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What will be the cultural impact of Japanese companies reaching out for global talent?
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What will be the cultural impact of Japanese companies reaching out for global talent?

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(October 2016)

 
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Introduction:

This paper is raising questions regarding the potential cultural impact of companies that have started to implement recruitment practices on a global scale, with special regards to the implications for Japanese society. Important keywords in this regard are certainly among many others: Globalization, Knowledge Society, Business Organizations and Intercultural Communication, with each of them being very important to be able to approach the most relevant questions.

'Globalization' as a concept, as well as the term itself, has already become essential for especially social and culture sciences, when conducting research and analyses of change and new paradigms, with special regards to the various concepts of culture and their implications for our economic environment. For example, one could argue that ever since the end of World War II (WWII) the process of westernization and digitalization on a global scale is very likely to have supported the drastic spread of knowledge and, thus, new forms of cultural clashes within global categories. These cultural clashes need to be taken notice of, especially if we are to conduct research or business in a global context.

This essay intends to draw attention to Japan's labour market from an intercultural perspective, and by seizing the very current matter of Japan’s strive for a economical change discuss the potential cultural impact of Japanese companies reaching out for employees on a new and global scale.


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Transculturality – Leadership, Management and Governance
Josef Wieland, Klaus M. Leisinger (eds.):
Transculturality – Leadership, Management and Governance
the author
Aidin Ahmadi

Aidin Ahmadi is a student at Zeppelin University, Germany.