Zen should be an integral part of educational curricula and an inspiring driver of business practices.
For Didier Andre Guillot's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
The Japanese attitude toward foreign employees must be improved if the nation is to reap the full benefits they offer.
Objectification of women is a global problem, but it is particularly alarming in Japan because many young women seem to accept and emulate this objectified image of themselves.
Japan has kept the external appearances of social dialogue, but politicians and managers have failed to adapt institutions to the new social realities.
Research suggests that women can be better at making managerial decisions than men, a lesson Japan can benefit from.