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ID number:459105
Evaluation:
Published: 07.03.2008.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 6 units
References: Not used
Time period viewed: 2005.g. - 2005.g.
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Kultūras klasifikācija   
  Interesting facts about business culture in Japan   
  Making Appointments   
  Guidelines for business dress   
  First Name or Title?   
  Addressing others with respect   
  Let's Make a Deal!   
  What you should know before negotiating   
  Business cards   
  Status and hierarchy   
  Verbal communication and body language   
  Group identity   
  Decision process   
  Woman in Japanese business world   
  Entertaining for business success   
  Izmantotā literatūra   
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Dimensija
1 – Varas distance
Kura?
Liela varas distance
Kas par to liecina?
Cieņa ir galvenais tikums. Uzņēmumos pastāv stingra hierarhijas struktūra visos vadības līmeņos. Tomēr gala lēmums tiek pieņemts konsultējoties ar grupu. Gadi un stāvoklis ir cieši saistīti, taču mūsdienu kultūrā lielu lomu ieņem arī zināšanas un izglītība, kas ne vienmēr saskan ar vecuma nozīmi.



Making Appointments
If you want to make an appointment, but don't have a connection, a personal call will be more effective than sending a letter. Moreover, a letter requesting an appointment might go unanswered.
Punctuality is necessary when doing business here; the Japanese believe it is rude to be late.
In Japanese business culture, the working week consists of 48 hours without overtime pay, completed in five and a half days. Larger firms have initiated a five-day week.
Generally, office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 or 5:30 p.m. Many people work longer hours, though.
During holidays, banks and offices close, but stores remain open.
During three weeks of the year [New Year's holidays, December 28 to January 3; Golden Week, April 29 to May 5; and Obon, mid-August], many Japanese visit the graves of their ancestors. Avoid scheduling appointments, business trips during these periods.…

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