The Program on ICT Utilization to overcome DX-related Strategic Management Challenges [PICT]

The Program on ICT Utilization to overcome DX-related Strategic Management Challenges [PICT]

【Course Objectives】

– To deepen the participants’ understanding of how ICT utilization in the Japanese manufacturing and logistics industries as well as service industries has changed the industries in the current situation.

– To have them comprehend how strategically important ICT utilization in corporate management is by seeing case examples in some Japanese companies,

– To enable participants to enhance their corporate management capabilities so that they can start/utilize ICT in their own corporate management.

Date : 6 March – 17 March 2023 (12 days)

Venue : AOTS Tokyo Kenshu Center Target Participants (residents of developing countries) :

– Owners or directors of companies in the manufacturing, logistics, or service industries

-Senior managers who are engaged in ICT utilization   

-Middle to senior managers who are engaged in the work of system development in companies

Application Deadline : 21 December 2022

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For inquiries, you may contact Tina Velasco,

Training Program on Organizational Revitalization(TPOR)

Training Program on Organizational Revitalization(TPOR)

Improve leadership skills to revitalize the organization

【Objectives of the program】

– To understand the attitudes of leaders that promote organizational revitalization.

– To learn about organizational development methods.

– To learn about examples of Japanese companies that have succeeded in penetrating management philosophy and implemented organizational development initiatives.

– To enable participants to recognize their own leadership role in revitalizing their own organizations and improving productivity, and to develop specific action plans upon their return.

Entry Qualification

– Mid- to senior-level managers of companies in developing countries.

– more than 20 years old and over.

– University graduates and/or have equivalent professional experience.

– Sufficient working knowledge of English.

Date: From Tue 21 February to Thu2 March 2023 (10days)

Fee: A part of this program partly subsidized by Japanese Government.

Venue: AOTS Kansai Kenshu Center (KKC)

7-5, Asaka 1-chome, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, Osaka 558-0021

*Application Deadline: 15 December 2022

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For inquiries, you may contact Ms. Tina Velasco,

The Training Program on Program & Project Management

The Training Program on Program & Project Management

 Acquire the fundamental methods and basic application skills of project management used to manage a single project

 Familiarize themselves with “agile project management method”, an emerging variation of project management which is suited to software development, development of a highly innovative product or service, and stepwise corporate innovation where no model or prototype exists hence, it is difficult to define what to make from the beginning

 Learn the concept of program management at an advanced level which is gaining increasingly important roles for business competitiveness, innovation in a variety of sectors, and sustainability in global competition

 Enable the participants to obtain deeper understanding of roles of project managers and program managers in the contemporary fast moving economy and industry and the society.

Target: Directors, senior managers in companies and/or project leaders or managers who are in a position to plan and/or manage projects in the participant’s country. Managers or staff of industrial promotion organizations and/or business associations who support local companies in facilitating project management may also be accepted.

*20 years old and over

Date: From 1 to 13 March 2023

*Application Deadline: 22 Dec 2022

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For further information, contact Ms. Tina Velasco

The Program for Japanese Corporate Management [PJCM]

The Program for Japanese Corporate Management [PJCM]

-Learning from Ethos of Japanese Corporate Management-

Course Benefits

To understand the spirit of Japanese management by closely examining the essence.

To gain insight into ideas and methods that participants could incorporate in their own companies.

To understand long-established Japanese family business enterprises and their efforts and innovations to perpetuate their enterprises.

To consider how to apply the management methods learnt in this course into own enterprises.

Date   :15 February – 2 March 2023(16days)

Venue :AOTS Kansai Kenshu Center

Target Participants :Owners, Directors and Senior Managers who are responsible for organizational management

Participation Fee : JPY 168,000

Deadline : 25 November 2022 (Fri.)


Person in charge : Tina Velasco





1)11 Jan(Wed)2023

4:00 ~7:00PM)

2)12 Jan(Thurs)2023

4:00 ~7:00PM)

3)18 Jan (Wed)2023

4:00 ~7:00PM)

4)19 Jan (Thurs)2023

 4:00 ~7:00PM)

Don’t we always push our ideas one-sidedly to our subordinates, allowing them to skip a process of their own thinking, only to result that their possible commitment to work be entirely lost!?

Once they start being initial thinking creatures, they show up being so conscious of self-responsibility, readily contributing to solipsistic commitment to their job assignments.

Experience how this transformation occurs through this training seminar.

AOTS will issue the Certificate of Completion to those who completed this 4 days Webinar.

* “SHOP” is the abbreviation for “Training Program for Solving Human and Organizational Problems” held for over 35 years in Japan

Lecturer: Mr. Noriyuki Murata 

Chairman, RIIM Chu-San-Ren, Inc.

Deadline of Registration: 15 November (Thurs)




Person in charge: Tina Velasco


The Program on Business Innovation and Organization Development [BIOD]

The Program on Business Innovation and Organization Development [BIOD]

Course Benefits

1. To understand the characteristics and roles required of owners or executives for producing business innovation.

2. To learn the managerial methods for creating and promoting business innovation strategically.

3. To learn the methods of organization development and human resource development for making business innovation happen.

4. To make a concrete action plan for producing business innovation.

Date   :12-24 January 2023(2 weeks)

Venue :AOTS Kansai Kenshu Center

Target Participants :Company Owners, Executives or Senior Managers in developing countries

Deadline : 27 October 2022 (Thurs.)

Interested participants, please complete the registration form:

[WEBINAR] SDGs and Business Management

[WEBINAR] SDGs and Business Management

Wed. 28 Sep. 2022



Target Participants: Company owners, executives and senior managers.


Prof. Takamasa Fujioka, PhD

Graduate School of Global Business of Meiji University, Tokyo Japan/


Sasin Japan Center at Sasin School of Management of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand



[WEBINAR] Next Generation Leadership Based on Empathy and Co-creation in the Post-Covid-19 Era

[WEBINAR] Next Generation Leadership Based on Empathy and Co-creation in the Post-Covid-19 Era

– Aiming for becoming sustainable corporation,

lessons learned from best practices in Japan –

Thu. 22nd Sep. 2022

17:00 -20:00


Eligible persons:

Company Executives, Managers/ Supervisors at each level and Leaders of Next Generation in Developing countries

(20 y/o+)


Prof. Atsutoshi Oshima

Miyagi Univ

directed AOTS leadership training courses over the last 10 years.

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[WEBINAR] Corporate Innovation by Habituation of Practice

[WEBINAR] Corporate Innovation by Habituation of Practice

-Organizational change starting from 5S & Bonji –

*Participants are required to attend at all 4 sessions.

* All dates and times below are in Japan Standard time.

September 7, 8, 9 and 22, 2022

5:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Dr. Shin Omori


Faculty of Modern Social Studies, Otemae University


Company Owners, Executives, Senior Managers, and Managers who are in charge of 5S activities, etc. in Developing Countries (20 years old and over)

1.The three spirits of management

2. The history of 5S and the true effects of 5S activities

3.Case studies of 5S activities in Japan and overseas

4.Mindset of executives / managers when practicing 5S

5.Understanding the relationship between 5S and “Bonji Tettei”and consider the “Bonji” for own company

6.Formulation of 5S and “Bonji Tettei* ” practice plan by group work

*Bonji Tettei:

To thoroughly do simple things that anyone can do to the extent that no one else can do



DEADLINE: August 10, 2022

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