19:30 - 21:30 (Japan Standard Time) with Megumi Taoka Register Now Details
Explore the GLOBIS MBA through a Trial Class, learn practical business skills, and take the first step forwards a life-changing experience.
The globalized economy has made cross-cultural skills a necessity for any thriving businessperson. This is especially a big challenge in Japan, where cultural gaps with the rest of the world are seemingly large.
At this interactive online Trial Class, GLOBIS lecturer Megumi Taoka will share insights into practical ways of looking at cultural differences and leveraging cultural intelligence to gain influence in a global business environment.
Participants will have the chance to discuss how to identify different cultural behaviors as well as the impacts of biases and stereotyping in the business environments through engaging with short case studies and get a glimpse of what is taught at the MBA course “Cross Cultural Management”.
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 signing in at least 5 minutes early)
- Please try to have earphones, 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
DateFriday, February 5, 2021
Time19:30-21:30 (Japan Standard Time)
Registration FeeFree of charge
20:50Q&A with the lecturer
21:10MBA Program Info
21:20Admission Q&A and Wrap-up
MBA, Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba BA in Philosophy, Keio University Megumi Taoka has extensive experience in teaching and research in higher education for business professionals. Her areas of expertise include financial analysis, cross-cultural management, and business ethics. Based on her corporate experiences at global companies in London, New York and Tokyo, she advocates the significance of cultural intelligence in leadership. She supervised the Japanese translation of "The Culture Map (異文化理解力) ", one of the most popular books among expats and leaders in global businesses. She earned her MBA from the University of Tsukuba. Read more