Practical Management Philosophy
Practical Management Lessons from the Founder of Panasonic

“This collection sets forth my management principles, or my management philosophy; that is, my basic thoughts on how to manage an enterprise based on 60 years of experience and lessons learned. The term “management philosophy” sounds perhaps a bit grandiose, as this work is neither the result of disciplined academic study nor a systematically developed treatise. Rather, it is a compilation of practical lessons which, in my experience, will surely create the foundations for success for any company that builds its management upon them.” (from the Preface)


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112 pages

Sample Pages





      1. First Establish a Management Philosophy

      2. Always Think in Terms of Seisei Hatten

      3. Understand Human Nature

      4. Fully Understand the Mission

      5. Follow Natural Law ·

      6. Regard Profits as a Reward

      7. Promote Mutual Prosperity ·

      8. Assume the Public is Right

      9. Believe You Will Succeed

     10. Strive for Autonomy

     11. “Dam” Management ·

     12. Sound Management Practice

     13. Be Committed to Specialization

     14. People before Products

     15. Collective Wisdom

     16. Harmony in Opposition

     17. Creative Management

     18. Start Anew Every Day 

     19. Be Politically Aware

     20. The Sunao Mind