Kenichi Ohmae born February 21 years old, 1943 in Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka Prefecture is known as a business and company strategist who developed the 3C's Unit. He is the only internationally distinguished Japanese expert who is known for his thinking of strategy rather than about operations. Indeed, he's often referred to as " Mr Strategy”. Like Akio Morita (see article) and Ikujiro Nonaka (see article), Ohmae converted Japanese business culture and strategy into English. His books are filled with Japanese examples, and they helped familiarise traditional western audiences with Japan's administration breakthroughs—for instance, the introduction of the just-in-time (JIT—seearticle) system in Toyota. Concurrently, Ohmae took American and European suggestions and interpreted them to get a Japanese market. First trained as a elemental scientist with the Tokyo Company of Technology and at MIT in Boston, Ohmae started to be head of McKinsey & Company's Tokyo office inside the early 1971s. From there he was an early viewer and commentator on the sensation of globalisation. In his afterwards books, " Triad Power” and " The Borderless World”, this individual expounded the view that businesses which did not have a full presence inside the world's 3 main trading blocs (Europe, North America and the Pacific Rim) were alarmingly vulnerable to competition from the ones that did. In " Your head of the Strategist”, he attempted to show just how exceptional Japanese strategists (such as Konosuke Matsushita and Soichiro Honda, often males who had got no formal business education) used eyesight and instinct to turn their very own ideas into action. For several in the West, who believed Western industry was built in rational research and the subjugation of individual creativity, it was an eye-opener. The word " overseas” is without place in Honda's vocabulary, because it sees on its own as equidistant from all its key customers.