22. 1月 2019 - 18:30 迄 20:30
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Renaissance of Renaissnace Thinking - Why Business Needs The Art | Tokyo | WeWork Nogizaka | 火曜日, 22. 1月 2019

As part of our two first Art & Tech events in Tokyo, we will host a session with Nir Hindi, founder of The Artian and Madrid Art & Tech community, on matters of art in business. An issue that has and will continue to work its way into the business world.
“Entrepreneurs are The Artists of The Business World” is one of Nir’s favorite quotations. In his various talks and workshops, he invites us to return to Renaissance thinking – combining art with engineering, science, and technology.
In this session, “A Renaissance of Renaissance Thinking – Why Business Needs The Arts”, he advocates the connection between business success and renaissance thinking – combining the brain of a scientist with the empathy and sensibility of an artist. Using examples of leaders in the business world that have already capitalized on the synergy of art and science, he raises questions to help to initiate a change in paradigm.
A “mind-blowing journey to the importance of art in business”, “game changer session” and “unconventional and one of the most unique talks I have ever attended” to name a few of the comments from his listeners.  If you are looking to learn how to stay relevant in the future this is a session for you.
The Conversation will take place in English.

Schedule:
18:30 - Registration
18:50 - Forward Masaaki Hasegawa
19:00 - Nir’s Talk
19:45 - Questions & Answers with the audience
Speaker Bio:
Nir Hindi is an entrepreneur who, though rooted in the world of technology and business, always has one foot in the creative world. He is the founder of The Artian, an innovative company that empowers organizations and leads them to be more original by using a special training based on a unique method that adopts practices, processes, and techniques from the art world and integrates artistic thinking into the business and entrepreneurship worlds.

He is a part of the training professionals of Financial Times|IE Corporate Learning Alliance and a mentor and visiting professor in IE Business School Executive Education where he teaches Creativity for Sustainable Business Growth.

In October 2018, he published a book in Japan called “世界のビジネスリーダーがいまアートから学んでいるこ”. See it here.