Kenichi Suzuki

Kenichi Suzuki

Discipline:
Critical and Analytical Skills
Courses:
Quantitative Analysis for Business
Education:
MBA, Booth School of Business, The University of Chicago
ME in Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Biography:

Mr. Suzuki is Secretary General of the Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University and is currently responsible for its administration. Thanks in part to his efforts, GLOBIS University was founded as one of the first corporate-owned graduate business schools in Japan in April 2006, and officially became an educational corporation in April 2008.

Mr. Suzuki is also an active member of GLOBIS University’s faculty. He teaches analytical skill-related courses such as critical thinking and quantitative analysis for business in the school's MBA programs. He also conducts corporate training programs for prominent Japanese corporations.

Before joining GLOBIS, Mr. Suzuki worked at the Nomura Research Institute, and then joined A.T. Kearney as a manager, where he worked as a management consultant in the manufacturing and telecommunication industries.

Faculty Message:

"There are two types of students in any B-school. For those who love numbers, I promise I'll take you to the wonderland of numbers. For those who hate numbers, I promise I'll help you get through the labyrinth of numbers."