Organization Overview

Organization Overview

Official Name Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation
Establishment July 2012 (JAIMS, a nonprofit educational institution in Hawaii, was established in 1972. The headquarters function of JAIMS was transferred to Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation in April 2013.)
Address 1-1, Kamikodanaka 4-chome, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa 211-8588, Japan
Mission Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation holds a mission to contribute to the development of human resources and the formation of a community through knowledge co-creation in the Asia-Pacific region.
Trustee, Board of Trustees, Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation Naoki Tanaka President, Center for International Public Policy Studies
Takahito Tokita Representative Director, President, Fujitsu Limited
Mitsuya Yasui Corporate Executive Officer, Fujitsu Ltd.
Representative Director, Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation Tatsuya Tanaka Director, Chairman, Fujitsu Ltd.
Director, Board of Directors, Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation Ryoko Toyama
Professor, Graduate School of Strategic Management, Chuo University
David Bess
Professor Emeritus, Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii
Hiroshi Hayashi
Senior Advisor, Fujitsu Ltd.
Hidehiko Kawashima
“Director, JAIMS Planning Department, Fujitsu Ltd.
General Manager, Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation”
Director Emeritus, Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation Shigeo Takagi Supreme Advisor, The Hokuriku bank, LTD.
Auditor, Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation Kazuo Yuasa Corporate Executive Officer, Fujitsu Ltd.
Programs Offered International Study Program

Global Leaders for Innovation and Knowledge

Lasting around three and a half months, this international management program is aimed at developing innovation leaders who can leverage their knowledge, judgment, and hands-on skills toward the task of providing management of the highest standard on the global stage. Across Fujitsu-JAIMS’s multi-campus network, in a diverse environment made up of outstanding students from a broad range of cultural and national backgrounds (prominently including students from East and Southeast Asia), participants will develop the comprehensive knowledge and leadership needed to bring people and places together and make innovation a reality.

Knowledge Cafe

Knowledge Cafe

The Knowledge Cafe is a place where professionals can hear noted speakers and exchange knowledge with their contemporaries. The concept behind the Knowledge Cafe is to invite world-class professionals who are making a difference on the front lines to share the knowledge and experience that today’s global business environment demands. (Sessions are held in Japan and Hawaii.)

Alumni Totals Graduates
Graduates JAIMS and Fujitsu-JAIMS programs: about 3,200
totaling 23,000 participants from 55 countries and regions
JAIMS (Hawaii Campus) Non-profit educational/research organization in compliance with Hawaii state law
(Authorized Provider, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services; accredited by the Hawaii Department of Education)
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America
6660 Hawaii Kai Drive, Honolulu Hawaii 96825 USA

*This information is current as of July 2019.

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