The following online livestream event is hosted by Fukuoka International Business Association (FIBA) and is free of charge and open to the public.
Japan’s national state of emergency has been lifted, but ongoing global uncertainty continues to impact our day-to-day business operations. Can businesses plan for the path ahead? How should leaders handle remote management, cross-cultural communication, and public relations in a world where in-person meetings are difficult? Are there any opportunities in this new environment? Join us for a live-streamed panel with global communication specialist Stéphane Fouché and management consulting expert Rochelle Kopp.
In this free live event, we will throw away the talking points and get right down to frank discussion of the current situation and analyze how this crisis is likely to affect international relations. This panel will also focus on key takeaways for companies doing business in Japan, including how the crisis is likely to affect future operations & corporate culture, and how companies should start planning for what(ever) happens next. This session will also include a live Q&A session. Please join us for an interactive evening!
• Thursday, July 9, 2020
• 17:30 – 19:00
• Speakers: Rochelle Kopp, Professor Of Management, The University of Kitakyushu; Stéphane Fouché, CEO, Hako
• Moderator: Parker J. Allen, President & CEO, Parthenon Japan
• Event Fee: Free!
• Online livestream panel and Q&A session
This event is free of charge and open to the public. FIBA non-members must register by July 7. Login details will be shared by email later. To attend, register here: https://forms.gle/HKA96yS9PnHpdMkGA