Dr. GEMBA Kiminori | Management Strategy

To innovate, one needs to practice advanced strategic management. The mission of Hosei Business School of Innovation Management is giving opportunities to learn basic knowledge and theories about innovation management in the hope of fostering innovators.

1999.4-2001.3 Research Associate, University of Tokyo
2001.4- 2004.3 Assistant Professor, University of Tokyo
2004.4- 2006.3 Assistant Professor, Shibaura Institute of Technology
2006.4- 2015.3 Professor, Ritsumeikan University
2015.4- present Professor, Hosei University

Diversification Dynamics of the Japanese industry,Research Policy,Volume 30, Issue 8, pp1165–1184,1999
Analyzing the innovation process for environmental performance improvement,Technological Frorecasting and Social Change, Volume 73, Issue 3, pp290–301,2006
Identifying customer satisfaction estimators using review mining,International Journal of Technology Marketing,Volume 9, Issue 2, pp187–210,2014

玄場 公規 教授


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Dr. TAKADA Asako | Leadership, Organizational Behavior

I believe that learning in Business School is a hard exercise that makes you take stock of your past life and obtain a guideline for your future life. Organizations and people are essential elements of the business world. Take time and learn a lot of things by the sweat of your own brow.

1999.4-2001.3 Research

B.A in Economics, Rikkyo University, M.A. in International Business, Thunderbird School of Global Management, MBA Keio Business School, Keio University Ph.D. Organizational Behavior, Keio Business School, Keio University

・Women Managers: How can you raise them? Seisansei shuppan 2016 ・Networking- Keio University Press 2010 ・Asako Takada, “Transforming the Showa Mindset to Festina Lente to Survive an Aging Society” Japan Spot Light May/June 2017 Issue, pp42-44, 2017 ・Asako Takada, Eri Yokota “The Formation of Networks for Career Continuation: Examination of a Survey of Female Physicians” International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology Vol.3, (6), pp793-798, 2012. ・Asako Takada, Eri Yokota, “Organizational Culture and Emergency Response Actions: How Japanese Companies Behave?” Contemporary Management Research Vol.3(4)pp.313-330, 2007.

高田 朝子 教授


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Dr. TOYODA Yuki | Marketing, Data driven marketing, Marketing Science, Business Data Science

Marketing thinking will be a powerful weapon, when you think about the business. Our goal is to get skill acquisition of marketing strategic view and strategic planning force through projects and lectures, and then put together it into a story.

Dr. Yuki Toyoda earned his doctoral course from Hosei University Graduate School of Sociology in 2004. He has a Doctor of Business Administration. In the same year, he was assigned to an associate professor, and later became a professor at undergraduate and graduate departments of the Tama University Department of Management and Information Sciences. Since 2015, he has been in an incumbent position at Hosei University. He specializes in marketing.

Toyoda, Y. (2017) . R ni yoru Data kudou Marketing [Data Driven Marketing]. Tokyo: Ohmsha, Print. Toyoda, Y. (2016) . Excel de Data Bunseki Sokusennroku Kouza [Practical Course of Excel Data Analysis]. Tokyo: Shuuwa System, Print. etc.

豊田 裕貴 教授


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Dr. PECHTER, Kenneth | Innovation management & policy, Creative industries, International business strategy

The goal of my research is to develop understanding of the basic ideas of Innovation Management, but to do this in the context of real enterprises, which ultimately are where this understanding will be applied. Drawing on my own background, the major applications will be to media and entertainment industries, as well as fashion and other such creative-based industries. My approach is based on guided class discussion supported by outside reading and small projects.

Dr. Pechter earned his BS magna cum laude and MS in Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of California, Irvine in 1987 and 1988, and his PhD in Innovation Management & Policy at the University of Tokyo’s Research Center for Advanced Science & Technology in 2001. He served on the University of Tokyo faculty for ten years, followed by 15 years in the private sector, primarily as a producer and business development consultant active in such creative industries as media, entertainment, fashion and high tech. He has also worked for various task forces of both the governments of the US and Japan, as well as for the national laboratory system of the government of Denmark.

