Patricia Bader-Johnston [Patricia Bader-Johnston]

所属学科経営学研究科 グローバリゼーション専攻
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教育方法の実践例"IBM as a Globally Integrated Enterprise"(Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business) 2008
Globalization and analysis of IBM as a role model for a Globally Integrated Enterprise.
・ By reviewing the journey that successful companies like IBM have taken we can learn about the barriers they have faced and the learning that they have gained from experience.
・ Few companies have been as successful as IBM - with the third most recognized brand in the world (Interbrand survey) even though it does not sell any consumer facing products, and what it does is actually difficult to explain.
・ Best practice companies set the benchmarks for other companies in their sectors and are differentiated as thought leaders and innovators around the world. IBM strives to be not only an innovator, but the “Innovators’ Innovator” ? the partner that other companies turn to in order to help make them innovative.
Through broader class discussions, we will consider why IBM has been successful in reinventing itself as a Globally Integrated Enterprise and discuss the approach this company and others have taken to achieve globalization.
作成教材2008 Lecture videos for IBM as a Globally Integrated Enterprise
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実務特記事項(教育)Patricia is an active volunteer with several local community organisations, including being President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan, and vice chair of the American Chamber CSR Task Force and Government Relations Committees.
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学歴1983 April Bachelor of Education, Major is Social Science, Universty of Saskatchewn, Canada
1986 April Graduate work in Education, Curriculum Development, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
1985/6/22 MBA International Business, McGill University, Canada
職歴current ounder, Representative Director and CEO, Silverbirch Associates KK, established in June of 2008, is an independent full service
Management and Communications consulting firm specializing in Governance, Organizational Sustainability and Corporate
Responsibility (CSR), with a focus on helping organizations functionally embed best practice sustainability processes.

Current activities span four broad areas of Sustainability/CSR and include:
Governance:
・Establishment of the only accredited course in Board Management core skills for Global Board Directors in Japan, in
collaboration with International Corporate Directors ICD and the University of Toronto Rotman School of Business (first modules
scheduled to commence in May 2009)

Corporate Management and Communications Consulting
・Serving clients across industry sectors, focusing on the functional embedding of CSR processes and organizational change
management
・Advisory services in: Communication, Media Relations, Government Relations and CSR, Stakeholder Mapping, Classification and
Relationship Management Strategy development, Communication, Leadership Development Workshop development, Facilitation and
Dialogue processes, Social Reporting

Thought Leadership:
・ Founding Charter member and coordinator of the “Japan Lunar Society” supported by the United Nations University, Tokyo. This
is a forum for senior thought leaders in Japan to exchange ideas and develop strategies concerning Climate Change and
Sustainability issues.
-Charter members include:
Sir Graham Fry British Ambassador to Japan
The Hon. Akiko Yamanaka, Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mr. Donald Bobiash, Deputy Ambassador of Canada
Mr. K. Kitazato, Chairman of BT
Mr. Soichiro (Sol) Yoshida, Hon. Consul to Sweden and Norway, Keio Professor (Sustainable energy), and Senior Advisor to Standard
Chartered Bank
Mr. Nobuhiko Ito, recently retired President and CEO of GE, Japan
Mr. Hiroshi Maruyama, Distinguished Engineer and Head of Tokyo Research Lab for IBM
Mr. Lowell Sheppard, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, President Asia Pacific for HOPE International
Mr. Takekazu Kaneko, Executive Vice President of Sumitomo 3M and Chair of the Keidanren CSR Committee (tbc)
Mr. Brendan Barrett, UN University (in charge of sustainability programmes)

Sustainability Education:
・ Faculty member of the Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business: MBA in Globalization
・ Lecturer in CSR and Corporate Governance for McGill MBA Japan
・ Lecturer in CSR for Temple University Japan
・ Professional Moderator and Facilitator in Governance and CSR topics

