General Conditions during the Developmental Period of Familistic Management
Thus far, our inquiry has proceeded by focusing on the formation and development of a typical form of managerial familism or familistic management. It was made clear that its practice was extensively embraced by large-scale enterprises in Japan during the period around the First World War. However, as mentioned in the course of the discussion, not all enterprises adopted such a typical form of managerial familism or familistic management. But even firms which did not directly adopt familistic management itself influenced each other as far as successful management measures were concerned. And as a whole, they are likely to reveal some sort of trend.
KeywordsTransportation Income Milling Expense Tempo
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