Industrial products make high quality that the whole world wants to have.They were always good at that and they continued. I would say that it was a combination of hard work, innovation and good quality delivery. The quality of the engineers, the managers and the politics did the rest.
Because of their extraordinary ice-cream.That ice cream applied in hard and clever working. Zealous in the use of their minds in the construction and manufacture of things, in their discipline of focusing on and bending to be productive, in their concentration of their whole being at that point.
A number of factors have been played in which Germany was once again on the feet after the Second World War.
- They lay in the frontline with the Eastern bloc.
That means that a lot of Western countries had an interest in making Germany a front in the case of a ground war with the Eastern Bloc. That works best if the residents feel guilty and don’t have the idea of being exploited, so they will want to fight against the attackers from the east.
But since they had an economy based on construction and not services, they had products to sell. In addition, they had a lot of expertise in the field of production goods in the run-up to the war and during the war. So when they were after the rebuild MBV. were able to produce the Marshall aid, they ended up in a world economy that mainly wanted to have products. The Netherlands has benefited from this as an intermediary trader and carrier.
Certainly the part that trains for production jobs is still based on the master/companion principle. Pupils learn from their master on the shop floor what is expected of them and that is superior quality for many products. In addition, Germany has a number of very good and high quality technical colleges, who deliver graduates who know how to deliver good research in the field of materials that form the basis for the production process.
With the result that they have done their best to pay off that debt.
After the 2nd WO it was ensured that Germany could rebuild itself as soon as possible, without any major recovery payments such as after the 1st WO.
They did this, among other things, by focusing on the best possible facilitation of the industry. In The Netherlands We know the Polder model, but that could also have been called the RIJNLANDSE model. Consultation between all parties of politics, employer and employees.
That means that power does not light with the German government, but with the States and their governments.
Finally of course the German attitude or also called Deutsche Gr眉ndlichkeit.You don’t make anything to earn money from it. You make something good to earn money with it.
Furthermore, German society is a class society.You have workers and executives. But leaders are permeated by their responsibility towards workers. For example, you also saw this in the German army. You could only become an officer if, after training, you had demonstrated in practice the work of a soldier and be able to take responsibility as a manager. So not like in the rest of the world: You do the training, so be your officer whether or not you feel responsible for your men.
In such a society, everyone works to improve society.This in contrast to a society like that of the US where you will be given a dream, that if you work hard then you become rich. In German Society You can hear hard work whether you are rich or not, because you have that responsibility towards your neighbors, your colleague, your boss, your children, your wife, your friends.
In this sense, the German and Japanese culture resembles each other.And Japan also had a strong turnout due to a constant need for kaizen (incremental improvement to improve the quality of your product.)