In Japan, says you can see the behavior of responsibility, commitment, it is innate, a promotion in terms of set habits, because they were already acquired and with much effort, in addition to the cultural part is not necessary. This factor has, then, a very important connotation in the administration of our businesses, where there is no authenticity but a sketch imitate everything foreignness and imposing many times of theories or administrative fashions according to the training of senior management or their owners. (Source: Hikmet Ersek). Elrincondelvago.com recalls, high productivity displayed by companies in Japan from post-war times, caught the attention of American entrepreneurs and in particular, Professor William Orchi (Japanese origin), who conducted extensive research on the administrative practices of the companies in his country. The basic mechanisms of administrative control that uses a Japanese company are so intrinsic and subtle that hardly perceives a person outside of them, that this basic mechanism is already covered in a philosophy of management. This philosophy describes the objectives of each company and the procedures necessary to achieve them. These objectives, on the other hand, represent the values of owners, employees, companies and Government authorities. For the Japanese the key to increased productivity is on involving workers in the productive process. In Japan, productivity and confidence go hand in hand.
There must be trust between unions, Government and employers. Goodwill and favourable attitude towards the sacrifice by the employees, are due to administrative practices that promote a climate of confidence, used by Japanese companies; on the understanding that these sacrifices will be always rewarded in the future. The most important feature of the Japanese Organization is that the worker has an employment of lifetime. However, although employment of lifetime is the ideal of the workers and the aim of patterns, is not something universal in the Japan. Not all companies can create the stability needed to be in the position of offering a lifetime job.