Japanese HR Management 101: Understanding the 'Japanese Way' of People Management

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
After attending this session, you will have a better understanding & appreciation of the differences between Japanese and Western HRM practices that may prove to be useful in effectively addressing cross-border HR issues & challenges.
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Track: International HR

This session will give you an opportunity to better understand the enigma that surrounds the practice of Japanese HR management from historical, cultural, legal, and contemporary perspectives.

Topics include:
• The four pillars of Japanese HR management;
• Japanese HRM vs. western HRM; and
• Recent & future trends: Towards a convergence of HR practices.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 - 2:15pm to 3:30pm

Jun Kabigting, MBA/MSIE

Kabigting, MBA/MSIE

Jun is an HR professional with nearly 20 years of deep HR body of knowledge and experience (10+ years of which are Japan-focused) across the entire HR value chain gained from both the public and private sectors and various industries such as manufacturing, academe, training, recruitment, and HR consulting. He is not only considered as Japan's premier HR-focused search consultant but also a practicing HR consultant providing services and solutions in various HR areas like performance management, compensation & benefits design, organizational design and development, change management, coaching, and career counseling. He holds a Japan-focused MBA from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and an MS Industrial Engineering degree from the University of the Philippines. He also completed his HR Studies Certificate from Cornell University.

LVCC N202-204
Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
Global Credit
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