日時： 6月20日（金）1:00 － 4:30
 1:05-1:35 The Power of Unions by Robert Pilley
In his presentation, Robert will provide a discussion of his in-depth analysis of the structure and responsibilities unions play within Japan and Canada. More specifically, he will explain the bargaining process, the commonly accepted practices, and the management style(s) used by unions within the two countries.
 1:35-2:05 7-Eleven: Convenience Stores/Konbinis by Melanie Russet and Larissa Belke
This presentation will compare Canadian and Japanese 7-11 stores and in particular, point out some differences such as advertising, management, and new products. The presentation will also highlight similarities such as store layout and other characteristics.
 2:15-2:45 Agriculture in Canada and Japan by Nicole Cherniwchan
This presentation will provide a comparison of the agriculture industries in Canada and Japan, with a primary focus on fruit companies. It is hypothesized that resource availability makes agricultural production methods unique to each country. This topic will be discussed as well as the history of the agricultural industry and the various methods of packaging and displaying/presenting the fruit.
 2:45-3:15 The Japanese and Canadian Airline Industries by Ryan Hung and Aaron Heck
A descriptive comparison of the Japanese and Canadian airline industries will be made in this presentation including an outline of current issues that each industry faces and the tactics used to succeed in an effective and efficient manner. Each of the two industries possesses unique qualities which will be revealed through a SWOT analysis.
 3:25-3:55 Culture and Religion in Canadian and Japanese Business by Elise Nelson
This presentation will look at management styles and religion in business with an overview of how religion affects business as well as similarities and differences between the two countries. The presentation will conclude with a brief discussion of what we can learn from each other.
 3:55-4:25 A Comparison of Toyota and General Motors by Craig Madill and Delina McIntosh
A comparison of the world’s two largest automobile manufacturers will be provided in this presentation. General Motors has been the #1 auto manufacturer in the world until recently. Toyota has competed with GM for the #1 spot thanks to its “Toyota Production System” – an innovative manufacturing method that embodies efficiency, tradition, creativity, and empowerment. Can America fully adopt Japanese manufacturing and how large of a role does culture play?