Corporate Governance & Culture in Japan - Nicholas Benes

May 8, 2014

Dr. Joseph Haldane, President of The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), interviews Nicholas Benes on Japanese corporate governance, corporate culture and the importance of director training in Japanese business.


About Nicholas Benes

Nicholas Benes is Representative Director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. The BDTI is a Japanese ‘public interest’ organisation certified by the government, and was established in 2009 by experts and opinion leaders active in academic and business circles. BDTI’s mission is to increase trust between corporations and the public, and facilitate the safe and ethical development of the Japanese economy and Japanese companies, by improving corporate governance and accelerating the spread of effective management methods.

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Nicholas Benes was a Featured Speaker at the IAFOR Asian Business Management Conference 2013 (ABMC2013) and the Asian Conference on Politics, Economics & Law 2013 (ACPEL2013) in Osaka, Japan.

Photography by Kiyoshi Mana, IAFOR Media.

Nicholas Benes

About Nicholas Benes

Nicholas Benes is Representative Director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan. The BDTI is a Japanese ‘public interest’ organization certified by the government, and was established in 2009 by experts and opinion leaders active in academic and business circles. BDTI’s mission is to increase trust between corporations and the public, and facilitate the safe and ethical development of the Japanese economy and Japanese companies, by improving corporate governance and accelerating the spread of effective management methods.

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