[2014-06-17] DUJAT VU seminar – June 17, 2014
– Cross Cultural management processes with focus on decision-making procedures –
June 17th 2014, 15.00-18.00 at VU (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
As a promoter of the Dutch – Japanese economic and business relations, we organize every year a cross-cultural seminar for our DUJAT members, this year in cooperation with Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam, Faculty of Social Sciences; Department of Organization Sciences.
This year’s theme is “decision making in Japanese companies”, an important topic for all of us. We have approached for you a series of interesting speakers, who have been and are still dealing with this subject, as representative for a Japanese company, as a researcher on the subject and as lawyer with hands-on experience.
So my advice on this beautiful sunny day is: register as soon as possible as it will be a very interesting afternoon!!
Welcome by Geert Jan Mantel, Chairman DUJAT
Introduction by moderator – Wilfried Claus, Program director for Innovation of HRM Strategy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
former Director Strategy at Teijin High Performance Fibers Business Group
Sharing experience – Mark Okamoto, Managing Director & CEO of Furukawa Rock Drill Europe B.V.
Japanese-Dutch strategic decision-making: An organization science perspective – Julie Ferguson, Assistant Professor, and
Greetje Corporaal, PhD candidate of VU University Amsterdam (Faculty of Social Sciences; Department of Organization Sciences)
Sharing experience – Willem Visser ‘t Hooft, Attorney at law, Japan Business Services, Holland Van Gijzen Advocaten en Notarissen LLP
Discussion and Q&A – all speakers
Closing remarks by Radboud Molijn, Managing Director DUJAT
End of program
- This seminar will be in English
- Free of charge
- The Aurora room of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The map is attached in this email. It is at the ground floor of the main building. After entering the main building, turn right and pass the coffee corner “Rendez VU” into the restaurant. Immediately on the left, you will find the entrance of the Aurora Room. There is a receptionist at the entrance of the main building, who can provide further directions.