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The Transformation of Japanese Corporate Culture

Japan’s corporate culture is experiencing some dramatic changes. Learn how attitudes toward work are evolving with the influence of global business practices.

Corporate Japan has been going through a significant transition. Overall, the Japanese business culture is characterized by formal interpersonal relations, group orientation, structured processes, and defined protocols with a conservative, risk-averse mind-set. There are differences between Japanese firms and those owned by foreign multinationals. In this overview of Japanese corporate culture, learn how traditional attitudes toward work culture, employees, and more are evolving with the influence of global business practices.