戦後日本の生産性向上運動の生成と海外視察団の派遣(中村義作教授退任記念号) The Emergence of Japanese Productivity Improvement Movements and Japanese Study Missions Abroad after World War II

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The aim of the paper is to examine the historical significance of the productivity-improvement movements in Japan afer World War II by investigating the procss in which the movements arose and results of sending study teams overseas, an activity that was most favored by Japan Productivity Center, the driving force behind the movements. This study found the following: Firstly, those who had had previous backgrounds in introducing the scientific management methods in Japan shouldered guiding roles in the introduction of American-style management during the time of productivity movement of 1950s-60s. Secondly, the American-style management methods were introduced upon the foundation of managerial capability of the individuals, a superstructure of shared and accumulated organizational capability within companies. Thirdly, oraganizations of productivity-improvement movements in Japan, in the long time perspectives, are characterized as a mutual complementary system of the government, business representatives and related organizations. That is, the central body of the movements was newly established every time to meet the new needs of the time through active support by government and business associations. Though former central bodies came to assume supporting role, the whole system became stronger and expanded as time went by.

The aim of the paper is to examine the historical significance of the productivity-improvement movements in Japan afer World War II by investigating the procss in which the movements arose and results of sending study teams overseas, an activity that was most favored by Japan Productivity Center, the driving force behind the movements. This study found the following: Firstly, those who had had previous backgrounds in introducing the scientific management methods in Japan shouldered guiding roles in the introduction of American-style management during the time of productivity movement of 1950s-60s. Secondly, the American-style management methods were introduced upon the foundation of managerial capability of the individuals, a superstructure of shared and accumulated organizational capability within companies. Thirdly, oraganizations of productivity-improvement movements in Japan, in the long time perspectives, are characterized as a mutual complementary system of the government, business representatives and related organizations. That is, the central body of the movements was newly established every time to meet the new needs of the time through active support by government and business associations. Though former central bodies came to assume supporting role, the whole system became stronger and expanded as time went by.

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  • 経営と情報 : 静岡県立大学・経営情報学部/学報

    経営と情報 : 静岡県立大学・経営情報学部/学報 8(2), 101-115, 1996-03-31

    静岡県立大学

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    110004614633
  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    AN10118525
  • 本文言語コード
    JPN
  • 資料種別
    Departmental Bulletin Paper
  • ISSN
    09188215
  • データ提供元
    NII-ELS  IR 
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