Enjoy a fresh start to the New Year with the opportunity to network with leaders from Japanese and international multi-nationals at this high-level learning event.
What role does cultural context play in organisational agility and innovation? In an increasingly global and competitive business environment, how do business leaders develop cross-cultural competency across industries and geographies? How do you implement and sustain meaningful innovation?
This masterclass is directed towards managers who are looking to develop a future-proof and culturally diverse mindset to apply in the Japanese context. Achieved through understanding on roles that cultural context can play in organisational agility and innovation as well as how to gain consumer and client insight.
DR LIBBY SANDER – Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Bond University, Managing Director of the Future Work Project. Co-author of ‘Work in the 21st Century: How do I Log On?’ Libby has over 15 years’ experience as a human resources director and executive team member, including having worked with clients such as Microsoft Europe, Lendlease and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Cooperation. As one of Australia’s leading authorities on work and the workplace, she has appeared numerous times on television and written for many platforms.
BEN HAYDEN-SMITH – Adjunct lecturer in Bond Business School teaching entrepreneurship and innovation to students. Founder of Kyoiku, a company providing education solutions to professional service firms and their clients. Ben is fluent in Japanese and has worked as an advisor for Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Phillips Japan, among other companies. He has worked extensively with professional service firms in practice management, business improvement, change management, and marketing and growth strategies.
Date: Friday, 24 January, 2020
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Location: Tokyo American Club (2 Chome-1-2 Azabudai, Minato City, Tokyo)
General ticket: 40 AUD (Approx. ¥3,000)
Alumni and Students: 20 AUD (Approx. ¥1,500)
Register at bond.edu.au/japanmasterclass