By Chie Yorozu
Scandals and screw ups in the very best recognized overseas Japanese-owned businesses have proven that there's occasionally a substantial distinction among the general public and inner narratives of eastern companies. This booklet explores the level to which eastern organisations’ public claims mirror wider reality.
Exploring how and why company narrative-management is ‘accepted’ or ‘rejected’ by way of exterior and inner audiences in Japan, the e-book clarifies what narrative-management potential for eastern organisations. It argues that the position of narrative-management has develop into even more wide-spread in Japan in recent times, yet that it doesn't serve relatively an identical position because it does within the Western environments the place the idea and perform first emerged. the writer provides interview-based case reports inside 4 very varied huge jap corporations, all of that have deployed and loudly introduced new restructuring plans dependent principally on Western types of company ‘best practice’. The publication goals to explain and account for those eastern company narratives, and asks what they're, why they're deployed and who believes in them.
As the 1st narrative-related paintings within the jap context, this quantity presents an perception into the advance of jap narrative-management. it's going to entice scholars and students of eastern enterprise, overseas company and Organizational Studies.
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Having said that, this work does not draw on any perspectives from within the ﬁrm, and indeed the VoC literature shares the same weak point. The VoC literature that is based on embeddedness, path-dependence and complementarity has not really considered the role of agency. Mostly it takes a cognitive perspective,93 which is insuﬃcient to explain how and why organizations change or do not change. VoC theory depends strongly on idealtypical models which do not pay attention to the various diversiﬁed actions of agency behind the model.
The debate on continuity and change is a fruitful way of understanding how and why Japanese ﬁrms seem to be increasingly developing US forms of corporate messages, while remaining sensitive to questions of whether or not these US-style management approaches are being practically implemented within Japanese organizations. Corporate narrative management is a new research area in Japan, and therefore we need more empirical data. A multicase study with an interview-based design provides a closer understanding of the structure of the dynamics of the Japanese style of narrative management.
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