Message from the President

On the basis of my 25 years of experience in the consultancy field, I have made "Diversity & Inclusion", "Culture & Communication", and "Next Generation Activity" the keywords to follow, as together we consider how to build a new kind of relationship between the organization and its individuals, and we strive to make Japan strong and healthy again as part of a global society.
I humbly ask for your continued support and patronage in the future, as we embark on this journey together.

CEO Shinya Yamamoto

Shinya Matsumoto HR Fabula CEO (former partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers)

Mr. Yamamoto has been involved in consulting related to organizational and human resources management strategy for more than 25 years.
With vast experience in the fields of organizational and human resources management for business strategy achievement, organizational development, leader development for the global era, human resources support for mergers and acquisitions, and more, he has made it his mission to create new relationships between individuals and organizations through vibrant innovation.

Mr. Yamamoto has a long and wide-ranging track record in the field of organizational human resources management, including HR strategy, HR policy, personnel system establishment, organizational structure for global headquarters, manager / leader training for high-potential staff, training courses for evaluators, human resources consulting services associated with organizational restructuring and corporate revitalization, reform of corporate culture, global expansion of Japanese companies, research and consulting for personnel issues related to corporate globalization, and so on. In addition, Mr. Yamamoto has performed a large number of lectures and written a large quantity of papers in this field.

From March 1999 to June 2014, Mr. Yamamoto was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Japan, where he led the human resources and change management department. Before that, he had stints at an electronics manufacturer and an overseas personnel consulting firm.

Mr. Yamamoto has written several books such as "Shinnin Manager no Koudougaku" (The Behavioral Study of Newly Appointed Managers) published by Nihon Keidanren Shuppan, and "21 Seiki no 'Senryakugata' Jinjibu" (A Strategic Human Resources Department for the 21st Century) co-authored; published by the Japan Institute for Labor Policy and Training. Additionally, he has published a large number of papers and given many lectures related to organizational human resources, both in Japan and overseas.

Mr. Yamamoto graduated from the Department of Administration Engineering (Faculty of Science and Technology) at Keio University, and went on to complete an MBA at the University of Illinois, USA.

He has also served as a Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Business Sciences at Tsukuba University (2008-2014), as a Secretary for the Japan Japan Society for Human Resource Management (JSHRM), as an Advisor to Nihon CHO Kyokai (Japan Society for Chief Human Officer), and as an Advisor to The Japan HR Society.