6 lessons from the japanese culture

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One never disagrees with him and always gives him his due attention. When bowing -- the standard Japanese greeting -- one should always bow deepest to the most senior man. What it teaches us: Japanese business culture values its elders for the wisdom and experience they provide to the company...
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Age equals rank in Japan, so the older the person, the more important he is. How we can adapt it: Defer to those with seniority, or above you in the corporate ladder. If you disagree with a manager, express your grievances in private, and never question his authority in front of the group...
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