Book Review: The Most Important Thing

Posted by Jane Park on Jun 10, 2020 6:00:00 AM

In this edition of Byline ICS, Jane Jihyun Park, a two-year program MBA student, shares with us why "The Most Important Thing" by Howard Marks is valuable reading for anyone who wants to excel in investing. Below read the three-key take-aways of her review. 

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Topics: Business School, Student Voice, Life at ICS, MBA life, Investing

Faculty Interview: Dean Kaz Ichijo (Part 2-1)

Posted by Byline ICS on Apr 24, 2020 8:00:00 AM

We sat down with Professor Kazuo Ichijo, fondly known as Kaz, for a faculty interview commemorating the 20th anniversary of Hitotsubashi ICS.

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Topics: Business School, Leadership, Faculty Impact

Faculty Interview: Dean Kaz Ichijo (Part 1-2)

Posted by Mina Nishisaka on Apr 17, 2020 8:00:00 AM

We sat down with the Dean of Hitotsubashi ICS, Professor Kazuo Ichijo (fondly known as Kaz) for a faculty interview commemorating the 20th anniversary of Hitotsubashi ICS.

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Topics: Business School, Leadership, Faculty Impact

Faculty Interview: Dean Kaz Ichijo (Part 1-1)

Posted by Mina Nishisaka on Apr 9, 2020 3:20:40 PM

We sat down with the Dean of Hitotsubashi ICS, Professor Kazuo Ichijo (fondly known as Kaz) for a faculty interview commemorating the 20th anniversary of Hitotsubashi ICS.

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Topics: Business School, Leadership, Faculty Impact

Knowledge Report: 20 years after my MBA at Hitotsubashi ICS

Posted by Aiko Tokiyama on Sep 3, 2019 10:10:00 AM

The Year Is 2039 - Travel in time, forward 20 years. It is 2039, and you’ve worked towards a vision for your life and career. Describe this journey, telling how you engaged the integrated whole of yourself in adding something new to the world… (Jody Ono, Class of 2018 Knowledge Report Assignment, Wise Leadership Capstone)

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Topics: Hitotsubashi ICS, Business School, MBA, takeaway, global business school, Leadership, life after the MBA, Wise Leadership

3 Lessons From My Time At Hitotsubashi ICS

Posted by Aiko Tokiyama on Jan 15, 2019 11:11:00 AM

I graduated from Hitotsubashi ICS over a decade ago, but key lessons from my time there remain relevant even today. I was a company-sponsored student who, upon finishing my MBA, had the opportunity to work in different sectors and do business in different parts of the world. To this day, as a manager of a semi-global team, I rely on these key takeaways.

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Topics: Japanese Business, Business School, mangement, MBA, diversity, communication, takeaway, Alumni Voice

A New Year's Resolutions: Diet and Exercise

Posted by Erica Okada on Jan 8, 2019 6:00:00 PM

It’s been a few days since some of you made your New Year’s resolutions.  Maybe it is not customary among Nihonjin and others who may prefer discipline throughout the year, but if you did what was it?  In America, the perennially most popular New Year’s resolution is to lose weight.  In principle weight control is a simple arithmetic combination of increasing energy expenditure (“exercise”) and decreasing caloric intake (“diet”). 

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Topics: Hitotsubashi ICS, Business School, research, Journal of Consumer Research, Implications for Weight Control, contrasting mental models, Faculty Impact, successful weight control

Hitotsubashi ICS and the Porter Prize

Posted by Aiko Tokiyama on Dec 1, 2018 9:34:39 PM

Next week, Hitotsubashi ICS will host the 18th edition of the Porter Prize, a highly anticipated annual event. The Porter Prize is awarded to businesses that display especially distinctive and competitive business strategies in a particular industry, in three major categories:

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Topics: Porter Prize, Hitotsubashi ICS, Micheal E. Porter, Japanese Business, Business Strategy, competitive strategy, Business School

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