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GLOBIS Launches First Online Corporate Training with Ajinomoto in Brazil Sao Paulo and Tokyo Connect to Learn Critical Thinking


(Tokyo, Japan) GLOBIS Corporation launched its first real-time English online corporate training course, connecting its Tokyo campus with Ajinomoto’s Brazil Office in Sao Paulo. The course in Critical Thinking started in February this year and ends in May, with interactive online sessions on March 24 and April 24.

In the first live online class, 18 Brazilians and 3 Japanese stationed in Brazil connected with the GLOBIS Campus in Tokyo. The class was conducted in real-time, as the teacher and students interacted with each other without leaving their offices. Seiji Takagi, Director of Operations for Ajinomoto Brazil’s amino-science department, remarked, “The course content was easy to understand, and the online connection was smooth. Our Brazilian employees were eager to participate. The Japanese employees hope that this new ‘common language’ of critical thinking will improve how well they work together and bring greater operational efficiency.”

GLOBIS Corporate Education offers personnel training for overseas branches of Japanese corporations through two methods: 1) courses taught by faculty onsite at the overseas customers’ locations, and 2) connecting Japan and with the overseas branches via online internet connection.

image001 500.jpgGLOBIS Lecturer Gil Chavez conducts the online, real-time course discussion.
(GLOBIS Tokyo, March 24, 2017)

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About Ajinomoto (
With a global perspective in mind, the Ajinomoto Group is a group of companies which aims to contribute globally to better food, better health, and better living. We aim to help solve the issues that humanity faces this century: sustainability of the earth, food security, and healthy living. Based on our core competency of developing amino acids, we contribute in the spaces where foods, bio-science and fine chemical technologies, and medicine/health overlap. By increasing these overlapping areas, we aim to create further synergies and seek to grow as a unique global food company. See for more information.

About GLOBIS (
Since its foundation in 1992, GLOBIS has articulated a vision to create and innovate societies by fostering management ecosystems of People, Capital and Knowledge. In the area of “People,” GLOBIS develops human resources and organizations through the Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University, GLOBIS Executive and Management Schools, and corporate training. In the area of “Capital,” we invest in and nurture start-up firms through our venture capital company, GLOBIS Capital Partners. In the area of “Knowledge,” we provide management expertise through our publications and GLOBIS Insights, an information website and mobile application. We provide MBA programs and corporate training in English and Japanese both online and at our campuses in Japan (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai and Fukuoka) and outside Japan (Shanghai, Singapore and Thailand). GLOBIS operates two non-profit organizations to promote creativity and innovation in society: the G1 Institute, which organizes conferences, and the KIBOW Foundation, which is engaged in earthquake reconstruction assistance.

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