8 edition of Blue-Eyed Salaryman found in the catalog.
April 1, 2006 by Profile Books Limited .
Written in English
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Blue-Eyed Salaryman: From World Traveller to Lifer at Mitsubishi by Niall Murtagh In an unusual turn of events, the author was travelling around the world when he decided to accept a job in the mega corporation that is Mitsubishi. The term ‘salaryman’ is a colloquialism that the Japanese use for corporate employees. - Explore txdancerny's board "Books Worth Reading", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Books, Reading and Books to read pins. Book. Niall Murtagh The Blue-Eyed Salaryman. Book. Niall Music. Musician/Band. Niall Music. Musician. Niall My Dulce Duende Favorito. Artist. Niall My Irish Price. Community. Niall My Irresistible Latigable Horan. Musician/Band. Niall My Lovee. Musician/Band.
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Blue-Eyed Salaryman book The Blue-Eyed Salaryman is Niall Murtagh's account of his decade-plus working for Mitsubishi in Japan. After graduating from university inthe Irishman spent much of the next decade backpacking around the world, but an offer of free graduate education led him to Japan/5.
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The story starts when he joins the R&D department at Mitsubishi in the early At the beginning he was a contract worker, but eventually he became a normal lifetime salaryman/5(16). His book on life in a Blue-Eyed Salaryman book Japanese multinational, "The Blue-Eyed Salaryman" has been published in several languages, including Japanese.
He currently teaches at Hosei University, Tokyo. Frågor & svar. The book follows life after the corporation, giving fresh perspectives on the nature of Japanese business culture and the problems faced by outsiders in Japan.
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In he closed the door on his adventurous life and settled down in Japan, eventually joining Mitsubishi as a Salaryman - a man in a shiny suit with a shiny attache case in a conglomerate withemployees.
About the Author Niall Murtagh is Blue-Eyed Salaryman book author and translator specialising in technology and corporate culture. His book on life in a large Japanese multinational, "The Blue-Eyed Salaryman" has been published in several languages, including Japanese.
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Get this from a library. Blue Eyed Salaryman: From world traveller to lifer at Mitsubishi. [Niall Murtagh] -- Why on earth would anyone give up a life on the open road for the regimen of a vast Japanese conglomerate.
And is it really so different in Japan from everywhere else. Niall Murtagh spent years as a. The Blue-eyed Salaryman: From World Traveller to Lifer at Mitsubishi By Niall Murtagh Paperback,pages, very good condition Why on earth would a.
"The Blue-eyed Salaryman" is Irishman Niall Murtagh's account of working for Mitsubishi. It's not quite a tell-all: colleagues' names are disguised with cu Real Estate.
Murtagh's book, The Blue-Eyed Salaryman, is a rare treat not only for its gently woven and simply told account of the unique and ever-stereotyped Japanese corporate culture, but for the author's warmth towards his colleagues as individuals.
Get this from a library. The blue-eyed salaryman: from world traveller to lifer at Mitsubishi. [Niall Murtagh] -- "Niall Murtagh spent his twenties on the open road: hitchhiking to Istanbul, crossing the Atlantic in a home-built yacht and trekking through Patagonia.
In. The Blue-Eyed Salaryman is a book that talks about Niall Murtagh, a native of Dublin who spent most of his life hitchhiking all around the world. He ended up being a “salaryman” in Mitsubishi. So far, the book is quite informative in terms of the cultural differences and how to “live” in Japan, and more preceisely, be a Mitsubishi employee.
THE BLUE-EYED SALARY MAN. From World Traveller to Lifer at Mitsubishi. by (as required by the Mitsubishi rulebook). He moves from city to city, as necessary. He assumes the suitable salaryman style, paying due obeisance to the honor of the corporation.
our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your Author: Niall Murtagh. (ebook) Blue Eyed Salaryman () from Dymocks online store. Why on earth would anyone give up a life on the open road.
The Blue-Eyed Salaryman is a book that talks about Niall Murtagh, a native of Dublin who spent most of his life hitchhiking all around the world. He ended up being a “salaryman” in Mitsubishi. The Japan Times Online Articles 06/17/ AM Niall Murtagh begins "The Blue-Eyed Salaryman" with good humor and a wry, self-deprecating smile: Which is when the idea of a book was born, to explain to the world how Mitsubishi life was at the same time weird, tough and.
The Blue-Eyed Salaryman – Niall Murtagh, a story about what it’s like to live in Japan and work for a large Japanese company. A little superficial but can be good as a first introduction to the concept of ‘the salaryman’.
Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden, romanticized (and not always correct) novel about the life of a geisha. The book is pieced together through interviews, old letters, diaries and photographs, which all come together to create a mosaic of a family that while diverse shares universal family experiences.
The Blue-Eyed Salaryman: From World Traveller to Lifer at Mitsubishi by Niall MurtaghAuthor: Lucy Dayman. SIDELIGHTS: Niall Murtagh has had a wide-ranging career working mainly in the Far East, and is a longtime resident of Japan. In his first book, The Blue-Eyed Salaryman: From World Traveller to Lifer at Mitsubishi, the author chronicles his younger days as a world traveler and then his decision to.
Blue Eyed Salaryman was pretty good, I've been meaning to pick up Underground but I heard the English version was severely abridged - what did you think of it?. I found Bruce Feiler's Learning to Bow to be the best book on teaching English in Japan; there are many such books, and this one is quite old, but it was better than any of the others I've read.
Niall Murtagh grew up in Dublin. After hitchhiking across Europe, Asia, Australia and Latin America in the s, he settled down in Japan, first as a student, then as an ordinary employee of Mitsubishi.
He has written for various publications, in both English and Japanese, on travel, technology and corporate culture. He works as a translator and lectures in Hosei University, Tokyo.
Entitled The Blue-Eyed Salaryman: From World Traveller to Lifer at Mitsubishi, it was published by Profile Books in London and subsequently translated into German, Russian, Japanese and other.
The Blue-Eyed Salaryman, an engaging account of an Irish man's experiences in a Japanese company has only fuelled my fascination with this strange and intriguing vise films such as Visitor Q and Ichi The Killer portray the Japanese as a violent, weird and subversive race, but these films only sctratch the surface.
Niall Murtagh spent years travelling around the world, sleeping in. This book follows Olivia, a year-old girl living in the suburbs with her mother and father. The story kicks off with new neighbors (Kara, the daughter, Rhea, the mother, and Sybil, the grandmother) moving in across the street who turn out to be a little removed from 'normal'.
Well, "The Blue-eyed Salaryman" is just such as book. It is a story about a westerner (an Irish, actually) who spent his earlier years travelling the world over and yet ended up as a paid employee - a salaryman - in one of Japan's largest conglomerates.
Yet, the author is not recounting any significant achievement worthy of an inspiring lesson. Looking for books about foreigners' experiences in Japan.
Hi r/japan, The Blue-Eyed Salaryman by Niall Murtagh. Yokohama Yankee by Leslie Helm. Not a book, but A Life in Japan - Documentary has been great.
Could you recommend anything similar to this. Thanks a lot. 10 comments. Life in Japan is a life you can get nowhere else on this planet. The culture is completely isolated from the rest of the world. I live in Fukuoka City, something like Pune for India.
Not big as Tokyo/Osaka, definitely not as international. It is a. City Spy. Read preview. Article excerpt. IN his excellent new book, The Blue-Eyed Salaryman, Niall Murtagh recounts the experience of working in the offices of Mitsubishi Electric in Tokyo.
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