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Boosting Innovation and Dynamism: Can Japanese Companies Survive in Global Competition?
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Boosting Innovation and Dynamism: Can Japanese Companies Survive in Global Competition?

This panel will examine what needs to be done to stir up the Japanese private sector in terms of strategy, organization, and people. What are the strategies to be prioritized in the short-term future? How do we promote diversity and inclusion in the corporate world? How can corporate governance in Japan be improved? What are the prerequisites for building a globally competitive workforce? The panelists with a wealth of experience and in-depth understanding of both Japanese and global business environments will offer insights into what companies need to do to compete on the global stage.

Robert Alan Feldman - Managing Director, Chief Economist, Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities.

Yoshiaki Fujimori - President and CEO, LIXIL Group Corporation.

Takashi Mitachi - Co-Chairman, Japan, Boston Consulting Group.

Nik Gowing (Moderator) - International Broadcaster and Journalist

 

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