Saskia Rock
Saskia Rock
Graduate, GLOBIS University

Ms. Rock has been studying Japanese culture for more than twenty years and is passionate about cross cultural communication and diversity in the workplace. Prior to GLOBIS, she owned an entertainment and consulting company in Belgium that used arts like wadaiko (drumming) to wow audiences with Japanese culture.

She now works at a large consulting company, improving intercultural communication and branding.

Still Lovin’ It! McDonald’s Japan CEO Sarah Casanova Is a Model for Passion and Staying True to Yourself

How passion, commitment, and a personal touch to turned around McDonald's Japan.
How passion, commitment, and a personal touch to turned around McDonald's Japan.

Visiting Kenja Corp at Roppongi Academyhills

Saskia Rock reports on the pros and cons of working in a virtual company.
Saskia Rock reports on the pros and cons of working in a virtual company.

Why It’s So Hard to Meet the Standards for Japanese Consumer Goods

Saskia Rock investigates the influence of traditional culture on quality expectations.
Saskia Rock investigates the influence of traditional culture on quality expectations.

Taking time off work and life to get an MBA degree, is it really worth it?

Saskia Rock reports on her MBA experience at GLOBIS University
Saskia Rock reports on her MBA experience at GLOBIS University

Japan and Belgium: The Empire of Manga and the Kingdom of the Comic Strip

Saskia Rock brings an insider (otaku) report on the world of narrated illustrations.
Saskia Rock brings an insider (otaku) report on the world of narrated illustrations.

Japan and Belgium: The Contributions and Secret Strategies of Small Nations

Saskia Rock examines the similarities between Japan and Belgium and their shared secrets to global success.
Saskia Rock examines the similarities between Japan and Belgium and their shared secrets to global success.