The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
July 2020(No.720)
Teamwork

The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies is a peer review-based specialist research magazine containing high-quality articles by researchers and experts active in the front lines of research (first issued in 1959).

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CONTENTS

OPINION

Making the Most of Team Diversity for Harmonious Action
Toshio Murase

ARTICLESJuly 2020(No.720) (PDF:450KB)

Cooperation for Problem-Solving: The History of Quality Circles in Japan
Shinichi Ogawa
Team Effectiveness and Its Determinants: From a Psychological Perspective
Hiroyuki Yamaguchi
Teamwork: An Organizational Economics Perspective
Akifumi Ishihara
Conflict Management Framework
Takt Shishido
The State of Collaboration in Japanese Companies:
Focusing on the Relationship between the Team and the Individual
Hajime Ohta
Workgroup Diversity and Performance:
A Review of the Literature and Directions for Future Research
Tomohiko Tanikawa
Space Design and Physical Practices in Non-territorial Offces:
Achieving Creative Teamwork through Fluid Relocation
Shintaro Matsunaga
Osamu Umezaki
Makoto Fujimoto
Shingou Ikeda
Itaru Nishimura
Naonori Akiya

BOOK REVIEW

Yoko Kuroiwa Development of EU Anti-Sex Discrimination Law
― Formal Equality through Substantive Equality and beyond
Gong Min

BOOK NOTE

Osamu Umezaki,Shingou Ikeda,Makoto Fujimoto (eds.)
Guidebook of Research on Work and Workplaces
Yasunobu Tomita

ARTICLE TODAY

King, D. R., Bauer. F, Weng, Q. (D)., Schriber, S., and Tarba, S.“What, When, and Who:
Manager Involvement in Predicting Employee Resistance to Acquisition Integration”
Yurie Miura

FIELD EYE

A German Version of “Shuhari” Thought?
Kiwamu Goto

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