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Seiwajyuku Silicon Valley


  • Company: Seiwajyuku Silicon Valley
  • Street: 1777 Hamilton Ave. #1080
  • City/Town/Village: San Jose
  • State/Prefecture: California
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 95125
  • Phone: 408-568-3617
  • Website: http://www.seiwajyuku.org/sv/
  • Contact: seiwajyuku.siliconvalley@gmail.com
  • Listed: 02/16/2017 9:00 pm
  • Expires: 116 days, 9 hours
Seiwajyuku Silicon Valley
 
Seiwajyuku Silicon Valley(San Francisco and San Jose Area) established 2008, is a study group of business owners devoted to applying the management principles of Dr. Kazuo Inamori into their business management practice. Dr. Kazuo Inamori is the founder of Kyocera and KDDI, and the former chairman of Japan Airlines. His enormous success as a business leader has led him to share his own philosophy with other business owners.

What is SEIWAJYUKU?
Seiwajyuku has been aptly described as a “dojo (training hall) of life” for business managers who wish to actively examine and develop their philosophies on business management and on life in general with Dr. Kazuo Inamori, Founder of Kyocera Corporation. Dr. Inamori serves voluntarily as Jyukucho (Seiwajyuku Principal) of a global network of Seiwajyuku schools, responding to members’ questions, engaging them in spirited debate, and encouraging them to learn from each other. Jyukucho Inamori truly believes that developing business managers with Kokoro (heart, mind and spirit) will help to make Japan – and the world – a better place.

About Dr. Kazuo Inamori
Dr. Kazuo Inamori was born in Kagoshima, Japan, in 1932.
He graduated from Kagoshima University in 1955 with a Bachelor of Engineering degree and joined Shofu Industries, an insulator manufacturing company, in Kyoto. In April 1959, he established Kyoto Ceramic Co., Ltd. (now Kyocera Corporation) with an investment of 3 million Japanese yen from acquaintances. He served as president and chairman of the company until 1997, when he assumed the title of founder and chairman emeritus.
When Japan’s telecommunications industry was deregulated in 1984, Inamori quickly took the initiative to establish DDI Corporation, and became its chairman. In October 2000, DDI merged with KDD and IDO to create KDDI Corporation. Inamori served as KDDI’s chairman emeritus. He was named honorary adviser in June 2001.
In 1984, Inamori made a personal endowment to establish the non-profit Inamori Foundation, and became its president. At the same time, he created the Kyoto Prize, an international award presented by the Inamori Foundation each November to recognize individuals and groups worldwide who have made outstanding contributions to the betterment of the global community and humankind.

His volunteer service includes leading Seiwajyuku, a private management school operating in 60 locations, seven of which are outside of Japan. As president of Seiwajyuku, Inamori teaches his management philosophy to more than 5,266 business owners and entrepreneurs worldwide. (as of June 30, 2009)

He also holds several posts outside of the company including honorary chairman of the Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, trustee emeritus of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, and foreign associate of the National Academy of Engineering in the United States.
He entered Buddhist priesthood; ceremony at Enpuku-ji temple of the Rinzaishu sect, Myoshinji-lineage in 1997.

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