March C28 – What You Can Learn From Higher Learning- A Visit From Harvard Business School
March 12 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm JSTFree
In addition to years of experience, many of the CEO Insights members have advanced degrees. Education is an essential part of the business experience, but it’s not always so useful before we’ve started our career. How can executives and future leaders get experience that will help them make great decisions, innovate, and find new markets? One answer to that question might be in continued education. When you think of higher education, Harvard University is one school that stands out.
In the March CI network lunch, we will welcome Mr. Nobuo Sato. Nobuo represents the Harvard Business School (HBS) Japan Research Center. He will explain the role of HBS Regional Research Centers within a global context and how leadership education has evolved over the years. Since HBS is also famous for their case studies, the lunch will be capped off with a case study.
For those who have time after the meeting, we will make a short visit to the HBS Japan Research Center, which happens to be two floors below our meeting venue.
We look forward to seeing you at the March CI Network Luncheon!
More on Mr. Nobuo Sato
Harvard Business School (HBS) has named Nobuo Sato Executive Director of its Japan Research Center in Tokyo. A graduate of Keio University and Harvard Business School (MBA 1982), the former banker and executive recruiter officially assumed his duties in August 2009.