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Management models in business: corporate management features

Published: Sat, 11/17/2012 - 12:19
By: copy1

 

The business model of management in the Western countries have their specificity. National characteristics of corporate management can be very different from each other, but more often there are three models that vary based on the level of development of the market sector and the involvement of the international exchange. It is an American, German and Japanese management models.

 

What is the American model of personnel management in companies? This is a very dynamic relationship "employee-employer", rapid turnover of staff resources or their rotation. By an officer of a large expected return for which he receives a decent pay. In the first place, of course, profit organization. In turn, employees frequently change jobs in order to increase wages.

 

German model involves long-term and stable relationship of employer and employee. It is very important personal growth, continuous improvement of professional skills: the key to success in the whole company. Quite often, employees in German companies have worked for 30 years in one place, even change jobs often. This contributes to the national mentality: responsibility, love of order and desire stability - support the market sector.

 

The Japanese models feature a "family" atmosphere within the firm. That solidarity, shared responsibility for the cause is important. Career of a man is also not in last place, but the growth is not a career by moving to other organizations, people moving in the same company. In Japanese firms team members need to be disciplined and control each other.

 

These three models are most clearly reflect national characteristics, it is like a "blueprint" of the whole society. And, as the history of market relations, the most enduring models: they all belong to the most developed and stable economy. When selecting personnel policies in other countries are taken as the basis of their elements, or the general principles of management. This is especially true of firms with access to the international market.