Michelle Lim
Michelle Lim
Creative Consultant, ,JCE Japan Creative Enterprise
Faculty, GLOBIS University

An experienced trainer and graphic facilitator, Ms. Lim is currently collaborating with local and international professionals in Japan on digital communications, advanced human capital, organizational development practices, and business architecture projects. With JCE Japan Creative Enterprise, she also supports Japanese organizations in global business expansion to Southeast Asia, specializing in facilitating understanding and cross-cultural sensitivity.

She teaches design thinking at GLOBIS University.

Michelle holds an MBA from GLOBIS University, as well as a BA in mass communication from UCSI University, Malaysia.

9 Technology Myths: Reprogramming Business Leaders for the Future

If your company (or you!) still resists digitalization, it’s probably because of some common technology myths.
If your company (or you!) still resists digitalization, it’s probably because of some common technology myths.

Critical Questioning: MBA Faculty Q&A #6

What does it take for women to succeed in the workplace? We asked GLOBIS MBA female faculty to share their advice and the lasting words of their own mentors.
What does it take for women to succeed in the workplace? We asked GLOBIS MBA female faculty to share their advice and the lasting words of their own mentors.

Redefining the Doodle: Business Communication for the New Age

Doodling is gaining recognition as a business tool. Perhaps it’s time to revisit the definition of doodling in this new age of creativity.
Doodling is gaining recognition as a business tool. Perhaps it’s time to revisit the definition of doodling in this new age of creativity.

Design Thinking Critique: Perils and Pitfalls of “The Crit”

You’ve no doubt heard about design thinking—a practical, step-by-step, user-centric...
You’ve no doubt heard about design thinking—a practical, step-by-step, user-centric...