January 10, 2012

Business Review Vol.50 No.2, AUT. 2002

Vol.50 No.2, AUT. 2002 (In Japanese)

A leading management journal in Japanese,
which builds a bridge between theory and practice.
Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation Research
Toyo Keizai Inc.

Management Professionals
Matthias Kipping"Why Management Consulting Developed So Late in Japan and Does It Matter?"
Satoshi Sasaki"Introduction of American Management Techniques in the Postwar Japan"
Motohiro Morishima"Development of Managerial Competency Among Japanese White-Collar Employees"
Shuzo Fujimura"Change in Technological Creativity of Japanese Firms After the Bubble Age"
Ken Kusunoki"Strategy of B-Schools in Japan"
Shintaro Hori"Roles and Evolutions of Management Consultants in Japan"
Fumikatsu Tokiwa"Role and Significance of Moku-no-chi in Management"
 Ikujiro Nonaka
●Industry Report
 Tadashi Awoyagi
●Perspectives in Management Research: Administrative Behavioral Science
 Toshihiro Kanai/Kiyoshi Takahashi(4)
●Perspectives in Measuring and Creating the Value of Companies
 Tetsuyuki Kagaya/Kunio Ito(4)
●Business Cases
 Fujiwara Masatoshi "Seiko Epson Corporationl"
 Susumu Ogawa "Engine Inc"
 Y. Yamashita/ I.. Furukawa "Elephant Design"
●Management Forum
 Tadashi Saegusa (Misumi Corporation),
 Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura
 Yoshihiro Eshima
 "Evaluation of Public Policy on Innovative SMEs in Japan"
●Critical Eyes: Financial Risks
 Eiji Ogawa