Digital transformation is about business models and thinking of how you will use digital assets. It is seen as a way to boost efficiency in Japan, but the country is concentrating more on the digital than the transformation. Using his four pillars of Japanese culture, Kenja K.K. CEO Ted Katagi will show why Japan is resistant to change and talk about how to address this. Change is effected through processes, but we must change behaviors. To do that, we need a system. Join us to find out what Katagi proposes.
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ACCJ-Chubu Business Programs Committee
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