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Experience Underpins the CEO's Harder Choices

Posted by Emi Osono on Mar 19, 2019 5:45:00 PM

In 2000, Hitotsubashi University’s Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy (ICS) was established as a business school that aims to positively impact business practices through academic research. In 2001, ICS launched the Porter Prize, named after Professor Michael E. Porter of Harvard Business School, to commemorate the university’s 20-year relationship with Professor Porter, and recognize his generosity and lifelong dedication to the development of the theory and practice of competitive strategy. The Porter Prize not only celebrates companies that compete on unique competitive strategy and realize a level of profitability that exceeds the industry average, but it also demonstrates our commitment to contributing to the vitality of the business community and society. 

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