COVID-19’s unexpected disruptions may need solutions from unexpected places. Chade-Meng Tan’s book Search Inside Yourself offers meditation advice from a former Google engineer. What could be more unexpected than that?
How does art philosophy influence Japanese management today? How has COVID-19 changed management in Japan? Join Tomoya Nakamura, Dean of GLOBIS University and student of aikido, for an explanation deep…
Some Japanese companies are over 300 years old. The secret to this sustainability may lie in the connection between management style and the arts.
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Non-Japanese visitors and residents often find Japanese unspoken cultural norms frustrating. But there’s a secret to decoding Japan’s high-context culture.
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Mentioning Japan tends to conjure images of quality products and services, sushi, sumo, anime, and otaku, among other things. Something most people don’t realize is that there is a common thread running through all of these: ikigai.
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Even as a young man, Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder, was fascinated by Eastern philosophies and religions, including Zen. When…