There are quite marked differences between the two management styles. In Japan, the employees consider it an honor to spend their entire career at one organization while this does not happen in US as a result these managers know each and every thing about their companies and stay there long enough to get their plans implemented. Their experience is also limited and the US manager has more experience in dealing with ambiguous situations. The management of people in Japanese firms revolves around company loyalty but the US managers accept that even their best employees can leave. The salary and benefits in the US are linked to the performance of the employees but in Japanese culture employees have ob security and the firms do not cut down when there is an economic downturn. The basics of the work systems are different and the management styles differ according to these work ethics.