September 14, 2015

Business Review Vol.63 No.2 AUT. 2015

Vol.63 No.2 AUT. 2015 (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.

Strength amd Risk of Family Business

Akihiro Okumura 
"On Theories of Familly Business: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow"

Shigeru Asaba
"Family Business Research in Japan"

Wiwattanakantang Yupana / Jungwook Shin
"Family Business in Post War Japan: Empirical Eudience from Publicly Traded Firms from 1962-2000(IPO Year)"

Hirokazu Hasegawa / Takashi Yoneda
"Importance of Growth Stages and Governance in the Family Business"

Makoto Ohsawa
"Strength and Issues of Japanese Family Businesses: Family Charter and Family Office as a Powerful Solution"

Hidekazu Sone
"Learn from the Wisdom of hte World's Oldest Business Firm Kongo-gumi: Prerequisites for Longevity from the Aspect of Traditional Industrial Business System"

●Critical Eyes: "Razor-and-Razor-Blade" Business Model 
 Masatoshi Fujiwara

●Leaders of MOT
 Kazuya Onomichi
  Interviewed by Kentaro Nobeoka, Yaichi Aoshima and Hiroshi Shimizu

●Business Cases
 Shotaro Yamaguchi / Hiroshi Shimizu

 Hisanaga Amikura / Takuya Miwa
  "JIN Co.,Ltd"
●The Management of MUJI (2)
  Hidehiko Nishikawa

●Colum: (2)
  The "New" New Value Creation Strategy: Thinking of Open Innovation
  Hiroshi Shimizu

●Management Forum
 Akira Takata (JAPANET TAKATA Co.,Ltd. ,  Founder, former president / 
 A and Live , Representative director)
 Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura

●From My Bookshelf
  Toshihiro Nishiguchi 
  Tomoko Kawakami 

September 11, 2015

NUS-IIR Workshop on Innovation 2015.09.11-13

■NUS-IIR Workshop on Innovation

Date: September 11-13, 2015
Venue: National University of Singapore

Organized by D-ETM (Division of Engineering & Technology Management), NUS and IIR, Hitotsubashi University

1. Program
Sep. 11 (Fri)
  14:00-18:30 Workshop by Faculty members
  18:45-20:00 Reception

12 (Sat) 09:00-10:45 Students presentation (AM session)
  11:00-12:00 Keynote speech by Prof. Nobeoka (Director of IIR)
  13:00-17:00 Students presentation (PM session)

13 (Sun) 10:00-12:00 Conference tour (Library, etc.)

2. Participants
Prof. Chang Chieh Hang (Head, D-ETM, Exec. Dir. IEL)
Prof. Chihiro Watanabe (Visiting Prof., D-ETM)
Prof. Foo Maw Der (Associate Prof., D-ETM)
Prof. Chai Kah Hin (Deputy Head, D-ETM)
Dr Annapoornima Subramanian (Assistant Prof., D-ETM)
Prof. Wim Vanhaverbeke (Visiting Prof., D-ETM)
Dr Angeline Lim (Research Fellow, D-ETM)
5 Students (Post graduates/Post Dr)
5 Japanese representatives in Singapore
IIR, Hitotsubashi University
Prof. Kentaro Nobeoka (Director, IIR)
Prof. Yaichi Aoshima (Dean, IIR)
Prof. Manabu Eto (Prof., IIR)
Prof. Masaru Karube (Associate Prof., IIR)
Dr Megumi Kimura (Adjunct Assistant Prof., IIR)
4 Students (Post graduates)

Institutional Sources of Innovation
Day 1 Sep. 11 (Fri)
14:00-18:30 Workshop (20 min. presentation, 15 min. Discussion)
14:00-14:05 Opening
14:05-14:20 Introduction
14:20-14:40 Prof. Aoshima
“Forces that Distort Renewable Energy Policies: An Analysis of the Policy Impact on the Rooftop
PV Market in Japan” (Moderator: Chai)
14:40-14:55 Discussion
14:55-15:15 Prof. Hang
“Strategies of a Small Nation (Singapore) in Technological Innovation: Global Partnership and Talent Development” (Moderator: Aoshima)
15:15-15:30 Discussion
15:45-16:05 Prof. Eto
“The Secret of Innovation in Switzerland” (Moderator: Watanabe)
16:05-16:20 Discussion
16:20-16:40 Prof. Watanabe
“Operationalization of Un-captured GDP toward a Post Excessive Consumption Society: Similarity
and Disparity between Singapore and Finland” (Moderator: Eto)
16:40-16:55 Discussion
16:55-17:15 Prof. Karube
“Post-Merger Integration: Who Owns Interorganizational Relationships?-Post-Merging Integration
through Client Sharing between Accounting Firms” (Moderator: Foo)
17:15-17:30 Discussion
17:30-17:50 Prof. Foo
“Building a Research Agenda on Individual and Team Determinants of Academic Entrepreneurhip”
(Moderator: Karube)
17:50-18:05 Discussion
18:05-18:30 Overall discussion
(Moderators: Hang and Nobeoka)