11:00 - 13:30 with Anthony Blick Register Now Details
Experience an MBA Trial Class, learn valuable business skills, and take your first step into Japan's leading international network.
Critical thinking; the ability to analyze information, think logically, make a reasoned judgement and find the best solution is one of the most in-demand skills of tomorrow. According to the World Economic Forum, Critical Thinking was named one of the "Top 10 Skills" needed in 2020.
In this interactive on-campus trial class, the lecturer will:
- Introduce you to critical thinking concepts and frameworks
- Demonstrate how to approach complex business problems
- Show you how to perform critical evaluations free from preconceptions and bias
- Identify new ways of solving problems
Who should attend: Critical thinking is a fundamental skill for every business person, regardless of industry, area of responsibility, or age. This class is recommended for those who want to improve their problem-solving skills and their ability to communicate and convince stakeholders.
DateSaturday, August 31, 2019
WhereGLOBIS Tokyo Campus
Registration FeeFree of charge
10:30Reception and Individual Q&A
11:00Introduction to our MBA Programs
13:00Graduate speech, Q&A and networking
BS, University of Kansas Mr. Blick has over 20 years of experience as a PR & marketing professional, consultant, corporate trainer and educator in numerous multi-cultural environments across a wide range of industries and has worked with some of the top brands in the world from consumer goods, finance and banking, automotive, transportation, and technology. He has extensive experience working in global and domestic PR agencies in Tokyo overseeing client services, leading account teams, and developing new and existing business. Mr. Blick is currently an independent PR & marketing consultant and recruits for the industry through an independent boutique HR consulting firm. He is also a corporate advisor to Kowa Shoji Co., Ltd., a Japanese corporation primarily engaged in real estate, manufacturing, and import-export. See full profile
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