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.

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.

Dr. FUJIMURA Hiroyuki | Human Resource Management

Human resource is an important asset for all organizations. Human-beings usually behave rationally, but sometimes irrationally. It is very useful for students to understand characteristics of human resource. We can learn a lot of things through discussion. I hope that students will have many occasions to discuss with various types of teachers and colleagues.

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. 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.

Dr. SAKAMOTO Kazuko | Marketing

Marketing methodology is beneficial for innovation, namely, to contribute to society with the knowledge gained through research activity. In addition, multilateral approaches are mandatory without overemphasis on technology. Therefore, studying at an interdisciplinary graduate school will be a stepping stone for creating innovation and contributing to the creation of a new future.
Mr. OSAWA, Yutaka
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Marketing in Japan Profile written in Japanese
Mr. ICHIMORI, Yasushi 
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Business Communication in Japanese Organization  Profile
Ms. ITO, Kumiko
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Strategic Organizational Management Profile
Mr. KURIHARA, Koichi
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Management Strategy Profile
Mr. KOMURA, Ryusuke
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Entrepreneurship and New Business Creation Profile
Mr. SHIRAISHI, Kiyohito
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Managing Talent Profile written in Japanese
Mr. SEKI, Yuuta
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Financial Management Profile
Mr. TANIGUCHI, Kazushige
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Global Economic Development Profile
Ms. TOYOSHIMA, Harumi
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Managing Talent Profile
Mr. TORIKAI, Yuichi
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Accounting  Profile
Ms. NISHIDE, Kaori
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Logical Thinking vs Intuition Profile
Mr. HASEGAWA, Takuya
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Japanese Management

Japanese Production Management and Supply Chain Management

Profile
Mr. YAMAMOTO, Shinya
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Global Management Profile
Ms. YOSHIHARA, Mariko
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Global Management Profile
Mr. CHANG, Wei-Lun
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MBA Special Lecture  Profile
Mr. NAIR, Radhakrishnan
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Open Innovation Profile