PMP Japan is a Japanese consortium that provides project management and
business process improvement consulting and training services to major
Japanese and foreign corporations. PMP-Japan’s consulting services
are focused on integrating proven project management frameworks with other
standard methodologies and life cycles, which vary from industry to industry.
PMI is the world’s foremost authority for the project management
profession. PMI sets industry standards, conducts research and provides
education, certification and professional exchange opportunities, designed
to strengthen and further establish the profession. PMI advances the careers
of practitioners, while enhancing overall business and government performance
through documentation of return on investment.
Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Established in 1948, the ACCJ has grown into Japan's most influential
organization representing the interests of international businesses in
Japan. The ACCJ promotes commerce between the United States and Japan,
supports measures to benefit and protect the interests of U.S. companies,
and presents a variety of programs that keep Chamber members abreast of
current business practices and trends.
Project Management Forum
The JPMF is a non-profit associational organization whose mission is to
establish a national center of excellence in project management. JPMF
was founded in December 1998 as a division of The Engineering Advancement
Association of Japan (ENAA) for promoting the project management professionalism
Enterprise Forum of Japan
The MIT Enterprise Forum of Japan has been established to nurture the
spirit of entrepreneurship that underlies continued competitiveness, success,
and prosperity of global societies, to sustain and expand this creative
tradition in Japan, and to present new business concepts to industry experts,
venture capitalists, and technology leaders.