6 edition of Japanese business etiquette found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-271) and index.
|LC Classifications||HF5387 .R68 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||92029483|
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There's quite a long list of dos and don'ts when it comes to business etiquette in Japan, so to simplify it we have compiled 10 common business manners you're likely to encounter. When visiting someone else’s office, wait until the host says “Please, have a seat,” before sitting down.
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Why do Japanese office workers knock three instead of two. Apparently, etiquette holds that two knocks is for checking if a bathroom stall is occupied. Leave Your Counterpart’s Card on the Desk.
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ETIQUETTE GUIDE TO JAPAN BOOK REVIEW. About the Writer. Boyé Lafayette De Mente was an American author, journalist and adventurer who wrote more than books mainly related to the culture of Japan and the Japanese language. Actually, he wrote the FIRST EVER books on the Japanese way of doing business and introduced the now commonly used Japanese terms wa, nemawashi, kaizen, Like other areas of Japanese culture, Japan has its own unique rules of Japanese business as a foreigner doing business in Japan you will not necessarily be expected to know or conform to these rules, a basic grasp of the essentials of Japanese business etiquette will go along way toward making the right impression on your Japanese business partners or clients and in turn Our Japanese customs and etiquette guide will help you prepare for your upcoming trip to Japan.
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Webster defines it as "the forms, manners, and ceremonies established by convention as acceptable or required in social relations, in a profession, or in official life." Etiquette is respect, good manners, and good behavior.
It is not just each of these things, but it is all of these things rolled