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The idea that "people are more important than money" that Japanese companies once held was not idealistic at all. It was a practical advantage, and that was the strength that led businesses to prosperity. However, Japanese companies ran for money rather than people, followed American-style management superficially, and fell into low flying with low productivity and low wages. How can we get out of this "negative spiral"? Keio University Associate Professor, who was born in Heisei and the first Doctor of Management in the history of Tokyo University, released an all-out theory on the revival of Japanese companies.