Innovations in Professional Development Programs

Speaker

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ) will host a Joint Chambers of Commerce Innovative MBA and Professional Development  Programs Seminar and Reception on March 7 at Roppongi Hills. This event is aimed at Country Managers, Heads of HR and Professional Development program candidates.

Following the Seminar and Q&A period, the CCCJ has arranged for a partially-sponsored post-seminar networking reception at Roppongi Hills Club for participants.

Speakers
Jonathan DeForge and Yoshi Mitsui will introduce innovations in Global MBA programs. HULT Business School introduced a successful new MBA Program in Shanghai runs other programs in Boston, London, Dubai and Silicon Valley. They will discuss the successful combination of live and virtual programs and the utilization of leading-edge technologies to maximize efficiency.

Dirk Binder, representative of the California State University (CSU)
system in Japan, will introduce how well-designed and implemented Pre-MBA, Pre-CPA and other  Pre-Master and preparatory programs that help candidates quickly and  efficiently enter leading MBA and Master programs in Japan and globally.

Trond Varlid, president of EMC Quest will discuss *Business and Personal Performance: Making Ideas Happen* and the importance of how to set, visualize and track goals.

 

Schedule

Registration opens at 6:00 pm
Presentations: 6:30 to 7:45 pm
Q&A: 7:45 to 8:00 pm
Post-Seminar Networking: 8:15 to 10:15 pm

Event Details

March 07 (Wed)
Registration Closed
18:30 - 20:00
Registration opens at 18:00
Post-seminar - Roppongi Hills Club
5,000 (member) | 6,000 (guest) yen
Seminar Only: 2,000 (member) | 3,000 yen (guest)

Event Registration

Registration is Closed

Important Security Information:
Due to security restrictions, non-registered guests will not be granted access. Please ensure you have confirmation of your/your guest’s registration. Upon arriving at Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, please visit the temporary registration desk (to the left of the main security counter) to pick up your name tag and pass, which you are required to keep with you until exiting the building.