Last January, my classmates and I visited the Trusco Nakayama (“Trusco” hereinafter) logistics center in Saitama, Japan to learn about its management and operations. We were very impressed by the state-of- the-art logistics technologies and unique human resource management system.
This year, Hitotsubashi ICS’ ever-inventive Global Network Project (GNP) class took a new tack towards applied learning: developing a business solution for a big client right in Tokyo. In mid-January, #HitotsubashiICS18 students started work for Sony’s MESH and planning the product’s global roll-out.
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: