Megumi Taoka


Professor & Chief Researcher, GLOBIS University


Accounting and Finance
Organizational Behavior and Leadership


Essentials of Accounting
Accounting I (Financial Accounting)
Power and Influence
Cross Cultural Management


MBA, Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba
BA in Philosophy, Keio University

Megumi Taoka


Megumi Taoka has extensive experience in financial reporting for global companies in London, New York, and Tokyo. At GLOBIS University, she teaches Cross-cultural Management, Power and Influence, and Financial Accounting. Her industry expertise ranges from fashion and entertainment to recruiting and human capital. Her recent research is comparative studies of ethics and morals across cultures.

Ms. Taoka earned her MBA at the University of Tsukuba.

Mastering accounting as a common language of business has never been so relevant and exciting. Accounting can serve as the global language, allowing us to travel anywhere and reach whomever we do business with. On the other hand, emotional intelligence as the basis for effective organizational behavior allows us to connect and collaborate on a deeper level. Interestingly, if you understand that accounting is merely a tool to translate basic human behaviors into numbers, you will see how nicely financial literacy and emotional intelligence complement each other in actual management practice.

I get great joy out of conducting training in these two different but equally important MBA skills. Be prepared to become good at both, as that’s what it takes to be a leader.

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