motivation in Japan and the United states - per employee...

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What are the differences and similarities among motivational techniques used in Japan and the United states? Differences Along with there similarites, Japan and U.S also differ in their motivational techniques to inspire and ecite their emplyees to become productive and a valuable asset to the company. According to the latest study . In Japan, the smaller monetary rewards and the higher number of suggestion
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Unformatted text preview: per employee merely reflect the fact that Kaizen Teian systems are designed to stimulate and operate primarily with intrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation is increased when people fell they can have some impact on the work they perform . .. and Kaizen Teian systems are designed for rapid implementation of ideas, which cultivates this intrinsic motivation....
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