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Makoto Tameda
Critical and Analytical Skills, Marketing and Strategy
“To become a business leader, it is essential to maintain a comprehensive and panoramic view, while always keeping ‘the real issue’ at the forefront of your mind. Join us in the endless struggle to get to the heart of the real issues in the world of Marketing and Strategy!”
Masaru Hoshino
Accounting and Finance, Management Philosophy, Specialization
"Welcome to the world of Finance ! In my class, I emphasize how important AND interesting it is to learn Finance as a necessary tool for you to become a business leader. By mastering this exciting subject you will be able to deepen your understanding on how business practice is structured based on Finance concepts. For example, you can understand what a world class automobile firm aims for OTHER THAN improving production efficiency by employing the just-in-time inventory system. Yes, Finance makes you to see the business world much more exciting !"
Megumi Taoka
Accounting and Finance, Organizational Behavior and HRM, Specialization
"Mastering accounting as a common language of business has never been so relevant and exciting for us all. Accounting can serve as the global language, allowing us to travel anywhere and reach whomever we make business with. On the other hand, emotional intelligence, as the basis for effective organizational behavior, allows us to connect and collaborate on a deeper level. Interestingly, if you understand that accounting is merely a tool to translate basic human behaviors into numbers, you will see how nicely financial literacy and emotional intelligence complement each other in actual management practice. I get great joy out of conducting training in these two different but equally important MBA skills. Be prepared to be good at both, as that’s what it takes to be a leader."
Meri Rosich
Specialization
Dr. Meri Rosich is CIO of BigData Innovation & Business Transformation in Japan. She specializes in marketing innovation and strategic business transformation, leading teams for top global firms such as American Express, Bertelsmann, Samsung, and docomo`s Oaklawn Marketing.
Michael Shell
Critical and Analytical Skills
"Learning is facilitated in an environment of openness, respect and curiosity. Students who are fully engaged, active participates and enjoy being challenged will get the most out of the class. The Critical Thinking course has been designed to develop leadership development skills by supporting students to clarify and organize their thoughts in a logical manner. They also develop the ability to influence others through persuasive communications."
Michelle Lim
Marketing and Strategy
Michelle Lim is a seasoned Design Thinker with a flair for art. Hailing from Malaysia, the cultural diversity piqued her interest in reading between the lines and facilitating a better understanding between people of different background and experience. She currently works as a Creative Consultant with JCE Japan Creative Enterprise, overseeing projects ranging from Inbound/Outbound Tourism to Talent Engagement, HR Strategy as well as Creativity.
Paris de l´Etraz
Innovation
Dr.Paris de l’Etraz has spent over 20 years in investment banking and venture capital, mainly at UBS Bank and ABN AMRO. Since 2005, he has continued to be in the business of either raising funds, setting up new companies, selling or buying companies through his group Amazing Lab. He has a keen interest for what makes an entrepreneur and what he/she needs to succeed. In particular he has focused on venture capital, digital marketing, sports management, renewable energy and new technology industries.
Philip Jones
Global/Asia/Japan, Innovation
We all have experiences, perspectives, insights and ideas that are germane to the study of business strategy. While the quality and originality of these ideas often have very little to do with the number of years a person has spent on the job it is by looking at the experiences and insights of those who have gone before us (i.e., the business leaders that you will meet in our case studies) that we gain the means by which to test the viability of these ideas.
Reiji Yamanaka
Creation, Specialization
Entrepreneurship is the critical component for us to 'create and innovate the society.' Then, how can we brush it up? We provide technical skills and knowledge, but that is not enough. I believe it is the 'virtual' experience of real startup that trains your entrepreneurship. Please enjoy our venture-related courses, and virtually experience your entrepreneurial journey, through case discussion, role-playing, and business planning.
Ryoko Takei
Marketing and Strategy
I personally believe marketing is fun as it is basically related to organizational growth -- the positive side of organizations. However, it is a professional process. When you conduct it, you need to know many theories and logical concepts and be accustomed to harmonizing these with the real world. Is it art or science? This is a common question in the marketing world. As a person who also has a pure art profession, my belief is that any profession has both aspects. I think marketing is 80 per cent science with a 20-per cent sense of art, and I need 20 per cent of science for my artistic profession. What do you think? I would love to hear your thoughts in my class.
Satoshi Hirose
Innovation, Management Philosophy
"Sound management would create competitive organization, while loose management would guide company to difficulties in long-run, and make stakeholders, including employees and their families, facing unexpected tough environment. Finance is an excellent tool to examine current situation with fact and logic, and also to evaluate impact and feasibility of strategic options. Everybody need NOT to become financial specialist, at all. However understanding how to use finance would be indispensible to become good management officer. My class is designed to create good management officer, instead of financial specialist."
Satoshi Ito
Accounting and Finance
During your studies at GLOBIS, it is important to keep clear goals in mind at all times. What you should aim to learn is not just academic knowledge, but practical skills and a mindset which can be used in real business situations. This is one of the core benefits of the GLOBIS MBA.
