日资企业文化适应度与经营绩效的/Studies on the Relation between Management Performance and Adapt
Japan is one of the biggest outward investment countries in the world and China is a crucial investment object to Japan. The view that Japanese enterprises’ huge success in its own country to a great extent owes to their distinctive culture influences part of Japanese enterprises to carry on their management mode as before and results of their uneven operation conditions. In the light of this problem, the author hopes to reveal the relations between the adaptability degree to local culture of Japan-invested enterprises in China and their management results through quantitative research and urge them to improve their management and strengthen their investment confidence to China.
With the rich working experiences in Japan-invested corporations and long-time observation and understanding about them, the author refers a large quantity of documents to refine, analyze and contrast some important factors of corporate culture between China and Japan, respectively building the evaluation indexes of Japan-invested enterprises’ adaptability degree to Chinese corporate culture and corporation management results. With applying the AHP, brainstorming and questionnaire investigation method and Subjective Likert Scales to design the questionnaire investigation, the author conducts the research of Japan-invested corporations’ cultural adaptability and management results and performs the reliability and validity tests. Followed with the investigation, the author uses the obtained data to analyze the alternate relations between Japan-invested corporations’ cultural adaptability and management results and definite the quantitative relations between them and their subordinate indexes through building the One and Multiple Terms Regressive Equation.
This paper helps Chinese and Japanese corporations to further their understanding to each other’s culture and also promotes Japan-invested corporations to adjust their administration behaviors, integrate with local corporate culture and improve their adjustability degree to make more correlative administrative decisions which in turn will improve the corporation’s management performance.