLOBE<br />
  • 21. Japanese Leadership Style _ Transformational Leadership<br />A type of leadership style based on the leaders’ personal qualities:<br /><ul><li>Transactional leadership: a transaction or exchange process between leaders and followers (by satisfying the expectations)
  • 22. Transformational leadership: characterized by the ability to bring about significant change.
  • 23. Share and communicate visions
  • 24. Inspire followers to go beyond their own self-interests for the good of the group</li></li></ul><li>THANK YOU !<br />

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