Message from the lecturer, Tomoya Nakamura:
Many people have questioned why Japanese products are so precise and why Japanese services are so thoroughly conducted. By looking into Japanese history and arts, I would like to share with you what has been the center of focus in Japanese society. Having this understanding, I believe, will not only help you in comprehending Japanese businesses, but also in making your own life more well-balanced and attuned to nature.
The following are some of the topics that will be discussed in the lecture:
- Japanese Arts
- Japanese Festivals
- Japanese View of Body/Mind/Spirit
- Common Global Movements
- Management theory (Theory U, Knowledge-Creating Company, 300-year-old companies)
After the lecture on Japanese Arts and Management, an Admission Advisor will give an orientation to GLOBIS University and our MBA programs, followed by GLOBIS alumni sharing their stories.
Notes about this interactive online event:
This event will be held live online. Upon registration, a link will be sent to your email address with a URL and details on how to join.
Some tips for the event:
- Join on time as the event will be live (we recommend joining at least 5 minutes early).
- Please try to have earphones, a microphone, and/or a webcam ready for a more interactive experience.
- Have a good time and don’t be shy to participate in the discussions.
|Date:||Thursday, May 25, 2023|
|Time:||6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (Pacific Daylight Time)|
|Registration Fee:||Free of charge|
|5:45 PM (PDT)||Reception Opens|
|6:00 PM (PDT)||Lecture on Japanese Arts & Management|
|6:40 PM (PDT)||Q&A for Lecture|
|6:50 PM (PDT)||GLOBIS MBA Information|
|7:15 PM (PDT)||Q&A and Wrap-up|
Tomoya Nakamura (Lecturer)
PRESIDENT, GLOBIS USA, INC.
Mr. Tomoya Nakamura serves as President of GLOBIS USA, Inc.
He started his professional career at Marubeni Corporation, reorganized an investment company at Advantage Partners, and was the Senior Managing Director of Sun-Life Corporation (TSE 7040). At Sun-Life he introduced a progressive ESOP for more than 250 employees including part-time workers.
He served as Dean of the English MBA Programs at GLOBIS University while also starting the GLOBIS global training business and continues to serve as the main facilitator for various corporate clients. He primarily lectures on leadership, kokorozashi, and globalization.