We have been discussing the method of “Abduction” so far. Now we will move on to the step of acquiring the method ourselves. Surprisingly, the method is not too complicated for anyone to learn and can be put into practice immediately. To begin with, you must get enough sleep at night and get up early … Continue reading How to Acquire the Method of “Abduction”
We have introduced the Japanese thinking methods such as the KJ method, KOZANE method and Equivalent Transformation Theory last week. You may be wondering that how come it is possible to look through the future and take actions with the thinking method of “abduction”. Honestly speaking, we Japanese are now under the pressure of the … Continue reading The process to provoke innovation with “Abduction”
As we have discussed last week that we need a kind of frame work to help generate innovation which can boost the economic development again. And we also talked about the western methods of reasoning, such as the induction, deduction and abduction claimed by Aristotle, a philosopher in Ancient Greece and furthermore advanced by American … Continue reading The Japanese way of Thinking Surpassed the Western’s?
We have discussed last time that the current Japanese society is lack of the ability of “innovation”. However, the global capital flow from China market or other countries to Japan is still on a buying craze for Japanese technology. If we cannot create something new, then just waiting for sinking. The problem is “how”? Is … Continue reading What is “Abduction” used by western elites?
We IISIA has dedicated to the social contributions these years such as to provide free information literacy education for the university students not only domestic but also overseas via the online course or internship etc., People may be wondering that why we make our effort to promote such activities. We would like to spend few … Continue reading What happens in Japan Society?
In the year of 1988, the “Old order” in Taiwan passed away with the death of Jiang Ching-Kuo, the son of Jiang Kai-Shek. Taiwan society afterward experienced an unprecedented turmoil in politics and economy, a dramatically “pain of delivery” for a longtime and I was just a 7th-grade student. What happened then in domestic politics? … Continue reading Why I am here in IISIA? from Taiwan to Japan
Most CSR divisions would not come on top, or even be actively engaged, in the budget-snatching competition for the company. That of our institute, IISIA, is a fortunate exception. We are, currently, allotted staggering 50% of the total revenue of the institute, with the acknowledgments of the clients. And the revenue is growing fast, scoring … Continue reading Staying Out of Funding Problems as CSR Division
It feels like a nonsense plot twist in life that I ended up here, and yet peculiarly makes sense somehow. Acquiring the bachelor and masters degree at the University of Tokyo, I took a job at a middle-scale IT venture company, directing the development of a mobile game for one year, and then moved on … Continue reading How I Met the Unlikely Guru, Mr. Harada
There is this rather odd-sounding word in Japanese, “jun-Japa”, which is quite widely used in younger generations in Japan. This word is originally an abbreviation of “Junsui-na Japanese”, which literally means “a pure Japanese” or “genuine Japanese”. You might roll your eyes and immediately get a sense that this word, created maybe out of some … Continue reading Greetings from a “Pure” Japanese
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