Master of Business Administration
(University of Strathclyde)


Associate Professor of International Business, International Exchange Coordinator

Abstract of Research and Education

As part of the undergraduate curriculum, I head “Business Administration,” “Reading in Foreign Books,” and “Advanced Liberal Arts Seminar in Business Administration.” For sophomores and above, “Reading in Foreign Books” provides an avenue for students to role play negotiations based on studied methods consolidated in a business English textbook. Open to juniors and above from various departments, “Advanced Liberal Arts Seminar in Business Administration” offers opportunities for students to hone their problem-solving skills and strategic business acumen through case studies in seminars.

Within the graduate school program, I teach “Advanced Study in Management Systems” geared towards foreign students. The course entails an investigation of global business management and overseas business development in growth regions, with opportunities for students to present their findings. For MBA, I lead “Applied Study in Industrial Management of Japan and UK.” Through mutual overseas trainings in collaboration with a UK business school, we conduct comparative research on management practices in the UK and Japan.

I specialize in global management, sustainability management, corporate entrepreneurship, and cross-cultural communication.

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