Synonyms for kageyo or Related words with kageyo
Examples of "kageyo"
Ngororero district is divided into 13 sectors ("imirenge"): Bwira, Gatumba, Hindiro, Kabaya,
, Kavumu, Matyazo, Muhanda, Muhororo, Ndaro, Ngororero, Nyange and Sovu.
Gatsibo district is divided into 14 sectors ("imirenge"): Gasange, Gatsibo, Gitoki, Kabarore,
, Kiramuruzi, Kiziguro, Muhura, Murambi, Ngarama, Nyagihanga, Remera, Rugarama and Rwimbogo.
Gicumbi district is divided into 21 sectors ("imirenge"): Bukure, Bwisige, Byumba, Cyumba, Giti, Kaniga, Manyagiro, Miyove,
, Mukarange, Muko, Mutete, Nyamiyaga, Nyankenke II, Rubaya, Rukomo, Rushaki, Rutare, Ruvune, Rwamiko and Shangasha.
His debut at "Kōhaku Uta Gassen" was in 1968, singing "Hana To Chō". His 1974 Japan Record Award-winning song "Erimo Misaki" was composed by Takuro Yoshida. His 1982 song "Fuyu no Riviera" was composed by Eiichi Ohtaki, former member of Happy End. His song "Ofukuro san" was covered by Sharam Q in their 1997 album "Sharam Q no Enka no Hanamichi". His 2003 song "Ōkami Tachi no Tōboe" was written and composed by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi. His 2004 song "Saraba Seishun no
" was written by Izumi Sakai.
Kazutaka Kogi (born 1933) is a Japanese academic known for his contributions to simple, low-cost interventions in small manufacturing enterprises that improve the working conditions for the employees and at the same time also improve the overall productivity of the workforce. The interventions are based on simple and low-cost modifications, on local solutions to highly specific local problems and specifically on the collaboration between the shopfloor and the managerial level. This collaborative or participatory approach is possible because the intervention is presented as a win-win situation for both parties. Kazutaka Kogi and his colleague
Noro are considered to have founded the concept of participatory ergonomics in Singapore in 1983
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