Japan’s self-inflicted glass ceiling

As a Japanese executive, who worked 23 years for U.S investment bank Goldman Sachs, I have always been puzzled by how few Japanese rise to the top ranks of foreign firms in Japan. In posts where dealing directly with Japanese clients is the key to success …
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