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Assessment and permitted materials
final written exam
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
The course aims to review existing literature and theory in the field of Japanese management, Japanese business culture and comparative management, provide an overview of the modern Japanese business environment, explain the most important social concepts in Japanese society and their relevance to Japanese management and Japanese business culture and to discuss the most prominent aspects of Japanese management, such as production management, distribution and management activities within a Japanese corporation.
Students are expected to attend classes and participate actively in class discussion. The majority of meetings will be held in a seminar format. Accordingly, attendance and participation in class discussions will be critical to the success of this course and will also determine students grades.
Haghirian, P. 2008. J-Management; Fresh Perspectives on the Japanese Firm in the 21st Century. iUniverse.
Haghirian, P. 2010. Understanding Japanese Management Practices. Business Expert Press.
EC A 154 (Wirtschaftskommunikation Japanisch I), EC A 153 (Interkulturelle Kompetenz Ostasien),
Modul Alternative Erweiterungen (für BA), M4 -Teil 2 für ECOS