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Webinar Scenario thinking : keys for innovating the future

Langue : English

Tarif :
JPY 2,000 for members of the French Chamber
JPY 4,000 for non-members
*Number of participants is limited.
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.

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As a committee event, we would like to give you the possibility to do some virtual networking. We will therefore distribute to the participants, after the webinar, the complete list of the participants.

 

The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan invites you to its next Design Thinking committee webinar on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 where Alan Wakida, specialist in growth & innovation practices will share a different way to think about the future for companies and industries.

With the turbulence caused by COVID-19, it is clearer now than ever that companies will need to rely on more than just analyzing and extrapolating past data. Come discover and experiment with Scenario Thinking, a method to explore various futures so that you can adapt your strategies to innovate and thrive during these unstable times.

 

This webinar will be held online.

You will receive an access link and login information the day before the event.

Account creation is not necessary to join this webinar.

 

About the speaker

Alan Wakida is the Growth & Innovation practice lead for the Sia Partners Japan office where he assists clients across a wide spectrum of industries with their innovation efforts.

Over the course of his career, Alan has developed skills in traditional strategy development, which he has augmented with knowledge in more contemporary fields such as design thinking and scenario planning to help clients better handle modern competitive challenges.

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