Find out what Japanese business people really want and why!
Improve your performance by understanding culture differences.
Many people feel Japanese ask for too much detailed information, while at the same time, instructions from Japanese bosses tend to be quite vague. These seemingly contradictory behaviors can be better understood in light of the cultural differences between Japan and other countries.
In this seminar, you will learn a systematic approach and framework to better understand these cultural gaps, which will shed light on why conflicts exist in a cross-cultural work environment and allow you to build an effective communication strategy to deal with them.
This training is co-hosted by MMUGM, one of the top universities in Indonesia. Participants will receive a certificate of completion from MMUGM after the training.
＊Training is conducted in Indonesian
The six dimensions of national culture are based on extensive research done by Professor Geert Hofstede. The cultural dimensions represent preferences for one state of affairs over another, which helps to distinguish one country from another.
Nugraheni Niki Lintang PertiwiPT. Foodlink Indonesia CEO
Mitsui Bussan Indonesia Scholarship receiver, and achieved Bachelor degree from Meiji University, Tokyo, majoring Business Administration.
Experienced working in a big manufacturing company in Japan headquarter and became one of the youngest purchasing manager in Indonesia factory.
After gaining some managerial experience, pursued her MBA degree back to Japan in Hitotsubashi ICS university, which inspired her to set a trading company, PT Foodlink Indonesia, focusing on F&B products between Japan and Indonesia as a CEO.
Master of Management, Universitas Gadjah Mada(MMUGM)
Jl. Dr. Saharjo No. 83 Tebet Jakarta Selatan