Business Review Vol.64 No.1 SUM. 2016

Vol.64 No.1 SUM. 2016 (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.

Revitalizing Human Resource Management

Yasuhiro Hattori
“Empirical Study on Innovation and Continuity of Recruitment Activity”

Maki Tottoribe
“Development of Competencies among Innovative Engineers”

Naoko Ishihara
“Transition of Japanese Human Resource Management into Talent Management: Is It Possible?”

Ryuta Suzuki / Bumpei Sunaguchi
“The Open Workplace Leads to Self-directed Behaviors”

Takashi Nishimura / Yumi Nishioka
“Exploring the Influence of Hierarchy and Time on the Strategic Roles of Middle Managers”

Tomoyo Takagi
“Labor Market Equilibrium of the Elderly and the Disabled by “Vicarious Agreement” Behavior”

●Leaders of MOT
  Fumio Watanabe
   (Chairman, KDDI R&D Laboratories, Inc.)
  Interviewed by Kentaro Nobeoka and Yaichi Aoshima

●Critical Eyes: Extended Self
 Takeshi Matsui

●Colum: (5)
  The “New” New Value Creation Strategy: Thinking of Open Innovation
  Hiroshi Shimizu

●Business Cases
 Yuriko Isoda / Noriko Taji
  “Linkedin: The Process of Growth in the Largest Professional Network Service”

 Hisanaga Amikura
  “Doutor Coffee and Starbucks Coffee Japan: Competition in Japanese Self-Service Coffee Shop Market”

●Management Forum 
  Yosuke Yagi
    (Executive Officer and Executive Vice President, LIXIL Group Corporation)
 Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura and Motohiro Morishima

●From My Bookshelf
  Osamu Uda
  Nobuyuki Inamizu

Yoshihiro Ito
“Innovation of Emergent Business Models:
A Case Study of the Sugamo Shinkin Bank”