Kei has been with Dell EMC since 1999. He started his career in Japan and served as a presales professional, enabling sales in financial sector and supported channel partners including Dell Japan. In 2001, he took the opportunity to lead and established EMC Japan training center to serve all audiences with their training needs. In 2003 he brought his regional business execution experience to the US to help expand the global Education Services business.
In the US, Kei has taken on various leadership roles to drive the expansion of Dell Education Services business across presales, global services partner enablement, portfolio management, to the current focus on customer programs and marketing.
In recent years, Kei has started to share with his peers (including customers and partner) the best practices for learning program execution. The following 3 key ideas are at the center of his engagement practice to help realize the full potential of learning in today’s transformational work environment.
1. Always see things from the learners’ view - not from the program providers’ view
2. Come up with a learning execution strategy – not just a learning strategy
3. Explore multiple ways to drive learning activities as everyone learns differently