Satoshi Hirose

Satoshi Hirose

Dean, Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University (English Program)
Secretary General, Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University
Executive Trustee, Educational Corporation of GLOBIS University
Discipline:
Innovation
Management Philosophy
Accounting and Finance
Courses:
Education:
MSIA/MBA, Carnegie Mellon University
BA in Economics, Keio University

Biography:

Mr. Hirose Satoshi is a professor and the Dean at the Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University. He teaches Finance, Financial Reorganization, Global Strategy, Leadership, and Management Philosophy for both the Japanese and English MBA programs. Before joining GLOBIS, Mr. Hirose turned around and launched a new business as SVP/Co-COO of BELLSYSTEM24, the largest CRM company in Japan, after it was acquired by Bain Capital.
 
Mr. Hirose started his career as a derivatives trader and corporate risk manager. He then joined A.T. Kearney as a management consultant specializing in corporate strategy development/implementation, corporate transformation, merger and acquisition arrangements and post-merger integration, for various companies in Japan and Asia. 
Later, he took the role of corporate executive officer, VP in charge of operations and technology, chief of staffs, and project management officer at AIG/AIU. There, Mr. Hirose led several corporate transition programs including a turnaround after the financial crisis in 2008.
 

Publications:

Mr. Hirose has abundant experience regarding strategic management decisions and regularly contributes to various business magazines. He was appointed co-author and translator of the book "Credit Risk Management" (Sigma Base Capital).

Faculty Message:

"Sound management would create a competitive organization, while loose management would guide a company to difficulties in the long run, and make stakeholders, including employees and their families, facing an unexpected tough environment. Finance is an excellent tool to examine the current situation with facts and logic, and also to evaluate the impact and feasibility of strategic options.

Everybody need NOT to become a financial specialist, at all. However, understanding how to use finance would be indispensible to become a good management officer.

My class is designed to create good management officers, instead of financial specialists."