Makoto Tameda
Makoto Tameda
Critical and Analytical Skills, Marketing and Strategy
“To become a business leader, it is essential to maintain a comprehensive and panoramic view, while always keeping ‘the real issue’ at the forefront of your mind. Join us in the endless struggle to get to the heart of the real issues in the world of Marketing and Strategy!”
Masaru Hoshino
Masaru Hoshino
Accounting and Finance, Management Philosophy, Specialization
"Welcome to the world of Finance ! In my class, I emphasize how important AND interesting it is to learn Finance as a necessary tool for you to become a business leader. By mastering this exciting subject you will be able to deepen your understanding on how business practice is structured based on Finance concepts. For example, you can understand what a world class automobile firm aims for OTHER THAN improving production efficiency by employing the just-in-time inventory system. Yes, Finance makes you to see the business world much more exciting !"
Megumi Taoka
Megumi Taoka
Accounting and Finance, Organizational Behavior and HRM, Specialization
"Mastering accounting as a common language of business has never been so relevant and exciting for us all. Accounting can serve as the global language, allowing us to travel anywhere and reach whomever we make business with. On the other hand, emotional intelligence, as the basis for effective organizational behavior, allows us to connect and collaborate on a deeper level. Interestingly, if you understand that accounting is merely a tool to translate basic human behaviors into numbers, you will see how nicely financial literacy and emotional intelligence complement each other in actual management practice. I get great joy out of conducting training in these two different but equally important MBA skills. Be prepared to be good at both, as that’s what it takes to be a leader."
Meri Rosich
Meri Rosich
Specialization
Dr. Meri Rosich is CIO of BigData Innovation & Business Transformation in Japan. She specializes in marketing innovation and strategic business transformation, leading teams for top global firms such as American Express, Bertelsmann, Samsung, and docomo`s Oaklawn Marketing.
Michael Shell
Michael Shell
Critical and Analytical Skills
"Learning is facilitated in an environment of openness, respect and curiosity. Students who are fully engaged, active participates and enjoy being challenged will get the most out of the class. The Critical Thinking course has been designed to develop leadership development skills by supporting students to clarify and organize their thoughts in a logical manner. They also develop the ability to influence others through persuasive communications."
Michelle Lim
Michelle Lim
Marketing and Strategy
Michelle Lim is a seasoned Design Thinker with a flair for art. Hailing from Malaysia, the cultural diversity piqued her interest in reading between the lines and facilitating a better understanding between people of different background and experience. She currently works as a Creative Consultant with JCE Japan Creative Enterprise, overseeing projects ranging from Inbound/Outbound Tourism to Talent Engagement, HR Strategy as well as Creativity.
Paris de l´Etraz
Paris de l´Etraz
Innovation
Dr.Paris de l’Etraz has spent over 20 years in investment banking and venture capital, mainly at UBS Bank and ABN AMRO. Since 2005, he has continued to be in the business of either raising funds, setting up new companies, selling or buying companies through his group Amazing Lab. He has a keen interest for what makes an entrepreneur and what he/she needs to succeed. In particular he has focused on venture capital, digital marketing, sports management, renewable energy and new technology industries.
Philip Jones
Philip Jones
Global/Asia/Japan, Innovation
We all have experiences, perspectives, insights and ideas that are germane to the study of business strategy. While the quality and originality of these ideas often have very little to do with the number of years a person has spent on the job it is by looking at the experiences and insights of those who have gone before us (i.e., the business leaders that you will meet in our case studies) that we gain the means by which to test the viability of these ideas.
Reiji Yamanaka
Reiji Yamanaka
Creation, Specialization
Entrepreneurship is the critical component for us to 'create and innovate the society.' Then, how can we brush it up? We provide technical skills and knowledge, but that is not enough. I believe it is the 'virtual' experience of real startup that trains your entrepreneurship. Please enjoy our venture-related courses, and virtually experience your entrepreneurial journey, through case discussion, role-playing, and business planning.
Ryoko Takei
Ryoko Takei
Marketing and Strategy
I personally believe marketing is fun as it is basically related to organizational growth -- the positive side of organizations. However, it is a professional process. When you conduct it, you need to know many theories and logical concepts and be accustomed to harmonizing these with the real world. Is it art or science? This is a common question in the marketing world. As a person who also has a pure art profession, my belief is that any profession has both aspects. I think marketing is 80 per cent science with a 20-per cent sense of art, and I need 20 per cent of science for my artistic profession. What do you think? I would love to hear your thoughts in my class.
Satoshi Hirose
Satoshi Hirose
Innovation, Management Philosophy
"Sound management would create competitive organization, while loose management would guide company to difficulties in long-run, and make stakeholders, including employees and their families, facing unexpected tough environment. Finance is an excellent tool to examine current situation with fact and logic, and also to evaluate impact and feasibility of strategic options. Everybody need NOT to become financial specialist, at all. However understanding how to use finance would be indispensible to become good management officer. My class is designed to create good management officer, instead of financial specialist."
Satoshi Ito
Satoshi Ito
Accounting and Finance
During your studies at GLOBIS, it is important to keep clear goals in mind at all times. What you should aim to learn is not just academic knowledge, but practical skills and a mindset which can be used in real business situations. This is one of the core benefits of the GLOBIS MBA.