Doctorate (Business Administration), Lecturer in the Department of International Business and Management, Faculty of Business Administration, Kanagawa University
Professor Komoriya is active in the field of creating “consonant organizations, specifically, through reflection and dialogue. He focuses on 1) organizational development in which the management community is central, 2) rediscovering ways to live and work originating in deep self-awareness, and 3) the formulation and sharing of paths in which one’s own standards and the values of an organization reverberate and align. He gives particular attention to Oriental wisdom as a methodology of self-awareness, particularly the Ten Bulls. Professor Komoriya develops enriching workshops in which participants not only understand with their minds but also experience with their bodies. His interests include meditation and qigong. He enjoys exploring Zen and management studies, two fields, which at first glance seem far removed from each other, yet need not be so.
Exploration of Deeper Reflection Harnessing Zen as Methodology of Self-Awareness In Japan, CoachingOurselves has been developed under the name “Reflection Round Table.” More than 3,626 managers at 72 companies have experienced Reflection Round Table, and it has achieved significant results not only in cultivating better managers but also in organizational development. One of the unique […]