The CEO Summits are at the heart of the Delphi Network. Summits are events we craft (on demand) for our members on topics they wish to explore to perform their jobs better. Events are confidential, so our public web offering is restricted to an anonymized sample.
Dear Members, Advisers and Friends, As mentioned in last week’s newsletter, please find the first DN Master Class event outlined below. Invitation only. One invitee told me he thought this event was aimed at new arrivals in Tokyo. That is not my intention. Deepening CEO relationships and gaining trust with Japan Inc is difficult – however long you have been in Japan, and I believe we have an unusually good...Event Details
Time: 8-9.30am Location: A small private room inside The Tavern (lobby Restaurant) Andaz Hotel, Toranomon Hills. We are NOT at the lunchtime, bento box lunch venue, which is at the far end of the lobby. 1-23-4, Toranomon, Minato-kuTokyo, Japan, 105-0001 https://tokyo.andaz.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/the-tavern-grill-and-lounge.htmlTel: +81 3 6830 1234 Cost & menu: 5,000 members (no non members for this type of event). The course...Read More
Who might best run a foreign company in Japan? At this P-MBA, leading executives from Intel, Electrolux, Standard Chartered and DHL discussed the reasons for the outperformance of certain international companies in Japan, what Japanese executives can add in terms of local knowledge, but also how important it is to be steeped in the Western company’s philosophy and communicate it to Japanese staff. One attendee also warned about...Read More
Losing customer trust is every CEO’s nightmare. Whether it’s a crash-prone airline, Toyota (unfairly in retrospect) on the verge of ignominy after the “unintended acceleration” crisis, toxic eggs in the European food chain, poisoned dumplings in Japan…every company knows that the regulator and a panic-stricken public will be intent on ferocious punishment. At this P-MBA, crisis experts Ross Rowbury of...Read More
Sales may appear a foreign country in Japan, but there are ways to succeed, as our P-MBA CEOs explain.Read More