qThis book documents the changes in Japanese employment structures, behavior patterns, and attitudes that indicate that lifetime employment was not 'an indestructible bastion of Japanese cultural heritage.' ... Readable and refreshingly free of jargon.q --AsiaweekWhat Kleenex is to facial tissue and McDonalda#39;s is to fast food, Ajinomoto is to MSG. According to the story, three students ended up obtaining an interview with the most important executive at Ajinomoto. Two of the candidates were top students from the top universities in Japan who had done nothing but study during high school so that they were able to pass the necessary entrance exams to join theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Change of a Lifetime|
|Author||:||John C. Beck, Martha Nibley Beck|
|Publisher||:||University of Hawaii Press - 1994|