Kenji Inukai
Kenji Inukai
GLOBIS Student and Social Entrepreneur, The Paper Project, Inc.
Kenji is a GLOBIS MBA Candidate, currently studying with the Full-time 2017-2018 Batch. He is also a Director and one of the founders of The Paper Project, Inc, a social enterprise based in the Philippines that provides sustainable livelihood for women survivors of human trafficking, prostitution, abuse and other challenging backgrounds. Kenji handles the purchasing, inventory and business development divisions of the company. Kenji was born and raised in the Philippines. Initially from Mindanao, then moving to Manila for his studies and work. Kenji's career background is in banking and finance, before starting The Paper Project with 3 other partners in 2010.

Kokorozashi: Find Your Passion for a Meaningful Career

Creating a meaningful career can be tough, but finding your passion through kokorozashi can make things easier. GLOBIS USA president Tomoya Nakamura speaks with three GLOBIS MBA alumni about how finding their kokorozashi improved their careers.
Creating a meaningful career can be tough, but finding your passion through kokorozashi can make things easier. GLOBIS USA president Tomoya Nakamura speaks with three GLOBIS MBA alumni about how finding their kokorozashi improved their careers.

Indians in Japan on Work, Life, and Cultural Differences

Indians working in Japan share their experiences and explain how everyone could benefit from practicing a bit of jugaad.
Indians working in Japan share their experiences and explain how everyone could benefit from practicing a bit of jugaad.

How to Develop Cultural Empathy for Better Teamwork

Many people believe they are showing empathy when they are in fact expressing sympathy. Here's the difference between sympathy and empathy, and why Japan in particular struggles with cultural empathy.
Many people believe they are showing empathy when they are in fact expressing sympathy. Here's the difference between sympathy and empathy, and why Japan in particular struggles with cultural empathy.

Creative Leadership and Remote Work

GLOBIS lecturer Darren Menabney shares creative leadership techniques, how to harness the creativity of remote workers, and how to lead diverse teams more effectively.
GLOBIS lecturer Darren Menabney shares creative leadership techniques, how to harness the creativity of remote workers, and how to lead diverse teams more effectively.

How Practicing Empathy at Work Leads to a Clear Career Path

Do you wish you had chosen a different career path? Learning to practice empathy at work could be the first step towards a brighter future.
Do you wish you had chosen a different career path? Learning to practice empathy at work could be the first step towards a brighter future.

How to Find Your Dream Job

Dream jobs don't always turn out to be what we expected. Here's some advice for how to find your dream job with your unique kokorozashi as your guide.
Dream jobs don't always turn out to be what we expected. Here's some advice for how to find your dream job with your unique kokorozashi as your guide.

Harness the Massive Power of AI in Business Strategy

GLOBIS University Deputy Dean Dr. Jorge Calvo explains how to harness the power of AI in business strategy and why it's so important going forward.
GLOBIS University Deputy Dean Dr. Jorge Calvo explains how to harness the power of AI in business strategy and why it's so important going forward.

3 Essentials for a Mid-Career Change

Considering a mid-career change? It's not too late, but here are some pro tips on how to step forward, and not back (or sideways).
Considering a mid-career change? It's not too late, but here are some pro tips on how to step forward, and not back (or sideways).