Revolutionize Your Workplace

A Seminar on Building, Staffing, and Digitizing Progressive Work Environments in Japan

HR managers and business owners are invited to join an enlightening evening seminar on April 17 in central Tokyo that promises to redefine their understanding of progressive working environments—a must-attend for who those who are ready to leverage HR to lead, attract talent and stay competitive in an AI era.

The distinguished speakers include Yuji Yamada, CEO of R3S; Ali Cevik, Founder & CEO of HR-ON; and Chris Frost, Founder & CEO of COGS. They will share their insights on how to build self-driven, self-autonomous, non-hierarchical organizations and people-first cultures that deliver exceptional growth.

They will also discuss the impact of HR Digitalization & AI on the employee experience and how to select the right candidates for a progressive work environment.

This is a rare opportunity to learn from the best and network with like-minded professionals while taking the first step towards transforming your workplace into a progressive, future-ready organization. 

Yuji Yamada, CEO of R3S

Yamada will share insights from the recently published book Corporate Rebels. Make Work More Fun. He will give examples, both international and Japanese, on how progressive organizations have built to establish a self-driven, self-autonomous, people-first cultures. Yamada-san will also share his work to develop organizational pioneers in Japan through building the local Corporate Rebels community.  

Ali Cevik, Founder & CEO of HR-ON

Cevik will show the audience how HR-ON’s customers are using digitalization and AI in HR to improve the employee experience while boosting the HR team’s standing and efficiency. Finally, Cevik will touch upon how HR-ON uses value-based management to empower employees and realize rapid growth.  

Chris Frost, Founder & CEO of COGS

Frost will share insights on what to look for in candidate profiles and interview tell signs that will reveal if a candidate is likely to contribute to, and thrive in, a modern progressive work environment. 

Finally, the panelists will take questions from the audience and discuss relevant topics before refreshments are served during networking.

April 17


Inbound League Shinjuku
Shinjuku 5-15-14 Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

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