Corporate Communications: A Comparison of Japanese and American Practices

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Index
Abegglen, James, 40, 71
Advanced Micro Dynamics Corporation, 228
Affleck, James, 244, 246, 251
Agricultural Age, 240
Ainu. See Japan
Alcoa, 226: AlcoaNews, 135 Allen, Peter, 139
AMAX, 157-61
American Airlines, 188, 209
American Business Writing Association, 104
American corporations: board of directors, 230; climate, 3-4; cost of labor, 230; decentralization, 245; decision-making, 70-75; debt-to- equity ratio, 229; employees, 249- 50; groups, 245; job enrichment, 258; management style, 248-49; managers' attitudes toward employees, 233; MBO (Management by Objectives), 231; organizational structure, 248; organization chart, 230, 256; personnel, 250; productivity, 3, 79-80, 205-6; quality circles, 205-21; recruitment, 233; shareholders, 229; success strategy, 230; top executives, 230-31; turnover, 233, 250. See also Communications in American corporations
American Productivity Center, 207, 253
AMF Harley Davidson, 209
Amhoist Hoist & Derrick Company, 218
Amoco Oil Company, 196
The Anatomy of Dependence (Doi), 226
Anchor-Hocking Corporation, 213
Anderson, Walter, 134
Annenberg School of Communication (USC), 152
Anticipatory Sciences, Inc., 248
Arai, Joji, 78
Arcospark, 138
Argyris, Chris, 109
Armco, Inc., 121
The Art of Japanese Management (Pascale and Athos), 36
AT&T, 133, 148, 219: Long Lines, 219
Athos, Anthony, 36, 46, 66, 92-93, 191, 201
Atlantic Richfield Corporation, 79, 87, 121, 138, 147, 152, 200; Arcospark, 138; mgr, 79, 87; Policies and Public Thoughts, 124

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