A Study on the Japanese Spirit of “Professionals” of Self-Promotion and Striving to Be Better Employees

Ming XU


Based on the dedication, hard work and other spiritual cores of the Japanese spirit of “professionals”, Chinese organizational members at all levels should view the people and themselves from the perspectives of “from natural people to sophisticated people” and from head to instinct so as to make a judgment of whether they’re qualified for their jobs or not. Dedication is the duty for Chinese organizational members at all levels, and responsibility is their normal state. We should make efforts to make Chinese organizational members at all levels to work harder than ants, enhance their capacities and executive capabilities, promote themselves to compete to be better members so as to promote organizations to better develop and creatively to achieve the goals.


Self-promotion; Self-understanding; Better member strategy; Organization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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