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International consensus that the success of management leads to achieving the goals that the institution aspires to achieve, and this matter is not achieved arbitrarily, but by adopting the best ways of organizing and taking the best paths.
Achieving success in managing the institution, whether it is large or small, starting from the family institution to the largest institution, requires the adoption of successful administrative methods, which are determined by the senior management, who has the task of formulating the administrative policy that is consistent with the reality of work and achieving the advancement of performance.
Whoever follows the administrative process before, during and after the Industrial Revolution finds that there are theories of economic and social scientists that organized each stage and focused on all stages of performance from the head of the institution to the managers down to the workers, and how to achieve job satisfaction, which results in high production in harmony with the objectives of the institution.
Several theories that organized the joints of management go back to different international schools, what we are trying to focus on is the Japanese administration, which adopted new methods through which it was able to make success a joint responsibility and achieve the goal sought by all members of the institution without exception, and this made everyone work for qualitative production in the service institution or productivity.
Many and many issues made the Japanese administration take the lead in the organizational scene in the success of the performance of institutions and their advantage over other countries of the world, as it focused on the joint of mutual trust between the individual and the institution, as well as the paternalistic management by the head of the institution or the manager.
Here we can benefit from the Japanese administration as long as we are a country that possesses all the ingredients for success and achieving sustainable development, especially since the problem lies in the administrative aspects, as it is possible to adopt and adopt the Japanese management methods to achieve success and transfer the national economy and services to a new stage that the Iraqi citizen has been looking forward to since the early days of the stage Change.
Iraq is in dire need to adopt such global experiences, which have achieved widespread success worldwide, as the country is in dire need of getting out of the confusion in the performance that accompanies our service and production sectors.