July 24th Corporate Roundtable

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July 24th Corporate Roundtable

JASM is Pleased to Present…Rochelle Kopp

Rochelle Kopp, Managing Principal, Japan Intercultural Consulting, is a consultant specializing in Japanese culture etiquette and business practices. She works frequently with Japanese firms doing business in the U.S. and with American firms that have Japanese customers, joint venture partners, and suppliers. She is the author of The Lowdown: Business Etiquette in Japan, The Rice-Paper Ceiling: Breaking Through Japanese Corporate Culture and over twenty books in Japanese.


“Understanding and Influencing Decision-Making in Japanese Organizations”

The decision-making process in Japanese organizations often appear to be agonizingly opaque and slow . In this presentation, management consultant Rochelle Kopp will explain how Japanese organizations make decisions, and how to identify and leverage key points of potential influence. Included will be discussion of how risk-aversion affects decision-making, nemawashi, the importance of the tantosha, and the role of relationship-building. This information will be of interest to anyone who interacts with Japanese organizations, including as a supplier to a Japanese firm or as an employee of one.

Event Details

Location: Gray Plant Mooty Mooty & Bennett, P.A. IDS Center

80 S 8th St. Minneapolis, MN 55402 (Validated Parking available in IDS Center)

Date: Wednesday, Jul 24th, 2013.

ご予約: 7:30 a.m. Program Begins: 8:00 a.m.

Price: $15 JASM Members, $20 Non-Members, $7 Students

*Please send us your RSVP by Monday, July 22nd, 2013.


Please register for the Corporate Roundtable by completing the Google document こちらからお願いいたします。, if you would like to register online or please send a completed flyer back with the appropriate form of payment. You may also download a Corporate Roundtable flyer こちらからお願いいたします。. Please return the flyer or sign up no later than Monday, July 22nd, 2013.

Support for this Program also comes from the National Association of Japan America Societies (NAJAS) and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.


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