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Tomoya Nakamura

Dean, Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University
At GLOBIS, Mr. Nakamura teaches subjects in the leadership area and has conducted various global training programs to GLOBIS' corporate clients. Prior to GLOBIS, Mr. Nakamura joined Marubeni Corporation and while seconded to Advantage Partners, worked on the reorganizations of invested companies. As General Manager of Fuji Machinery Mfg. & Electronics Corporation, he contributed in the rapid reorganization of the company. As Senior Managing Director at Sun-Life Corporation, he introduced a progressive ESOP for more than 250 employees, including part-time workers. Mr. Nakamura also writes a column, "Ki and Management" periodically on GLOBIS Insights. Mr. Nakamura earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Hitotsubashi University.
Career Success
DEC 26, 2014

The Contemporary Meaning of Yomeigaku

I started to write this column after reading Wang Yangming’s Instructions for Practical Living at the Temple of Confucius in…

Global Japan
OCT 7, 2014

Global Skills and Leadership Education: Perspectives from Asian Business Schools

By Ravi Kumar, Tomoya Nakamura, Hellmut Schutte and Yoko Ishikura. < Session Title > G1 Global Conference 2014 Breakout Session III <A > Global…

Woody Wade: “Scenario Planning” – Thinking Differently about Future Innovation

Mr. Woody Wade, Principal, Wade & Company, talks about “Senario Planning” and its real-world applications.

Career Success
AUG 21, 2013

Gender Diversity: Are We Serious Enough?

Mr. Georges Desvaux, the managing partner of McKinsey’s Japan office, co-author of the consulting firm’s “Women Matter” report series, speaks on the issue of gender diversity in business, with emphasis on diversity in leadership positions.

Global Japan
FEB 5, 2013

Rising Above: Using Asia’s Strengths to Build a Global Career 3/3

If the 21st century is indeed “the Asian century,” where does Japan stand and how can we hitch a ride on this road to greater global influence? To discuss these issues and more, GLOBIS welcomed Professor Yoko Ishikura as a special guest for our first Professional Seminar in 2013. Prof. Ishikura shared her insights on how to forge an exciting global career and discuss with GLOBIS Dean Tomoya Nakamura how Japanese, and Asians in general, can differentiate themselves and tap into a global market which is increasingly focused on our region. As educational professionals and Harvard Business School alumni, Prof. Ishikura and Mr. Nakamura also discussed the role of an MBA as an essential tool in building a global career.

Global Japan
FEB 4, 2013

Rising Above: Using Asia’s Strengths to Build a Global Career 2/3

If the 21st century is indeed “the Asian century,” where does Japan stand and how can we hitch a ride on this road to greater global influence? To discuss these issues and more, GLOBIS welcomed Professor Yoko Ishikura as a special guest for our first Professional Seminar in 2013. Prof. Ishikura shared her insights on how to forge an exciting global career and discuss with GLOBIS Dean Tomoya Nakamura how Japanese, and Asians in general, can differentiate themselves and tap into a global market which is increasingly focused on our region. As educational professionals and Harvard Business School alumni, Prof. Ishikura and Mr. Nakamura also discussed the role of an MBA as an essential tool in building a global career.

Global Japan
FEB 1, 2013

Rising Above: Using Asia’s Strengths to Build a Global Career 1/3

If the 21st century is indeed “the Asian century,” where does Japan stand and how can we hitch a ride on this road to greater global influence? To discuss these issues and more, GLOBIS welcomed Professor Yoko Ishikura as a special guest for our first Professional Seminar in 2013. Prof. Ishikura shared her insights on how to forge an exciting global career and discuss with GLOBIS Dean Tomoya Nakamura how Japanese, and Asians in general, can differentiate themselves and tap into a global market which is increasingly focused on our region. As educational professionals and Harvard Business School alumni, Prof. Ishikura and Mr. Nakamura also discussed the role of an MBA as an essential tool in building a global career.

Career Success
DEC 18, 2012

Who Becomes Top Management, Who Doesn’t?

It has already been more than twenty years since I entered the working world. My first job out of university was…

Global Japan
OCT 29, 2012

Competing in the Global Pharmaceutical Market 3/3

Mr. Masao Torii, President and Representative Director of Boehringer Ingelheim Japan, Inc. discusses current trends in the Global Pharmaceutical Market. Mr. Torii describes how Boehringer Ingelheim, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, uses its uniqueness and strengths to succeed globally. He also describes his company’s role in the Japanese pharmaceutical market, including how the corporate values of Boehringer Ingelheim Japan help cultivate global leaders within the company. This seminar provides guidance and insight for people interested in strategies to compete globally as well as how to develop your own skills to become a global leader.

Global Japan
OCT 26, 2012

Competing in the Global Pharmaceutical Market 2/3

Mr. Masao Torii, President and Representative Director of Boehringer Ingelheim Japan, Inc. discusses current trends in the Global Pharmaceutical Market. Mr. Torii describes how Boehringer Ingelheim, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, uses its uniqueness and strengths to succeed globally. He also describes his company’s role in the Japanese pharmaceutical market, including how the corporate values of Boehringer Ingelheim Japan help cultivate global leaders within the company. This seminar provides guidance and insight for people interested in strategies to compete globally as well as how to develop your own skills to become a global leader.