Kenya Yoshino

Kenya Yoshino

Management Philosophy
Organizational Behavior and HRM
MA in Public Administration, Graduate School Division of Public Administration, International Christian University
BA in Social Science, International Christian University


Mr. Yoshino has taught at GLOBIS University for nearly 10 years and has extensive expertise teaching leadership development, organizational development, and management philosophy. Mr Yoshino is currently the manager of GLOBIS Asia Campus Pte. Ltd.

Upon joining GLOBIS in 2007, Mr. Yoshino was involved in the launch of the Part-time MBA program in English in 2009, and the launch of the Full-time MBA program in 2012. He also created the Corporate Mentorship Program to facilitate collaboration between GLOBIS University and more than 100 corporate partners.

Mr. Yoshino’s professional experience includes working at the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), where he worked on a large variety of global health care projects with international organizations. He then moved to a human resource assessment firm where he deepened his specialty in the area of leadership and organizational development.

Faculty Message:

In a fast changing world where everything seems volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA), leadership with a sense of mission that leads organizations and people to success, happiness, and fulfillment is needed more than ever. By joining our course, you'll learn the basic frameworks and the necessary mindset required as a leader, to lead your people and organization in a variety of circumstances. You'll also learn the basic expectations that will be required of you as a leader and have opportunities to consider how you can lead in your own way. I’m looking forward to having an active discussion in class with you.