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The marketable global executive

Title:
The marketable global executive
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Presentations
Department:
Center on Japanese Economy and Business
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Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia Business School
Publisher Location:
New York
Abstract:
On September 26, 2002, the Center on Japanese Economy and Business, together with the student-run Columbia Women in Business Association and Japan Business Association, cosponsored a distinguished lecture featuring Ms. Sakie Fukushima. Ms. Fukushima is Senior Client Partner and Regional Managing Director of Japan at Korn/Ferry International. Ms. Fukushima presented an overview of Korn/Ferry International’s Japan operations, and recent changes and trends in the Japanese labor market. She identified what global executives are and why they are important as “agents of change” in the Japanese and global market place, what it takes to become a marketable global executive, and the roles global executives and leadership teams play in successful mergers and acquisitions. Hugh Patrick, Director of the Center on Japanese Economy and Business, moderated the discussion. This report is a summary of Ms. Fukushima’s presentation.
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Business
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