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Large enterprises account for no more than 11,000 of the 3.86 million companies in Japan—99.7 percent are small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), many of which maintain a low public profile. In Global Class Japanese SMEs, Kurosaki Makoto, a professor at Teikyo University, explains how 24 Japanese SMEs have gained high market share and become indispensable partners for larger firms.
This book provides a useful guide for policymakers, as well as business leaders, SME managers and employees. Global Class Japanese SMEs is a deeply informative examination of little-known Japanese SMEs. It also offers many hints on how to develop successful global operations, which rest to a great extent on how a company is managed, how passionate and motivated business leaders are and how competent and skilled the entrepreneurs are.
About the Author
Kurosaki Makoto, a professor of business administration at Teikyo University, had a long active career as a journalist with Jiji Press covering a wide range of Japanese industries and institutions, and has also served on its editorial board. He has published numerous works based on his wealth of information and experience.
Book: Global Class Japanese SMEs
Author: Kurosaki Makoto
Translated by Larry Greenberg
Hardcover | ISBN 978-4-916055-81-1 |
172 pages | 210mm (h) x 148mm (w) | March 2017
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