Japanese management practices and Indian business environment, CL Chandan

Tags: Industrial Relations, Maruti Udyog Ltd, Vendor Development, Employment Practices, Organisation Climate, Japanese Miracle, Japan, Comparative Education System, India, Indigenisation and Research and Development, Personnel Management, Indigenisation, CHAPTER-VI, Swaraj Mazda, Marketing Management, JAPANESE MANAGEMENT MODEL, IMPLEMENTATION, Organisation Behaviour, Environmental Constraints, Welfare Activities, Research and Development, Japanese Work Methods, REVIEW OF LITERATURE, Industrial Development, Organisation Structure, Agriculture, Land Reforms, Japanese Economy, Conceptual Studies, Japanese Style Management, Methodology of Research, Corporate Philosophy, Subcontracting, Economic Planning, Foreign Trade, Public Enterprises, Quality Circles, Participative Management, Industrial Policy, Suggestion Schemes, Human Resources Management
Content: GHAPTER-I:
CONTENTS
Page No,
JAPANESE MIRACLE ~ A HISTORICAL f>Eft3P5CTIVfi
1-30
1.1, Agriculture and Land reforms 1.2, Industrial Development 1.3, foreign trade 1.4, Overall Growth of Japanese Economy
CHAPTER-II: REVIEW OF LITERATURE
31-75
11.1. Studies oil Japanese Miracle 11.2. Conceptual Studies 11.3. Studies on Cross Cultujral Adaptation of Japanese Style Management.
11.4. Conclusion
CHAPTER-III: NEED. SCOPE AND Research Methodology 111.1. Need of Study 111.2. Scope of Study 111.3. Methodology of Research 111.4. Conclusion
76-109
CHAPTER-IVi
THE JAPANESE management model I^APtkfilCiils IN MAROT^I UbYOfl LTD, IV,1, Incorporation and Takeover of MUL, IV,2. organisation structure IV,3. Statement of Corporate Philosophy IV,4, Suggestion Scheme and Small group activity
IIO-I40
IV,5. Vendor Development and Indigenisation IV,6. Emphasis on Exports.
Page No,
CHAPTER-T:
IMPLEMENTATION OF JAPANESE MANAGEMENT MODEL in Mklfil U&VQg LMTEP V,1, Performance of Maruti Udyog Ltd, V«2. Personnel Management and Organisation Behaviour V,3. Welfare Activities and Industrial Relations V,4, Marketing Management V.5. Environmental Constraints.
141-183
CHAPTER-VI: SWARAJ MAZDA LIMITED
184-209
VI,1, Incorporation of Swaraj Mazda VI,2, Management and Performance of the Company VI,3. Indigenisation and Research and Development,
VI.4. Marketing and Customer Orientation VI,5. Egalitarian Ethos and Organisation Climate.
VI.6. Suggestion Award Scheme VI,7. Human Resource Development and Industrial Relations
CHAPTER-VII; HERO HONDA MOTORS LIMITED
210-231
VII.1. Performance of the Corapahy VII,2, Indigenisation VII.3. Philosophy of the.Organisation VII.4. Suggestion Scheme and Quality Circles. VII.5. Organisation Structure and Personnel Management
VII.6. Industrial Relations·and Employees Welfare.
VII.?· Kinship Network and Ancillarisation.
Pa^e No.
CHAPTER-VIII; BIRLAS AND INDIAN MANAGEMENT STYLE VIII.1. Business Organisation Baaed on extended family System, VIII.2. Growth of Birlas VIII.3. Management Culture of Birlas
232-2A8
GHAPTER-IX:
JAPANESE I^IANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN INDIAN
COI^'ANIES
·
249-287
IX.1. Egalitarian Ethos and Corporate Culture
IX,2, Recruitment and Training Practices
IX.3. Suggestion Schemes and Quality Circles
IX.4, Participative Management.
IX.5. Industrial Relations
IX.6 Japanese Work Methods and Subcontracting
IX.7. Performance of the Sample Companies Under Study,
CHAPTER-X:
INFLUENCE OF GOVERNI^lENT OVER THE BUSINESS288.333 X.1. Industrial Policy In India and Japan. X.2. Economic Planning X.3. Regulatory Role of Government, X.4, Promotional Role of Government. X.5. Incentives and Concessions to Industries. X.6. institutional framework for Developing Small Enterprises. X.7. The Two-Way Consultation Between Government and Private and public enterprises.
CHAPTER-XI:
JAPANESE MANAGEMH^T AND INDIAN SOCIO-
CUL1?UiUL MILIEU '.
;
, 334-372
XI.1. The Japanese Miracle XI.2. Historical Experiences of India and Japan.
XI.3, Comparative education system XI,4, human resources Management and Cultural Ethos. XI.5. Politicalisation of In4ustrial Relations. XI.6, Organisational Loyality and Employment Practices in India, XI.7. Research and Development. XI.8. Conclusion. BIBLIOGRAPHY

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