Kenichi Ohmae is a Japanese business strategist, management consultant, and author. He is best known for his work on the concept of the “borderless economy” and the “triangle of power” between corporations, governments, and individuals. He is also known for his work on corporate strategy and the business use of information technology. Ohmae was a partner at the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company from 1973 to 1985, where he helped to establish the firm’s Tokyo office and served as its managing director. He later founded his own consulting firm, Ohmae & Associates. He has also held various academic positions, including as a visiting professor at the Hitotsubashi University in Japan, and as a visiting scholar at the Harvard Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ohmae has written several books on business strategy and management, including “The Mind of the Strategist,” “The Borderless World,” and “The End of the Nation-State.” His work has been widely read and influential in the business community, and he has been recognized as one of the most influential management thinkers of the 20th century.