How to Dream
Join globally renowned author and Columbia Business School professor Dr. Sheena Iyengar as she explains how to approach your dreams with a new perspective. Learn to reflect on what you long to accomplish and what stands in your way.
Logical thinking is at the heart of confident, persuasive decisions. This course will equip you with a five-point approach to more becoming a more logical thinker. Learn to classify ideas and distinguish fact from opinion.
Investing & Diversity: The Changing Faces of Venture Capitalists
Is the venture capital industry embracing diversity in investors? Watch global venture capitalists from around the world discuss the state of things and what needs to be done for a more inclusive future.
There's more to leadership than driving a team to profit. In fact, there's a word for looking beyond self-interest to prioritize individual growth: servant leadership. Try this course for a quick breakdown of what that is, how it works, and how it can lead to organizational success.
Organizational Behavior and Leadership
Ever wonder what makes a great leader? Whether your role requires leadership or not, understanding organizational behavior is useful for your career. This course from GLOBIS Unlimited can set you on your way.
Leadership vs. Management
Leadership and management are different skills, but today’s leaders must have both. Try out this course from GLOBIS Unlimited to understand the difference, as well as when and why each skill is necessary for motivation, communication, and value.
Strategy: Creating Value Inside Your Company
Have you ever wondered why certain companies are more successful than others? The answer is strategy: internal processes that control costs, allocate resources, and create value. This course from GLOBIS Unlimited can give you the tools you need for that strategic edge.
Strategy: Understanding the External Environment
To plan strategy on any level, you need to understand your company's external environment. In fact, your level of understanding can impact hiring, budgeting, marketing, or nearly any other part of the business world. Want to learn how to do all that? This course from GLOBIS Unlimited is the perfect first step!
Using Japanese Values to Thrive in Global Business
Japanese companies have unique cultural, communication, and operational challenges. But they also have values that have led to remarkable longevity. Check out this seminar to hear how these values help earn trust from overseas head offices and develop employees.
Turnaround Leadership: The Differences Between Japan and the West
What's the best way for leaders to communicate a shift in corporate strategy? How do you even know when it's time for such a change? This course explains how Japan might have one answer, Western companies another.
Conflicts in the workplace are inevitable. But they can lead to positive outcomes if they’re managed well. Check out this online course for a two-step process that can help you manage conflict successfully.
Evernote Founder: How Tech Startups Can Break through in Japan
Can startup models from Hollywood and Silicon Valley succeed anywhere? Phil Libin, cofounder and CEO of startup incubator All Turtles, explains how AI can solve everyday problems to bring products to market.
Women Empowerment: Lessons from Cartier
How can women overcome gender inequality and reach their leadership goals? Cartier Japan CEO June Miyachi shares her secret in this special course from GLOBIS Unlimited.
Marketing: Reaching Your Target
Every company works hard to get its products into the hands of customers. Are you doing everything you can to compete? In this course, you’ll find a winning formula to turn a product idea into real sales. Follow along through the fundamentals of the marketing mix and see how companies successfully bring products to market.
Seeing good products into the hands of customers is no easy task. The marketing mix can help. It's a collection of strategies and tactics companies utilize to get customers to purchase their products or services, and is an essential part of the overall marketing process.
The Principles of Negotiation
With the proper skills and attitude, anyone can become a successful negotiator. But first, you'll need to learn the basics to prepare for, assess, and respond to offers for the best results. GLOBIS Unlimited can help.
Negotiation: Creating Value
Want to create more shared value between yourself and your negotiation opponent? Discover how cognitive bias affects the judgment of others. Try this course from GLOBIS Unlimited to master the value of negotiation.
Finding Your Life Purpose with Ikigai
Ikigai can guide you in your quest for self-discovery. Listen to Japanese brain scientist Ken Mogi explain why and how.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Want to leverage Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a leader? Try this short course to see how the theory can be applied in practical work scenarios.
We all subconsciously collect information that reinforces our preconceptions. It's natural . . . but it does lead to a kind of flawed decision-making called confirmation bias. To become more objective and impartial, check out this course from GLOBIS Unlimited!
An Investor's Lesson to Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs have the power to transform societies for the better. But how do you attract investors to start or grow a business? Or to sell one? Check out this seminar for the answers to these and more, straight from a master venture capitalist!
Managerial accounting is a powerful way to measure progress, identify problems, and meet your goals. Check out this course to learn how data-backed decisions can help you run your business.
Finance Basics: 1
For a healthy mix of quantitative planning, evaluation, and management, you need solid decision-making. And finance is the secret sauce! Get the essentials of finance in this two-part course from GLOBIS Unlimited.
Basic Accounting: Financial Analysis
Want to compare your performance vs. a competitor? Or evaluate a potential vendor? Then you'll need to conduct a financial analysis. This course will teach you how to use three financial statements and evaluate financial performance in terms of profitability, efficiency, soundness, growth, and overall strength.
