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Kurtz Law

Chief Technovation Officer, JCE Japan Creative Enterprise

PhD Candidate, Bucharest University of Academic Studies
Mr. Law's field of study is robotics and AI with special focus on the future of work for human resources in Japanese organizations. He was originally trained as a software engineer at the University of Kent at Canterbury, but later found his calling in education. His 10+ years in teaching include work at Berlitz Corporation, providing English education to business professionals, as well as J.F. Oberlin High School. A strong believer in kaizen (continuous improvement), Mr. Law seeks to learn new ways to provide high-value education and empower students to achieve their goals. He received his MBA from GLOBIS in 2018 and is now a PhD candidate at the Bucharest University of Academic Studies.
Global Japan
JUN 28, 2019

The Never-Ending Work Scenario: A New Spin on Japan’s Famous “Job for Life”

As Japan’s retirement age continues to climb, companies must innovate their HR operations to accommodate diverse special needs.

Tech & Innovation
MAY 18, 2018

The Potential Impact of Future IoT on Existing Cybercrime 

GLOBIS students investigated the risks and opportunities of IoT for Hitachi, with the collaboration of one of the company’s senior executives. This is some of the research conducted by those students.