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Mike Nagata serves as partner in the firm's Tokyo office. He has 15 years of experience in business consulting with over 4 years' experience in executive search and recruitment in Boyden Japan and other international firms. Read more >
Mike Nagata serves as partner in the firm's Tokyo office. He has 15 years of experience in business consulting with over 4 years' experience in executive search and recruitment in Boyden Japan and other international firms. Mike's focus is in life sciences, chemicals and other advanced industries.
Mike started his career in the petrochemical industry where he achieved good results in marketing and new business development over the course of 10 years. He then worked for a small computer manufacturer as Director of International Operations while establishing and managing a worldwide sales network. After three years there, he formed his own company to provide business consulting services. He handled many international projects in the Middle East and Asia supporting U.S. firms who were entering the Japanese market.
While working in the petrochemical industry, Mike studied at the University of Technology in Monterrey, NL, Mexico as a member of the government student exchange program between Japan and Mexico.
He holds a BA of Economics from Keio University in Tokyo, Japan. < Read less
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LOCATIONTokyo | Asia Pacific
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March 2015 | White Papers
In our first white paper, “Japan’s Leadership Challenges in Globalization – Part 1: The Race is on for Japanese Global Leaders,” DHR International (DHR) confirmed that many Japanese companies are committed to recruiting and developing leaders who will successfully lead them through an era of increasing globalization. In our second, “Part 2: Turning Globalization Opportunities to Deliver Results,” we interviewed corporate executives and managers. We examined how Japanese companies are implementing diversity into their organizations and converting it to a real business driver in constantly changing global markets. This third paper continues our focus on the globalization of Japanese companies, examining the mindsets, habits and traits of successful global business leaders. More >
February 2015 | White Papers
Globalization in today’s market means dealing with diversity and rapid changes in different regions and countries around the world. And we asked the question: how are global enterprises handling diversity for successful business deployment in such an environment? More >
November 2014 | White Papers
The population of Japan has declined since 2011, a trend that will likely continue into the foreseeable future. Consequently, Japanese companies have responded to the shrinking market by expanding into areas outside of Japan through subsidiaries, capital partnerships and M&As. More >