2008 April Director Communications IBM Japan
-Participate fully as a member of the senior executive team in all decision-making, governance and strategic meetings
-Lead the Communications function covering Media Relations, Analyst Relations, Corporate Affairs, Influencer Relations,
Internal and Executive Communications, New Media, Intranet, and Corporate Brand and Values across the group (25,000
employees)
-Manage the integration of communication initiatives across the complex matrix of sectors and brands, subsidiaries and
business units within the IBM business model
-Support a range of business transformation projects throughout a transition to globally consistent operating platforms away
from Japan-unique platforms and processes with a focus on compliance, governance and responsible business conduct
-Manage and lead change as the company moved from a country operating team governed by an AP layer of administration to a
stand-alone integrated operating model governed directly by the New York Head office (effective October 2007)
-Manage the reputation and external image of the company
-Interface with CHQ to align messaging and executive communications to ensure alignment and consistency across the
company in terms of leadership messaging, media campaign management, corporate spokesperson management and support, and
strategic information flow processes
2006, August Head of Corporate Affairs, Standard Chartered Bank
-Manage the business as a member of the Top Management team responsible for all aspects of the company
-Develop and manage the implementation of strategic Corporate Affairs program for the business in Japan
-Administration and budgeting of a core function
-Provide leadership in driving change and innovation within the organization
-Manage a full faceted external stakeholder management process ensuring that lines of communication are open, that the
company’s positions are clearly articulated, and the firm’s profile is established and maintained
- Chief spokesperson in all external relations involving media, government and the public
-Develop and execute innovative corporate branding and marketing activities
-Manage the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility program within the firm embedding policies internally, driving and
championing public facing initiatives
2005, March Head of Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, British American Tobacco Japan Ltd.
-Manage the business as a member of the Top Management team responsible for all aspects of the company
-Develop and manage the implementation of strategic Corporate and Regulatory Affairs initiatives for the business in Japan
-Administration and budgeting of a core function
-Provide leadership in driving change and innovation within the organization
-Guide and direct corporate governance and ensure that the company develops progressive and responsible policies consistent
with the International Marketing Standards and activities consistent with the company’s global objectives and Business
Principles
-Engage with government and regulatory stakeholders ensuring that lines of communication are open, that the company’s
positions are clearly articulated, and the firm’s reputation as a responsible company is established and maintained
-Development of business continuity and contingency plans
- Chief spokesperson in all external relations involving media, government and the public
2002, February Vice President Marketing and Sales, Namzak Canada (consulting role)
-Conducted market research project for Voice over Internet Protocol product
-Drafted a marketing plan for North American Market
-Created promotional materials for Corporate Communication
-Coordinated participation in a major national sales promotion event
-Established distribution and sales contacts
2002, February Vice President, Operations, Finance and Resources (OF&R) Division,
Head of People Development, Goldman Sachs (Japan) Ltd
-Member of the senior management team in the largest division in the company responsible for strategy and supporting the
business
-Administered budget and management reporting for the department (which served 8 other departments and more than 400
people)
-Worked closely as a member of the senior management team to develop and establish best practice leadership and
management processes to support the business strategy
-Developed and deployed internal communications strategy engaging cross-functional teams and multi-level interaction
-Initiated a number of Leadership Development processes
-Designed and implemented various training programs to support internal processes such as performance appraisal, personal
development planning, building high performing teams, mentoring, on-the job-training support etc.
-Developed and lead divisional recruitment strategies for Pan Asian region
-Lead a global initiative to re-engineer integration processes worldwide
-Participated in a wide range of global team projects
-Contributed to crisis management readiness and continuity planning and developed training programs to support the strategy
-Supported the company’s response to external audit by industry regulators
1999, June Senior Programme Officer, Communications and Culture Section, Canadian Embassy, Tokyo
-Responsible for full range of academic and cultural relations programs, marketing Canadian education, as well as broader public
affairs work, communications, cultural exchange, event coordination, VIP visits etc.
-Supported all sections of the Embassy on a project basis
1991, May Coordinator for International Relations, Yokohama City Office, Yokohama, Japan
-Responsible for coordinating cultural exchange, media and communications projects
-Supported international VIP visits and the International Press Centre activities in relation to an international exposition (YES
’89) and on a project basis
-Conference assisted for UN International Decade for Natural Disaster Preparedness Conference , ITTO, ASEAN, YCEDA and
other international congresses hosted by the City.
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活動情報Patricia is an active volunteer with several local community organisations, including being President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan, and vice chair of the American Chamber CSR Task Force and Government Relations Committees
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