Kenichi Ohmae is an impressive man. Visiting his office in downtown Tokyo is to step into a parallel universe of influence and connectivity. The building is also home for Ohmae, not to mention the slightly bewildering variety of businesses he is active in (a business school and broadcasting company among others). There is a concert hall in the building as well. Ohmae is, after all, a gifted flautist, not to mention a nuclear physicist, a prodigious author with dozens of books to his credit, politician and long-time star of the consulting firm, McKinsey and Company . . .
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