“Understanding and Communicating Needs and Solutions: A Case of Comparative Policy Analysis,” Social Science Japan, 2000.
“Current Innovation Reform in the Light of Past Dialogue: Conceptions of Convergence as Perspectives for Comparative Innovation System Assessment,” Comparing Economic Institutions, Proceedings of the 2001 Conference of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy, Siena, Italy, 2001.
“Dis-organizing Structure as a Policy Reform Objective: Public-Private Networks in the Japanese Innovation System,” Managing Technology for the New Economy, Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE Engineering Management Society International Engineering Management Conference, Cambridge University, United Kingdom, 2002.
“Pitch” & “Presentation”, Content Producers Development Curriculum, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, 2005.
Co-producer, Pancakes, feature film, 2014.
Co-producer, Free Foot Jam, short film, 2016.
Co-producer, Shinpan, feature film, 2017.

ペクター ケネス 教授


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Dr. MATSUDA Shohei | Financial Management, Corporate Finance, Investment Finance, Entrepreneurial Finance, Financial Accounting

Intelligence, knowledge, experiences, and aspiration are the most important elements to be innovative and successful in business. Professor Matsuda is in charge of finance related subjects and internships. The course program is effectively designed to cover Corporate Finance, Investments and Entrepreneurial Finance for future actual business applications by the course participants.

1997 Bachelor of Commerce, Hitotsubashi University
1997 Joined The Bank of Tokyo, Ltd.
1981 California First Bank (second from Bank of Tokyo)
1989-92 CEO, BOT Lease (H.K.) Co, Ltd
1992 Chairman, Hong Kong Equipment Leasing Association
1992-99 Head of Japanese Business, HSBC HQ Hong Kong
1994 Certified Public Accountant (WA. USA)
1996 MBA, University of Surrey
2000-2003 Head of Corporate Banking, Japan
2003-15 CEO, HSBC Global Asset Management (Japan) K.K.
2005 Chartered Financial Analyst
2016 Professor, Hosei Business School of Innovation Management

2016“Internationalisation of RMB – Present and Future”, Aichi Industrial Development Organisation, Conference Speech Transcription
2016 “One Belt One Road – Expanding RMB Based Economy” Keynote Speech, New Year Seminar, Hong Kong Trade Development Council.

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Dr. YONEKURA Seiichiro | Business History & Innovation Theory

Dear my fellow students, through my class and seminar I would like to share a very important value of innovation and entrepreneurship. I also would like you to not only study theoretical frame works of innovation but also to do something to realize your innovative ideas.

Seiichiro Yonekura is Professor of Graduate School of Innovation Management, Hosei University (2017~) and Professor Emeritus of Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University (1982~), and Academic Advisor of Centre for Japanese Studies, University of Pretoria in Republic of South Africa (2012~). He received his B.A.s (in both Social Studies and Economics) and M.A. (Social Studies) from Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo and Ph.D from Harvard University in the United States. He is also Dean of Nippon Genki Juku, a lifetime education program at Academyhills in Roppongi and Chief Editor of Hitotsubashi Business Review, one of the most prestigious business magazines in Japan.

His current research interests are on a historical development of innovation and entrepreneurship in a global business context and a social business and social entrepreneurship in the BOP (base of pyramid) market. He is a prolific author of numerous titles on a wide range of subjects such as The Japanese Iron and Steel Industry 1880-1990: Continuity and Discontinuity (Macmillan, 1994), Structure of Business Revolution (Iwanami, 1999), Emergent Destruction : Innovation for Good Future (Mishima-sha, 2011), Management of Open Innovation (Yuhikaku, 2015), The Power of Parallel Career: A Future Work Style (Kodansha, 2015), The Creative Response: the Entrepreneurial History of Modern Japan (Toyo Keizai, 2017). He loves golf and rock’n roll.

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