In light of the expansion of business in Asian countries in recent years, Fujitsu has decided to establish the Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation (Fujitsu-JAIMS) in order to reorganize JAIMS as an educational institution that also emphasizes Asia.
She has a high-powered core group of people who help her with Whatever project she undertakes: accountant Wendell Lee; attorney Iris Okawa; University of Hawaii Vice President Doris Ching; JAIMS executive Blair Odo and florist Gary Dung.
The selection process was led by Connie Lau of American Savings Bank; Dr: Glenn Miyataki of JAIMS and Floyd Takeuchi of PacificBasin Communications.
Today, its reach is more global and JAIMS has educated and trained more than 20,000 academic and seminar participants from over 50 countries.
The training and education JAIMS offers is unique in several ways.
In 2002 and beyond, JAIMS is both fulfilling and expanding upon the mission set out by its founders: to contribute to the human and economic development of the Asia-Pacific region by educating managers to be effective leaders in an increasingly interdependent global economy.
For more information on the Drucker School-JAIMS executive roundtable, please contact Julie Chen, JAIMS marketing and public affairs director, at 396-7119 or via e-mail at jchen@jaims.
JAIMS began offering Japan- and China-focused Executive Master of Business Administration degrees in 1990 and 1996, respectively, through a partnership with the UH College of Business Administration.
and Citibank Shanghai rounds out the JAIMS experience.
JAIMS currently hosts 34 students in its intercultural management program and 18 students in its MBA programs.
I think JAIMS (The Japan America Institute of Management Studies) and the East-West Center are wonderful institutions.
JAIMS is a paradise for intercultural business management.