Conferencia SR. TOMOHIKO TANIGUCHI


Fecha:
Noviembre 2016

Sr. TOMOHIKO TANIGUCHI
Asesor Especial del Gabinete del Primer Ministro de Japón, Shinzo Abe.

Tomohiko Taniguchi. Special Advisor to the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

El día lunes 21 de Noviembre, en el Hotel Hilton, en un evento organizado por TAHO, el Sr. TOMOHIKO TANIGUCHI, Asesor Especial del Gabinete del Primer Ministro de Japón, ha brindado una Conferencia y Clase Magistral a la cual han asistido 25 representantes del Top Management Latinoamericano.
Dicha disertación se realizó en el marco del lanzamiento de la 2da. edición del Programa JAME (Japanese Management Experience).

"While Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was briefly in town, I had a privilege to meet Jorge Anschütz and his colleagues with TAHO/JAME and a pleasure addressing some 25 executives on what the Japanese way of management is like.
You never know how I rejoiced at all that. That there is a growing interest, thanks to the innovative effort of Mr. Anschütz and his colleagues, among Argentine business executives in knowing more about Japan and its business culture.
At the first glance one finds it hard, not easy, to detect any similarity between the two countries. One is vast, endowed with nature's resources, and a society immigrants have built, whereas the other polar opposite. That is why life is fun, filled with wonder. Because we are so much different from each other, we can benefit by learning more about each other. It is my wish that more and more business executives will come to my country, and in return, there will emerge corresponding interests among their Japanese counterparts in investing into Argentine. The importance of the role that TAHO/JAME plays could not be overstated.
The management style of Japanese companies is undergoing considerable changes. How it is changing, and to which direction it is heading should also be a source of intellectual intrigue for many Argentine executives.
Let us see each other more often, and do learn more from each other's experiences."
Tomohiko Taniguchi.
Special Advisor to the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.