Multicultural Collaboration and Leadership

    August 06, 2021

    “Multicultural Collaboration and Leadership” will be offered in September as one course category of “Leadership training and International Liberal Arts”, Global Scientists and Engineers Course-Advanced.
    Advanced course students must attain 1 credit from this category in order to complete course requirements.


    Multicultural Collaboration and Leadership


    Lecture Title

    Multicultural Collaboration and Leadership

    (Course number: LAW.X429


    Course description

    This course is organized by Tokyo Tech Alumni who works at Google Japan. The goal of this course is to develop mindset and skillset for students to work in multi-cultural global environment. The course includes, but not limited to, lectures, self-evaluation practices, trainings, case studies.


    Room number  S611


    Course schedule

    2/17 (Thu)   10:40-12:20 + 13:30-15:10
    2/18 (Fri)     10:40-12:20 + 13:30-15:10 
    2/21 (Mon)  10:40-12:20 + 13:30-15:10 
    2/22 (Tue)   10:40-12:20 + 13:30-15:10





    Course registration

    Please make “Course Registration” through Web-System for Students and Faculty. Please make “Course Addition.


    Introduction of instructors

    – Instructor –

    Minh Nguyen
    (Google Japan, Marketing Research Manager/ Tokyo Tech Alumni))

    Minh Nguyen received his Bachelor of Engineering from National Defense Academy, Japan, with Undergraduate Student Honor Award, Foreign Student Honor Award. He completed his Ph.D. of Computer Science, Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology and received 100% scholarship from Japanese Government. After graduation, he joined Dentsu Inc. Tokyo, Integrated Data Strategy Center. He served many national clients on ads effectiveness research, mix marketing modelling, digital strategy consulting. Previously, he worked for Facebook and helped client’s business grow by transforming marketing practices, grounded in data and science. He currently works for Google Japan as a Marketing Research Manager, and is developing solutions for advertising effectiveness measurement in the marketing spectrum.

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