Japan Inc: Lessons for North America?

This short documentary is an absorbing study of Japanese business and industry. Organization, discipline and productivity in Japan are on a scale not known in any other country of the world. For the 110 million Japanese, survival means doing things together - a concept that has seen that nation automate and computerize at an unparalleled rate.

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Film Credits

director
Kalle Lasn
producer
Kalle Lasn
editing
Kalle Lasn
script
Joe Wiesenfeld
camera
Bill Schmalz
Yukio Yamashita
Fumio Sakuma
sound mixer
Paul Sharpe
narrator
Stan Peters
Hideo Iso

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