By Tim Romero 1 min read
If you are curious about studying Japanese while here in Japan, you’ll be interested in this episode of the Just Japan Podcast.
Ari is showing the startup world that incorporating some of the problem-solving skills and leadership techniques favored by women improves their chance of success.
There are perfectly rational (and even mathematical) reasons why we have not seen a lot of entrepreneurship in Japan over the last 50 years.
Global communication takes place exponentially faster than the project management cycle, and understanding is way too important to be left to machines.
In this episode host Kevin O’Shea chats about the challenges of teaching children, teenagers and adults throughout Asia.
We also talk about Eiko’s transitions from housewife, to single mom, to MBA, to startup founder.
Crowdfunding in Japan is having a larger impact on corporate Japan than on smaller Japanese ventures.
These is as much creativity in Japan as there is anywhere in the world. The problem recently, however, has been in letting the innovation bubble up and commercializing it.