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Yoshiro Ozeki
Innovation
"When you face a corporate decline or even a crisis, how do you respond? How do you develop a strategic plan to mitigate or solve the situation? Your plan may include; what you’d do, in what order you’d execute, what you do not do, and your milestone and timeline among others. Each turnaround situation is unique and you must be able to customize your approach to it. Also please note in the turnaround situation, the time is of essence. This class will help you prepare better when you face the turnaround and must build your strategy fast. If you know beforehand a textbook approach and a checklist, your knowledge will assist you to make a head start."
Yoshitaka Saeki
Accounting and Finance
Finance can be one of the most challenging courses in that it requires extensive quantitative analyses and an accurate output of numbers. At the same time, it is rewarding because finance is an essential tool for managers who want to create values and measure them. Effective managers need to be able to make decisions and communicate in terms of numbers. In my class, I try to bring in real-world settings through vigorous class discussions. The more you are committed, the more you’ll find your learning experiences rewarding.
Yoshito Hori
Management Philosophy
Mr. Hori founded the Young Entrepreneurs' Organization (YEO) Japan Chapter and became the first board member in charge of the YEO Asia Pacific region. He also served as the first Japanese representative on the World Economic Forum's New Asian Leaders Executive Committee and is a member of the Harvard Business School Alumni Board. Currently, he is serving as a member of the board of the Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives) and the Japan Private Equity Association.
Yoshiro Ozeki
Yoshiro Ozeki
Innovation
"When you face a corporate decline or even a crisis, how do you respond? How do you develop a strategic plan to mitigate or solve the situation? Your plan may include; what you’d do, in what order you’d execute, what you do not do, and your milestone and timeline among others. Each turnaround situation is unique and you must be able to customize your approach to it. Also please note in the turnaround situation, the time is of essence. This class will help you prepare better when you face the turnaround and must build your strategy fast. If you know beforehand a textbook approach and a checklist, your knowledge will assist you to make a head start."
Yoshitaka Saeki
Yoshitaka Saeki
Accounting and Finance
Finance can be one of the most challenging courses in that it requires extensive quantitative analyses and an accurate output of numbers. At the same time, it is rewarding because finance is an essential tool for managers who want to create values and measure them. Effective managers need to be able to make decisions and communicate in terms of numbers. In my class, I try to bring in real-world settings through vigorous class discussions. The more you are committed, the more you’ll find your learning experiences rewarding.
Yoshito Hori
Yoshito Hori
Management Philosophy
Mr. Hori founded the Young Entrepreneurs' Organization (YEO) Japan Chapter and became the first board member in charge of the YEO Asia Pacific region. He also served as the first Japanese representative on the World Economic Forum's New Asian Leaders Executive Committee and is a member of the Harvard Business School Alumni Board. Currently, he is serving as a member of the board of the Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives) and the Japan Private Equity Association.