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Study Tours and cross-cultural meetings
Japan can represent a destination of interest and inspiration under several aspects. Our experience has confirmed not merely the ease of retrieval of information remotely. In fact. Apart from the means that the communication technology makes nowadays available, the most effective impact is given by visiting and taking direct contact with the difference of approach to strategic, operational, research and organization matters. Besides, everyone coming from Western countries meets a different way of life, different way of training, different vision about work and management: all have an unparalleled effect in terms of emotional impression, rational thinking and dynamic value proposition.
We carefully choose the destinations and target counterparties according to our clients’ requests, or expectations. We play a major role in removing the linguistic and cultural barrier that may otherwise be a brake on mutual contact and understanding, with a welcome effect of motivation and active engagement in globalization as an interaction of people beyond the globalization of goods trade.
Journeys typically include:
- Visits to institutional bodies, trade associations, … and meetings with representatives
- Visits to manufacturers and service companies, with Q&A time with local managers
- Discussions. meetings or interviews with experts, teachers, specialists
- Participation in events and conferences
- Participation in trade fairs
- Seminars and workshops at companies of the JMA / JMAC group on defined topics.
Your goals of learning and application will be clearer and more attainable. The benefit is not in cut-and-paste, but rather in comparison and mutual reference. Other worlds and other thoughts are the spur – anytime essential to take the right distance from the canvas and get a clear vision for the best decision making.
Let’s engage for
Fee free to contact JMAC’s consultants
if you like to share and discuss about your needs
or ask for a meeting
to outline your improvement path together.
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