In this session...
How should we think about new ways of working, living and learning? What role does, and will technology play in business, now and in future? How can we stay relevant as the environment we live and work in continues to change rapidly? What established boundaries do we need to bridge in order to create or access opportunities not only in Japan but globally as well?
These are some of the key questions that defines “Hataraki Kata Kaikaku,” a movement in Japan that is gaining momentum with individuals and companies alike. The idea is to mobilise broad communities to (re)imagine what success can look like in future for their lives.
Shin Murakami is the Japan Country Manager for LinkedIn, the world's largest professional network on the internet. Since joining the company in 2017, Shin continues to be an ardent advocate for work style innovation, specifically around helping people and companies to future-proof themselves. In this keynote, Shin hopes to draw from his extensive, multifaceted experience as an engineer, entrepreneur and leader to share his perspectives about these key considerations that will shape the future of work.