Yasutaka started his career in IBM Japan as a sales representative for financial institutions in 2003. He worked at KPMG 10+ years from 2005 and led various global risk management, internal audit and internal control projects for multinational Japanese companies, which includes one of the largest automotive company and beverage & food company in Japan. He was seconded to KPMG in Belgium from 2011 to 2014 as a Japanese representative in Belgium and provided professional audit, tax, legal and advisory services to 50+ JP companies in Europe including restructuring, M&A and shared services (BPO). Yasutaka joined Coca-Cola in 2016 as an internal auditor and upon the merger of the bottling company in 2017 he moved to planning department of the business shared services in Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan and experienced in establishment of business service strategy, centralization of shared services, service quality management, process standardization & improvement including optimization through RPA as well as managing director of integrated transformation program. He has recently joined Takeda as Takeda Business Solutions Finance Solutions Japan Head & TBS Japan site lead to transform TBS Japan to become a trusted business partner by freeing up time, improving user experience for the business partners in Japan so that the business can focus on what really matters: patients.
Future Work Force Panel
COVID-19 has been the greatest catalyst for workforce transformation. Digital readiness and workforce mobility is no longer optional, it is critical. This pandemic forced the review of the relationships between individual, organisation and society. Business and government are challenged to rethink their workforce strategies and bridge crisis respond to the new norm in the area of workforce design.
· Exploring methods of employee engagement, measuring productivity and getting the right outcome
· Identifying areas of work that can be operated working from home and steps towards enablement
· Exploring modular workforce network structure as a potential structure for future workforce