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Dr. Merron received his Doctorate from Harvard University in 1985, where his studies spanned the fields of human and organization development. His book; Inner Freedom, Living Authentically the Life You Were Born to Live is available now. Mr. Merron just completed a book on the subject of frame breaking leadership called: The Golden Flame: The Heart and Soul of Remarkable Leadership. Keith teaches leadership at Hult School of Business and speaks on the subject of leadership and building extraordinary organizational cultures. You can learn more about Keith HERE and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.
Al Diaz and co-host Pamela Wagner share their insights on "Traveling Beats University!"
Friday, January 10th 10am PST
Pamela Wagner, has already visited 50 countries and speaks five languages at the age of 21. Fluent in German, English, Spanish, Russian, and Mandarin, she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration while studying in Austria, Spain and China. Pamela is currently pursuing her Master of International Business at Hult International Business School in Dubai, where she was also awarded the Global Leadership Scholarship for her worldwide engagement with the largest student organization – AIESEC. Her diversified work experience has given her the chance to gain practical knowledge from various industries including banking, insurance, and social entrepreneurship with a strong focus on marketing and business development. Along with her engagement in leadership projects, she is passionate about sports, connecting people, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Please welcome Akifumi Takita (Chair from Babson College) and Ryohei Asai (VP of Marketing from Suffolk University)
They will be here in the studio to talk about the Boston Asian MBA Association (BAMA).
Established in 2012, BAMA is a social networking platform powered by Asian MBA students in Boston.
The goal of the association is to build the awareness of BAMA at colleges/universities, and the relationships with professional firms in Boston.
BAMA consists of following schools: MIT Sloan, Suffolk Univ., Emerson College, Brandeis Univ., Babson College, Boston Univ., and Hult International Business School with 400 members.
BAMA is also here to promote a networking event on Friday, April 19th, at Liberty Hotel.
Host Phil Bowermaster welcomes Rob Bogosian to discuss corporate silence, the wilfull withholding of work-related information. Rob provides an overview of:
How corporate silence comes about
Why individuals enagage in it, and why some managers create a culture that encourages it
The toll that organizations pay for engaging in corporate silence
The relationship between corporate silence and corporate transparency
About our guest:
Rob Bogosian is the founder and principal consultant at RVB Associates, a consulting firm focused on linking management and leadership development to business strategy. Prior to establishing RVB Associates, he was Vice President of Performance Development at Wachovia Corporation. Rob is Professor of Management at Hult International Business School in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is currently Rob is a Doctoral Candidate at George Washington University, specializing in organizational silence.
Jeff Saperstein is an author, university teacher, consultant, and enabler in how technology can be used to create growth in regional economic development, success for organizations, and personal career planning.
His books and case studies are focused upon best practices for innovation. “Toyota: Driving the Mainstream Market to Purchase Hybrid Electronic Vehicles” is one of Richard Ivey Business School top ten most popular MBA case studies. His most recent book, co-authored with Hunter Hastings, is “Bust the Silos: Opening Your Organization for Growth”.
He has worked with governments, corporations, and NGO's to use marketing to increase growth. Jeff has taught on-site at Cisco and other corporations. He teaches seminars on “How to Improve Collaboration to Foster Innovation” at the European School of Management in Paris and EM Lyon both French Grand Ecoles and Marketing at Hult International Business School in San Francisco.
Jeff also hosts International MBA groups for immersion tours in Silicon Valley and leads technology bloggers on writing trips to regional centers of innovation excellence including Israel and London/Cambridge.
Jeff lives in Mill Valley, California with his wife, Dr. Ilene Serlin
An international conference about fraud in Japan was held at a Tokyo Hotel on May 31, 2012. The conference was organized by NICE Actimize which is world’s largest and broadest provider of financial crimes prevention solutions. The agenda of conference was “Mitigating fraud in Japan, combating new fraud threats.” Since Japan Company Trust Organization (JCTO) is supporting all forums for internet and Banking frauds, Mr. Hiromasa Suzuki director of JCTO attended the forum as Chairman of the conference. The participates addressed the conference about risk of internet and Banking Fraud.
The main topics discussed were:
- Misuse of information and dispute resolution
- How to tackle Cyber-attack and Cyber-security
- How to prevent internet fraud
- Fraud risk management framework for financial institutions
- How to implement a successful internal fraud strategy
- Closing the fraud intelligence gap and role of the National Police Agency of Japan
- Lessons learned in deploying an effective cross-channel fraud prevention strategy
The participates from well-known fraud prevention agencies including National Police Agency (NPA) of Japan also answered questions from the audience and give valuable advice against cyber crimes.