Name Instructor Course Date Japanese-American Seating Inc. Japanese-American seating Inc. is a partnership venture between a seat manufacturer in Japan and a seat assembler based in Michigan. Following the growth and development of the automotive industry based in North America JASI Inc. felt the need of rethinking and revisiting its functionality. The development of vehicle companies such as Toyota and Ford and the increased production of vehicles increased the demand which strengthens the relationships with Orion. In the cross-cultural environment management it was quite challenging for Neetham but the management function continued. There are disagreements in meetings and with his superiors but he is still expected to bring sanity and understanding. The differences between the Japanese and Americans were many regarding workforce and policies and it was expected that as the general manager all would be dealt with at his watch. [...]
Now that you've read the Japanese American Seating CasePreview the document (PDF) you will need to answers the questions below. If you wish to view the rubric, select the gear icon on the upper right hand corner and select "Show Rubric" from the drop-down menu. Element 1: Answer the following in a well written comprehensive answer (no less than 350 words). 1. What are the objectives of the two partners? How has the joint venture performed to date? What have been the key factors contributing to this performance? 2. What do you see as the appropriate role for Needham in the management of the JASI joint venture?