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Published on Feb 3, 2012
A creative deconstruction : A paradigm change in Japan （創造的破壊：日本のパラダイム・チェンジ）
About a speaker : Professer Seiichiro Yonekura serves as director of Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University, also known as one of the leading researcher on innovation in Japan. He is actively sharing his insights on the future of Japan through his books, many of his talks, as well as at Nippon Genki Juku in Roppongi Hills for which he leads as a director. （一橋大学教授でイノベーション研究センター長の米倉誠一郎さん。日本におけるイノベーション研究の第一人者で、著書や講演活動、塾長を務める六本木ヒルズの日本元気塾などを通じて、日本の未来についての洞察を広く発信しています。）
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