Case Study

Chiba International, Inc.

14 pages
April 1998
Reference: IMD-3-0740

The case focuses on issues concerning management systems, corporate culture, company philosophy confronting American and Japanese managers setting up a new Japanese-owned manufacturing plant in the United States. the two key decision-makers visit another Japanese firm with an experience of operating in the U.S. to learn what has worked. They are impressed, but will it work for them?

Keywords
Organizational Culture, Manufacturing
Settings
United States of America
1990s
Type
Published Sources
Copyright
© 1998
Available Languages
English
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