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Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council

We have shared these months to tell what social contribution activities IISIA/RIJAG has dedicated to and for the purpose of gaining a bigger voice in global societies, we have set a goal to acquire a place of consultative status with Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in United States. Through the place of consultative status in … Continue reading Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council

Overseas interns with IISIA/RIJAG

Last summer in 2019, we have successfully held an internship in Tokyo with two university students from Russia. They were the students of a leading University of Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics (UNECON) in Russia. The interns not only acquire the skills of “information literacy” but also learned Japanese corporate culture. You may be wondering … Continue reading Overseas interns with IISIA/RIJAG

Future scenario and Leadership

Nowadays, uncertainly and volatility is increasing in the world, how to carve out own path, lead the organization and create renovation are important. This seminar is aimed at young generation, to learn how to make the future scenario through information literacy. This seminar in Tokyo University is part of IISIA’s social contribution program, which uses … Continue reading Future scenario and Leadership

Global Leader Raising: IISIA Prep-School

NEWS: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/07/23/asia/thailand-anti-government-protests-intl-hnk/index.html https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-53798826 https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30389095 https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-53770939 You may wonder why we started the blog with Thai protest movement that has been taking place recently. Thai`s unemployment rate is soaring in Thailand due to the influence of COVID-19. About 3,000 young people went out onto the street and appealed to the government to remove Prime Minister, Prayut … Continue reading Global Leader Raising: IISIA Prep-School

IISIA and Information Literacy: Why does it matter?

COVID-19 pandemic was a totally unexpected event that turned the world and the world`s economy upside down. https://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/coronavirus/socio-economic-impact-of-covid-19.html But, really? Did corona virus appear just out of nowhere? – The answer is no. There are always meanings to events, but most of us experience them without realizing those meaning. The past four articles that we … Continue reading IISIA and Information Literacy: Why does it matter?

The process to provoke innovation with “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”

The Japanese way of Thinking Surpassed the Western’s?

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?

What is “Abduction” used by western elites?

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?

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