RSS twitter

Ki and Management

Ki Vol.9: The Contemporary Meaning of Yomeigaku
Dec 26, 2014 COLUMN

Ki Vol.9: The Contemporary Meaning of Yomeigaku

In this series of columns, Tomoya Nakamura, Dean, Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University, explores the characteristics of Japanese Management and its relation to Eastern Philosophy.

more


Ki - Vol.8: Who Becomes Top Management, Who Doesn't?
Dec 18, 2012 COLUMN

Ki - Vol.8: Who Becomes Top Management, Who Doesn't?

In this column, Dean of GLOBIS University Tomoya Nakamura explores the characteristics of Japanese Management and the relation to Eastern philosophy. In the 8th volume, he considers common features of people who reach top management.

more


Ki - Vol.7: Position Power and Knowledge Power
Mar 05, 2012 COLUMN

Ki - Vol.7: Position Power and Knowledge Power

In this column, Deputy Dean of GLOBIS University Tomoya Nakamura explores the characteristics of Japanese Management and the relation to Eastern philosophy. In the 7th volume, he considers organizations in the knowledge industry and how managers should utilize the talent of their staff to develop their organization.

more


Ki - Vol.6: The Implications of the Katsuma (3D) Mandala
Feb 27, 2012 COLUMN

Ki - Vol.6: The Implications of the Katsuma (3D) Mandala

In this column, Deputy Dean of GLOBIS University Tomoya Nakamura explores the characteristics of Japanese Management and their relation to Eastern philosophy. In this piece, the sixth volume in this series, he reflects on the Three-Dimensional Mandala created by the Buddhist priest Kobo Daishi, and thinks about the message it implies to business people today.

more


Ki - Vol.5: Ki and Physical Intuition
Feb 20, 2012 COLUMN

Ki - Vol.5: Ki and Physical Intuition

In this column, Deputy Dean of GLOBIS University Tomoya Nakamura explores the characteristics of Japanese Management and their relation to Eastern philosophy. In this volume, he considers the relation between Ki and the sense of physical intuition in Japan and reflects on how to leverage Ki in one's daily business life.

more


Ki and Management
Ki Vol.9: The Contemporary Meaning of Yomeigaku
Ki - Vol.8: Who Becomes Top Management, Who Doesn't?
Ki - Vol.7: Position Power and Knowledge Power
Marginalia
Marginalia Vol.8: Will Innovation Fail Us?
Marginalia Vol.7: So Hard to Save and Invest
Marginalia Vol.6: Japan and Expectations for Growth
Occam's Razor
How I learned not to teach: Focus on the peak, not the precipice
Occam’s Razor 11: More is not better, but less is more
Occam’s Razor 10: Go Ahead and Laugh
Books
Selfless Management, Japanese-Style
Beacon Reports
Talking (or not talking) about the hard issues of fiscal sustainability
How a New Generation of Entrepreneur is Forging the Face of New Japan
MBA Buzz
MBA Buzz: Visiting Kenja Corp at Roppongi Academyhills
Japan and Belgium: challenges when exporting specialty products to Japan
Japan and Belgium: Gourmet nations exporting their food and drink culture as a concept
Beyond 3/11
Beyond 3/11: My newly revised personal mission
Beyond 3/11: When there is a will, there is a way
Beyond 3/11: Four lessons for sustainable business
Of Place and Wind
Of Place and Wind 13: High above the clouds on my way back from Europe
Of Place and Wind 12: Of shrines, temples and churches
Of Place and Wind 11: The most beautiful toilet
Views from an Entrepreneur
The Best Way to Learn from your Mistakes? Ignore Them.
One key for a happy family: Father-son Bonding Trips
Declutter Your Mind. Simplify your Life: This is Mindfulness, Japanese-style
Speakers' Corner
To become a better leader, become a better presenter