"Enthusiast" is included in the list of thirty compulsory films for students of business schools. For the Japanese, work is the main value in life. The American loves to relax, spend time with family and friends. The two sides cannot agree until their common cause is on the verge of closure.
Now I understand why I was dressed in rags of shame. Because I started thinking like an American! You are all selfish, and this makes you weak!
“You didn’t talk about Japan.” How did everything go?
“Remember the day I met your father?” Well, when he chased me with a chainsaw ...
“There was something similar in Japan.”
We have far-reaching plans. Sorry, I'm not such a good speaker as the person you sent to us. Where is mr stevenson? It was thanks to his speech that we were here.
Stop shouting already at every corner, what a great nation we are. If I were a leader, I would have said this a few months ago, and I kept feeding you stories about basketball.
- I am the general director of the company.
“Oh, I saw you in Tokyo.” You screamed, spit, why was it needed? Are you all crazy?
- A leadership training program. For negligent bosses.
- We want to inspire you to work, we have one goal - so that everyone thinks only about the company. Let's start with morning exercises!
- This is not a good start. They are not used to getting up so early.
Sorry, but no music and cigars. Only work.
Everyone learns his own business. Everyone is equal in the team. There are no special ones.
- Understand, you are now in America. Americans love to feel special.
- This factory can only be managed in our own way.
- This is a marriage.
- Let the dealers worry about this. There are no perfect cars.
- In Japan, if a worker allowed marriage, he is ashamed. He stays for the night and corrects everything. In Japan, everyone has a goal of 0% rejection.
- I will tell you honestly: I heard a lot of talk about how well the Japanese do business. But I did not see this, did not appreciate one iota.
- You're fired.
I do not understand American workers. They arrive five minutes later, leave two minutes earlier, sit at home when they are ill. And you are just like them.
- I'm over! I ruined my career!
“Is this the end of you?” This is the end of 2,000 people in this city, and you're just crazy.
In Japan, when there is a lot of work, everyone stays at work until late. They do this not for the sake of money, but for the company.
“Since we are all assembled, I wanted to tell you.” Do you know what we are missing? Incentive programs.
- We do not need any programs. We need quick hands.