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Masayasu Morita

Masayasu Morita


  • Bachelor of Arts, University of California, Berkeley, Master of Education, Harvard University, Master of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
  • President and Representative Director, Human Media Co., Ltd.


I am in charge of lectures on "IT Business Negotiation" and "Entrepreneurship and Business Model". As an active entrepreneur myself, I am currently involved in building business models for several companies, and I am very interested in developing human resources who will be active in the IT business industry, which is still expected to grow. At the same time, we would like to work with them to build new business models.

My mission at KCGI is to train students in project management and business communication skills required in their current businesses, so that they can work as project managers in companies and venture company owners in the future and develop human resources who can contribute to Japan's business society.

In addition, in order to share my own experience in company management and business with the students, I have set up a practical enterprise organization to run a venture company with the students. In this company, you can experience the know-how such as the idea, planning, and management of the business model. This year we are recruiting participants, so please feel free to raise your hand if you are interested. Of course, if you want to start a business in the future or think about a new business model, please feel free to talk to me. I discuss various business projects with my students every day.

Let's create various businesses together.

Responsible Subject

  • IT Business Negotiation
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Model

Business Performance


  • "From Japan via Harvard: Destination unknown", Alc Publishing, 1999
  • "e-Learning " Asahi Shimbun, 2002
  • "Go to Harvard instead of Tokyo University!?", Alc, 2005
  • "Preparations for studying at Harvard from the age of 5", Alc, 2005
  • "Do 10 jobs at once!"! Recommendation for Multitask Working, Asuka Publishing, 2008

Academic Paper

  • "Learning from the Technology Integration Report of the Harvard Graduate School of Education", Journal of Lectures at the 15 Meeting of the Japan Society of Educational Engineers, pp. 745 – 746, 1999
  • "The Mobile-based Learning (MBL) in Japan", IEEE Computer Society Press (C5 2003), pp. 128 – 129, 2003
  • "A Conceptual Framework for Learning Experience Design" by Nakakoji, Kumiyo, Yamada, Kazuaki, Yamamoto, Yasuhiro, and Morita, Masayasu, IEEE Computer Society Press (C5 2003), pp. 76 – 88, 2003
  • "NPO Management Education and E-Learning" by Yoichi Tsutsui, Shingo Ashizawa, Keiko Okawa, Masayasu Morita, Summary of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Japan NPO Association, pp. 107 – 111, 2003
  • Masayasu Morita, Kazuaki Yamada, "Design and Evaluation of Learning Interface Using Mobile Phones", Information Processing Society of Japan Research Report, pp. 7 – 14, 2003
  • MORITA Masayasu, HIROSE Makoto, "Analyzing the Effects of Learning Error in e-learning via Mobile Phones", NAIS Journal Vol. 2, 2007.


  • "US IT Education Policy", Global EduNET 2001/3, 2001
  • "Virtual High School in America", Global EduNET 2001/4, 2001
  • "Catastrophes of introducing WBT in schools in the United States", Global EduNET 2001/5, 2001
  • "Seeking the Optimal Speed for Education", Global EduNET 2001/6, 2001
  • "Digital Game-based Learning for the Game Generation", Global EduNET 2001/7, 2001
  • "New tailwind for e-learning: U.S. Copyright Easing Bill passed", Global EduNET 2001/8, 2001
  • "Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Education" Internet Study Abroad Dictionary, 2001
  • "Challenges of MBT [Mobile Based Training]", Global EduNET 2001/9, 2001
  • "Does technology degenerate learning?" , Global EduNET 2001/10, 2001
  • "What does the future holds for online education?" , Global EduNET 2001/11, 2001.
  • "New form of university management using virtual universities", Global EduNET 2001/12, 2001
  • "New excuses brought by technology", Global EduNET 2002/1, 2002
  • "Internet study abroad recommendation", Global EduNET 2002/2, 2002
  • "an expensive toy called laptop", Global EduNET 2002/3, 2002
  • "Harvard University Online Tutoring", Global EduNET 2002/4, 2002
  • "How to let a child read a book using a computer", Global EduNET 2002/5, 2002
  • "What are the effects of instructing teachers to use computers?" , Global EduNET 2002/6, 2002.
  • "IT education reform not difficult", Global EduNET 2002/7, 2002
  • "The use of e-learning that ignores the characteristics of e-learning from the viewpoint of learners does not create a field of knowledge.", Monthly Human Resources Development, Special Article, pp. 45 – 47, 2003
  • "From English to PC! "E-learning", Monthly OL Manual, pp. 109-114, 2003.