Barry Lustig
Dec 9, 2016

Dentsu’s Chieko Ohuchi shows what female leadership can be in Japan

The recently appointed managing director of a prominent creative division has worked her way up and broken down barriers by demonstrating the results of her work.

Chieko Ohuchi

For the first part of our series on female leadership in Japan, we speak to Chieko Ohuchi. Ohuchi was recently appointed to lead one of Dentsu’s six creative divisions. This made her the first woman and the first planner, to lead a creative division at Dentsu. She is arguably the most influential female manager in Dentsu.

In this interview, Ohuchi gives insight into the future of planning and creative work, and practical advice on how...

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