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The Program for Japanese Corporate Management 2016

(PJCM 2016) El Programa de Administración Corporativa Japonesa 2016

Fechas Importantes

  • Estatus: Abierto
  • Duración: 15-28 de febrero 2017, Kansai Kenshu Center
  • Cierre de convocatoria en Monterrey: 25 de noviembre
  • Cierre de convocatoria en Japón: 15 de noviembre

Lugar

Dirgido a:

Dueños o directores de la industria de la manufactura; Dueños o directores de la industria de servicio y managers senior responsables de la administración de la empresa.

Objetivo:

El objetivo del programa es profundizar el entendimiento de los participantes en la filosofía de administración y los paradigmas de las compañías japonesas que valoran la filosofía de trabajo “GEMBA” (en sitio) y para mejorar sus capacidades prácticas de administración para utilizar los métodos de gestión japonesa en sus propias compañías.

Dr. Tadao Kagono
Special Visiting Professor, Konan University, Professor Emeritus, Business School, Kobe University

After working as an assistant, lecturer, and assistant professor at the faculty of business administration in Kobe University, Dr. Kagono taught as a professor at the School of Business Administration at Kobe University from 1988, was Dean of the faculty and Graduate School of Business Administration at Kobe University from 1998, and a professor of the Graduate School of Business Administration at the University from 1999. Since 2011, he has been teaching as a special visiting professor at Konan University. He studied abroad at Harvard University, USA from 1979 to 1980. He has held prominent positions, such as an external auditor for NTN Corp., external auditor for Santen Pharmaceutical, external auditor for Sumitomo Rubber Industries, and external board member of Familiar Ltd. as well as the Chairman of the Academic Association for Organizational Science, the Vice Chairman of the Forum for Entrepreneurial Studies, the Commissioner of the Japan Academy of Business Administration, the Commissioner of the Japan Academic Society for Ventures and Entrepreneurs, and the Commissioner of the Japan Academy of Family Business. Dr. Kagono has written numerous books and papers and holds a PhD in Business Administration. Major publications: “Environmental Adaptation of Management Organization” (1980), “Diversification Strategy of Japanese Companies” (Joint Authorship in 1981) – It was awarded Nikkei Economics Books Culture Award, “Management Comparison of Japanese and American Managements” (1983) – It was awarded Association of Organizational Science Award, “Organization Recognizing Theory” (1988), “Business System Strategy” (2004), “Mindset of Management” (2010), “Learning Management from Konosuke Matsushita” (2011) and “Whom for the Management” (2014).

Dr. Hidekazu Sone
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Policy Science, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture

Dr. Sone has been teaching as an Assistant Professor at Faculty of Policy Science, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture since 2015 after working as an Assistant Professor at Osaka University of Economics, a Visiting Researcher at Memorial University and an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Business Administration at Tezukayama University. He is also active as Executive Director of Japan Academy of Family Business, Executive Secretary of Entrepreneur Research Forum and a member of Board of Directors of SMEUCE (Sustainability Management of e-Business and Ubiquitous Commerce Engineering). Dr. Sone holds a PhD in Business Administration. Major publications: “Interdependence of Long-Standing Firms and Local Corporation” (Studies in Regional Science, No. 3, Vol. 40) – In 2010, it was awarded ‘The Japan Section of the Regional Science Association International Best Presentation Award’, “Emergence of Entrepreneurial Spirit in the Succession of Long-Established Firms” (No. 22, Venture Review) – In 2013, it was awarded ‘the Japan Academic Society for Ventures and Entrepreneurs, Excellent Thesis Award’, “Cultural Approach to Understanding the Long-Term Survival of Firms” (Vol. 57, Business History, Joint Authorship in 2015).

Directores del Programa

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  1. Revisa el programa que te interesa y revisa el Program Outline.
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  3. Llena el pre-registro
  4. Descarga los documentos de aplicación y llenarlos.
  5. Envia los documentos de aplicación en formato electrónico a info@aotsmonterrey.com para una primera revisión (Dos semanas antes de la fecha de cierre en Monterrey). Se hará una retroalimentación de la aplicación.
  6. Una vez revisados, se deben imprimir y firmar los documentos y entregar fisicamente para su envio a Japón (10 días antes de cierre en Japón)
  7. Hacer el pago de envio de la mensajería Monterrey-Japón.
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