What is the ideal form of diversity for Japan? How can organizations with both a high degree of cohesion and respect for diversity be achieved? Noted German philosopher Markus Gabriel and Yuzuru (Joe) Ohashi, Managing Partner at Roland Berger's Japan office, discussed the topic.
COP27: Think green, act clean
The impact of climate change is becoming impossible to ignore. Roland Berger is joining COP27 to turn pledges into sustainable solutions and business opportunities.
To meet the Paris target, companies need to speed up their carbon reduction plans. We suggest six areas where firms can accelerate decarbonization.
Rising energy and CO2 prices – An opportunity to act?
Although companies are beginning to show some initiative on sustainability and climate action, pressure from various sides is intensifying. Learn how continued inaction will put a company's competitive position and profits at risk – and why the time to act is now.
The way towards a renewable future
All companies rely on energy to run their operations. And almost all countries have pledged to become climate neutral and ramp up renewable energy capacity. However, progress in this endeavor is coming more slowly than needed. Learn how companies can overcome the faltering progress of governments and secure reliable access to renewable energy on their own.
Japan is the world’s third largest economy, making it very attractive to foreign companies. But exacting clients and the uniquely Japanese way of doing business can make it a challenging environment. Our Tokyo office, established in 1991, supports foreign companies active in the Japanese market, as well as Japanese clients from the country’s major industries.
The Tokyo office successfully tackles this demanding combination by acting as a Japanese firm to foreign companies, while offering Japanese companies the international perspective and benefits of being part of a global business brings.
Who we are
Learn more about Roland Berger and the ideas that drive us. It takes a special something to change the world. And we have it.
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