What drives you to be good at your job?
Career anchors are based on your values, desires, motivations, and abilities. They are the immovable parts of your professional self-image that guide you throughout your career journey.
Try this short GLOBIS Unlimited course to identify which of the eight career anchors is yours!
Digital Marketing Psychology to Transform Your Business
How does digital marketing really differ from traditional marketing? How is social media changing things really? And what's going on in Asia?
Having the pyramid structure in your communication toolkit can not only help you approach a problem, but convince others that your solution is valid. Break away from linear thinking and test your logical thinking with this course from GLOBIS Unlimited!
Leadership with Passion through Kokorozashi
The key ingredient to success? Passion.
Finding your kokorozashi will unify your passions and skills to create positive change in society. This GLOBIS Unlimited course will help you develop the values and lifelong goals you need to become a strong, passion-driven leader.
AI First Companies – Implementation and Impact
AI is changing the way companies operate. How do you structure teams to increase efficiency?
Technovate in the Era of Industry 4.0
Is Industry 4.0 is the next step of human evolution human civilization? Dr. Jorge Calvo seems to think so. Join him to learn how the past can help you set goals for an exciting future of digital innovation.
Business leaders of tomorrow need to harness the power of technology and innovation. That means understanding algorithms and how they drive business results. Discover opportunities to make technology work for your competitive edge.
Product Life Cycle
Every product takes a natural course through the market—there's a how, when, and why customers adopt products at different stages. Check out this course from GLOBIS Unlimited to find out how a product you use every day is part of this cycle.
Logical thinking is the most valuable asset any business professional can have. That's why logic trees are such a valuable tool—they can help you identify a problem, break it down, and build it back up to a solution.
Using the MECE principle can help ensure you categorize without gaps or overlaps. Check out this course from GLOBIS Unlimited for a practical demonstration of how it works!
Most companies today recognize the value of adopting sustainable business practices. That said, going green and embracing a social business model is often easier said than done. Depending on your current model or budget, setting impactful sustainability goals may not seem feasible.
But actually, it is.
The belief that companies have to choose between corporate social responsibility or profitability is quickly being debunked as more and more social businesses find their way onto the Fortune 500. Robin Lewis, cofounder of mymizu, discusses what it means to be a social business and how any company can contribute to a more sustainable future.
Crises can lead to opportunities, and opportunities can lead to change—and new models for a different kind of legacy. Here are three key lessons from mymizu founder Robin Lewis.
What is a social business?
A social business is a business that integrates both business practices and principles with the compassion and passion required to create a more fair and just world. It’s kind of like combining the business acumen and the business savvy of a CEO with the passion and the compassion of an activist.
And when you combine those two things, that’s when we get real magic.
Can social responsibility be profitable?
There are a lot of major companies out there who are doing really positive things for the environment and for society at large. Just one example would be Tesla.
Tesla’s mission statement is to accelerate the transition to a sustainable future. And they’re currently valued at over a trillion dollars. While there are many companies who are having a net negative impact, who are up there in terms of the Fortune 500, there are also many companies who are doing incredible things and who are continuing to grow into this new economy that we’re building.
What does it mean for a company to embrace SDGs? And what’s the best way to put these lofty ideals into practice?
WE HAVE A DREAM is a book about hope, SDGs, your unique place in our global society, and the power of subjective truth.
Can any business become sustainable?
So one of my favorite sayings in Japanese is pinchi wo chansu ni. You see a problem and you turn it into an opportunity. And a lot of the conversations I hear right now about sustainability and sustainable development focus on the problem. “Ah, we have a lot of work to do. We have so many things to solve,” and so on, which is true.
But on the flip side, from a business perspective, this current time that we’re in, this unique moment in history where we’re facing really unprecedented problems, is also the biggest growth opportunity in human history in many ways. And that includes things like clean tech and green energy.
There are so many areas that are now booming where we can add value and we can contribute to what’s happening. There are ways to shift, and I’ll give you one example.
There was a famous company in Scandinavia—I won’t name the company, but they were originally one of the biggest oil producers in the region. And they shifted completely to one of the biggest wind energy companies in the world. And it’s the same. You have the same expertise. Of course, there was a lot of transition during that time, but suddenly you’ve gone from a business that focuses on oil to a business that completely transitioned to furthering the green transition.
So there are many exciting examples of these kinds of things happening. And so it’s all about finding the opportunity in what is a relatively difficult situation for many.
What’s the first step towards sustainability?
Step one is to empathize with your people. To empathize with your customer, and so on. And when we’re talking about organizational change, I fundamentally believe that we need to listen, and we need to get the insights and the opinions of our team members.
So if there is one clear social issue that is on the top priority level for all of the team members—let’s say it’s about diversity and inclusion, let’s say it’s about people with disabilities, and so on—then we should start from the ones that matter most to the people in our team.
Try and gather their insights. Try and find commonalities. And then come up with an action plan.