It shows how Japanese companies use profit pressure to increase their efficiency. Specifically, it examines how pseudo-profit centers put pressure on workers to increase income and reduce costs, and the use of semi-autonomous equipment in a traditional Japanese workforce.
Harvard Business School (195050-PDF-ENG)
August 26, 1994
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