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Kelvin Song

GLOBIS Faculty,
Business Analytics
Mr. Song spent over 8 years at Toshiba Corporation, where he was a software engineer leading Resolution+ flagship image-enhancement technology, as well as a core contributor to 3D multimedia solutions. After receiving his MBA, he moved to Toshiba Canvio product planning and marketing.

Now a faculty member at GLOBIS, he develops new technology- and innovation-related MBA courses. He is also the program coordinator of international exchange programs and part of the project management team for the university's IT system.

He holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from Nanyang Technological University and an MBA from IE Business School. He has also attended programs from Soochow University, Fudan University, and the University of New South Wales. Originally from Singapore, he is fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese, and Japanese.
Tech & Innovation
FEB 26, 2021

How Machines Learn: Supervised, Unsupervised, and Beyond

There are myriad benefits to teaching computers to think like humans. And luckily, they already learn in similar ways.

MBA Essentials
JAN 8, 2021

Critical Questioning: MBA Faculty Q&A #4

There’s no better way to kick off a new year than by getting a little ahead of the curve! Here are a few things GLOBIS faculty wished every student knew from day 1.

MBA Essentials
OCT 6, 2020

Critical Questioning: MBA Faculty Q&A #1

What’s it like inside an MBA classroom? What kinds of questions do students ask? How do instructors answer? Check out our first ever GLOBIS University faculty Q&A!

Welcome to the Jungle: How Don Quijote Compensates for the Retail Apocalypse

Amidst the global Retail Apocalypse, how has Japanese mega-retailer Don Quijote achieved 30 years of continuous growth?

Denying Big Data Hubris: 3 Reasons Machines Still Need Us

How can humans possibly compete with big data? Turns out…rather easily.

Career Success
MAY 14, 2018

Four Unexpected Benefits of “Publicly Open Management”: The Case of Ishizaka Sangyo

GLOBIS faculty Kelvin Song shares his analysis of how Nikkei Woman of the Year Noriko Ishizaka instituted an unusual management philosophy to turn around her company—a waste processing facility—from a social outcast to an award-winning role model.