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  • ITB Special Seminar Series(Oct 30-31) Personal Carrer/Business in Uncertain Age Kazuaki ODA Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Hello, everybody! 1 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Kazuaki ODA (“Kazu”)SLOGAN Inc. (Executive officer)K Consulting Co., Ltd (CEO)LimitBreak Inc. (Executive Officer)Nagoya University (Visiting Professor )-Macro Economics, Social Science, Strategy/ManagementAngel Investor E-mail : oda@slogan.jp : Facebook: www.facebook.com/kazuaki.oda Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Work ExperienceAndersen Consulting(ACCENTURE) management consultant in Japan and USInternet Ad Agency (Mailnews Corporation) =>IPO and merged to Dentsu(*) group (* No.1 Ad agency in Japan)Internet Ad Agency CSO(Strategy) & CTO(Technology) of Dentsu GroupMobile service companies(shortcut email reply system) =>buy-outInvesting to some companies 3 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • SLOGAN Inc.Venture Human Capital & Incubation Lab (www.goodfind.jp) 4 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved. 4
  • The PHPer.jp is a cloud platform website. (PaaS=Platform As A Service) Programmers need no preparations before developing software. ・Web/CLI/RESTfulAPI ・Prepaid by PalPal ・Deployment by git push ・Linux Apache MySQL PHP ・Convertible PHP versions ・Adon system ・Showcase ・Domain Management ・Shared SSL(Beta version as 2012/10/25) Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • My networks in the world 6 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • <Lectures in the sequence in Nagoya University>(1)Overview and outlook of worldwide societies/economiesand how to select excellent companies.(2)How to create and value up successful personal careersand skills in this unpredictable future.(3)The secrets of problem solving method and logical thinking ofglobal management consulting firms.(4)Effective communication and presentation skills in the teamsor in public speaking occasions.(5)How to create new business structures and organizations. 7 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • グループワーク まずは考えてみましょう!Overviews of Worldwide Environment 8 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • What’s going on in Indonesia and Japan? Indonesia JapanGDP-2011 $850B $5900B(Growth Rate) (6.46%) (-0.7%)Population 246M 127M(Growth Rate) (1.02%) (0.29%)Birth Rate 2.19 1.27Unemployment Rate 7.1% 5%Inflation Rate 5.36% -0.28%※Source: World Bank Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • GDP World Ranking Country GDP1 USA $15000B2 China $7300B3 Japan $5900B4 Germany $3570B5 France $2770B6 Brazil $2480B7 United Kingdom $2430B8 Italy $2200B9 Russia $1860B10 India $1850B16 Indonesia $850B 10 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • How about in the World?・Rising Population => Food、resource and environmental problem・“Regularly” there are too much money in the world ” <= Distribution of Wealth(pension investment in advanced, natural resource bubble in developing countries)・Globalization of Money / Service This is a result of IT / Sophisticated IT infrastructureEspecially “money” and “information” go through the world with just 1 click.・Large Economic Regions are EmergingEU、Arab、North America、South America、East Asia, Southern East Asia .・Chaos of Thought, Nation System and Ideology“Post capitalism and socialism” diversity is the keyword 11 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Indonesia Gross Domestic Product (GDP)(Billions of $) 1600 7% 1400 6% 1200 5% 1000 4% 800 GDP 3% Gowth Rate 600 2% 400 200 1% 0 0% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Source: IMF *IMF estimates 2012-2015 12 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • GDP Growth Rate - Indonesia, China, Japan and USA15%10% 5% Indonesia Japan China 0% USA-5%-10% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Source: IMF *IMF estimates 2012-2015 13 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • GDP – Composition by SectorWorld GDP=$70,000BIndonesia GDP=$850B (2011, 1.2%) • Agriculture → 14.7% • Industry → 47.2% • Service → 38.11%Japan GDP=$5,900B (2011, 8.4%) • Agriculture → 1.2% • Industry → 27.3% • Service → 71.6% 14 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Difference between Advanced and Developing CountriesAdvanced Country • Declining birthrate and Aging Population • Domestic Consumption is Shrinking • GDP is Growing at LOW rateDeveloping Country • Infrastructure Improvement • Capital Shortage (= depending on foreign capital ) • Technology Level is becoming Advanced 15 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Population Forecast of the World(Billions of People) 100 5% 90 80 4% 70 60 3% World 50 Indonesia Japan 40 2% 30 