The Rice-Paper Ceiling: Breaking Through Japanese Corporate Culture

The Rice Paper Ceiling Breaking Through Japanese Corporate Culture Every day Americans working in Japanese companies confront the rice paper ceiling International business consultant Rochelle Kopp exposes this invisible obstacle to advancement at Japanese co

  • Title: The Rice-Paper Ceiling: Breaking Through Japanese Corporate Culture
  • Author: Rochelle Kopp
  • ISBN: 9781880656518
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every day, 700,000 Americans working in Japanese companies confront the rice paper ceiling International business consultant Rochelle Kopp exposes this invisible obstacle to advancement at Japanese corporations, how it operates, and what you can do to break through it to improve your workplace relationships and career prospects Along the way she details case studies thatEvery day, 700,000 Americans working in Japanese companies confront the rice paper ceiling International business consultant Rochelle Kopp exposes this invisible obstacle to advancement at Japanese corporations, how it operates, and what you can do to break through it to improve your workplace relationships and career prospects Along the way she details case studies that reveal the profound differences between Japanese and American work styles and cultures If you work for a Japanese company, or plan to, you need this book A revealing, readable account of American Japanese interactions in the workplace Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School Rochelle Kopp is a Yale graduate with an M.B.A from the University of Chicago She is Managing Principal of Japan Intercultural Consulting in Chicago.

    One thought on “The Rice-Paper Ceiling: Breaking Through Japanese Corporate Culture”

    1. Had some excellent insights on Japanese corporate culture and life, many of which I still recognize today (in 2017) as being present.I do think the book could do with an update, given that 22 years have passed since it's initial publication, hence the 3-star rating--I tried to take most of the statistics with a dose of salt.

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