Throughout previous chapters, I argue that Japanese-type organizations, institutions, and systems are the typical examples suffering from the pathology of collective myopia. However, collective myopia has prevailed and will prevail beyond time and spatial dimensions, as I mentioned in Chapter 1. Theoretically speaking, organizations featuring the characteristics of normcracy are inclined to be in ... [Show full abstract] the condition of collective myopia whether symptoms directly induce hazards, tragic accidents, white-collar crimes, and total institutional meltdowns or not. Socio-cultural and institutional environments also amplify the inadequate features of normcracy. These external and institutional environments are largely shared in Confucian Far-Eastern Asian societies.