20 1% 10 0 0% 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 Source: United Nations 16 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Population World Ranking Country Population1 China 1,347M2 India 1,210M3 United States 314M4 Indonesia 237M5 Brazil 193M6 Pakistan 181M7 Nigeria 166M8 Bangladesh 152M9 Russia 143M10 Japan 127M 17 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Population Forecast in Indonesia(Millions of People)350 12%300 10%250 8%200 6% Population150 Growth Rate 4%100 50 2% 0 0% 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 Source: United Nations 18 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Japanese Population Structure (Thousands of People) Source: U.S. Department of Commerce 19 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Indonesian Population Structure (Thousands of People) Source: U.S. Department of Commerce 20 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Classification of Companies in Advanced Country Scale Large Domestic Consumption Foreign Demand Established Interest Global CompanyGrowth Low/Minus HighRate Growing Company Small Company (including Startups) Small 21 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Relationship between Company and Individuals 22 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • ( )Social Trends Indicate Following Impacts on HR(Human Resources) • excess liquidity of capital => a concentration of money on what makes money • the rise of knowledge-based industry => Talents create new value • Globalization is inevitable => Expansion of business opportunity • Improvement of IT infrastructure => Demand for people who have excellent IT 23 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 、So、it is the age of“War for Talent!” ” 24 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Individuals vs Organizations 25 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Dilemma of HRCompetition < = > Disparity Growth < = > StabilityOrganization < = > IndividualControl < = > Non-interference 26 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Company Growth Contradicts Individual Skills Company DevelopmentCompanyScale Dependence on Individual Time 27 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Three types of “Srakeholders” Investors Management Operation 28 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Maturity of Organization 、= f (average age、number of employees) 29 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Diversity of Organization 、= f (male-female ratio of board members、 、 average age、nationality) 30 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Comparison of HR Management System (Indonesia, Japan and Other Foreign Companies)<Japanese> <Foreign Companies>・Fresh Graduates ・Fresh Grad+Mid-Career・General Work Employment ・Job Function Employment・Life Employment ・Contract Employment・Promotion by Seniority ・Merit System・OJT ・Manual・Overtime money ・Annual Salary System 31 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • What type of business person is required in the world? Be a business leader who can “give” benefit to organization!! “self-accusing” mind self-growth oriented Business Leader egoist who are“Take” mind “corporative” ”Give” mind “I” oriented “We” oriented(Subject is “I”) (Subject is “We”) Job-hopper Blue bird syndrome People depending on companies “others-accusing” mind 32 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • What type of business person is required? (ver.2) ・Good Team Player ・”Cooperative” Leader Cooperative” ・Specialist ・Diversity Manager(Good Facilitator) 33 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • <Most NEEDED skills in this era> ・Professional Mind Communication(English/Chinese) ・Communication(English/Chinese) ・Leadership/Followership (Management Skill) Human- ・Human-Relation Management ・Analytical Thinking 34 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Skills and Career 35 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Structure of Skills and How to Understand It(1/2) Variety of related skills Specialist Management ExpertThe depth of “T-Shaped Skills”related skills Advanced Model Inexpert Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Structure of Skills and How to Understand It(2/2) Perspective of skill type Specialist Management Shot-term result ((responsibility)) Mid/long-term result Individual ((task type)) Comprehensive Special ((work style)) General Market- Expert oriented ManagerPerspective of career level (( approach Way of using skills Professional Leader Operation )) Inexpert Individual /potential approach Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • <Contact to Oda>email:oda@slogan.jpFacebook:www.facebook.com/kazuaki.oda 38 Copyright©SLOGAN Inc. All Rights Reserved.