March 1971 - graduated from the Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology
Qualification: Engineer (Construction Division - Road)
Joined Pacific Consultants Co., Ltd.
Chief of the branch of the West Japan Business Headquarters
President, Kyushu Branch Director
Director, Osaka President, Director
Managing Director Business General Manager
Senior Managing Director (Business Administration)
President and Representative Director
Representative Director and Chairman
Areas of Expertise
Professional engineers of road engineering
Planning, design engineers, management of bridges and road structures.
Currently consultant management in general.
What have been the main lessons you have learned in your career and how do you implement them in your management?
Do not rush life aimed at temporary authority, hold thouhts and vision which are acceptable to society, keep a low profile for somebody else and never escape.
Be objective to myself, and concerned with other people’s well being.
Be courageous to make a decision with responsibility
To be a human “being” , not a human “resource”
As a management executive, carry out lessons from my career and keep telling the lessons as “my vison” in every chances
My family, friends, teachers and junior fellows, who have had contact with me in my life
My company, colleagues and supervisors who supported me when I spent a one-year repuculation time from pulmorary tuberculosis when I was 26 years old.
My family and colleagues who supported me when I had cardiac operation in my first year as the president when I was 61 years old
Grateful for my company and colleagues who changed my life vision and regenerated me from my severe illness
Regain Japanese spirit and culture
Courage is necessary in making responsible decisions
Harmony makes everything works
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