一橋大学ビジネススクール名和高司教授(HBS MBA 1990)「パーパス経営」セミナー
“From Capitalism to Purposism” by Professor Takashi Nawa of Hitotsubashi Business School (Harvard Business School MBA Class of 1990)
Successful Japanese companies have historically pursued the purpose of the company and yet continued to pivot its management model to adapt to the changing environment. This art of balance act between purpose and pivot, which the speaker calls "dynamic equilibrium", has provided them the power of continuous growth and resilience, which will become more crucial in the post Covit-19 environment.
The speaker will articulate this Japanese management model formula by illustrating success cases such as Toyota, Sony, Kyocera, NIDEC, and Fast Retailing
セミナー日時：2021年10月11日（月） 20：00～21 : 00
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Seminar date and time: 20:00-21:00 JST 11th October 2021
The seminar will be in English.
Professor Nawa worked at McKinsey & Company for two decades as a Director of the firm and serviced the manufacturing sector as Practice Leader for the Asia-Pacific Region, and the telecom, media, and high-tech sectors as Practice Leader of the Japan office.
Currently serves some listed companies (incl., Fast Retailing, Ajinomoto, SOMPO Holdings) as a board director and is a senior advisor and consultant to a number of global companies (incl., Accenture, Interbrand)
Organizing the CSV(creating shared value) Forum, which brings together representatives of nearly 30 major Japanese companies to develop a next-generation CSV model from Japan for global markets.
Published various books and articles, including, “Purposism”. “Inamori & Nagamori, Kyoto-based Purpose Management”, “J-CSV”, “Transformation Management”, “Familiarity Advantage”.