A philosopher and a poet Dr. Hiroshi Tasaka read a Poetic Fable "Invisible Capitalism" that foresees the future of capitalism in the 21st century. 10 minutes short fable but profound implication.
The keynote speech by Tasaka at the iFest08, European innovators gathering, foreseeing the future with dialectic thinking.
Dr. Tasaka explores how the next technology revolution will further empower the individual, blending the monetary and voluntary economies to create a new system of capitalism.
“To the Summit” is the first book written in English by Tasaka that sends a message of how to live a “life without any regrets” to young people.
The record of the memorial lecture for 100th Anniversary of the Japan Society in NY in May 2007. From Web 2.0 Revolution to Zen Buddhism.
Spanish magazine Infonomia interviewed Hiroshi Tasaka in English for the strategy of innovation and incubation, and the vision of web revolution and knowledge society.
There are three invisible forms of remuneration for work. The first is the growth as a professional with skills and know-how.
The second remuneration for work is the growth as a person with deep mind, warm heart, positive spirit and nice personality.
The third remuneration for work is the job satisfaction and the joy of work itself by helping many people and contributing to society.