Professor Mariko Ueki
|Area and Subject Taught||International Management|
|Research Theme(s)||Knowledge Creation and the Inter-organizational Knowledge Transfer of Global firms|
|Academic Degrees||Ph.D., Yokohama National University|
|Keywords for Research Field||Knowledge Creation, International Knowledge Transfer,
Human Resources Development, Japan-US Comparative Study
|Office Phone Number||Not Public|
Knowledge is a powerful source of competitive advantage in modern enterprise management.
Knowledge creation is vital so that sharing information and knowledge through customers' opinion and actual work places could be articulated to an organizational knowledge to create added value by knowledge creation.
Multinational companies face global competition and deploy a useful knowledge and information to create new knowledge around the world.
In my research, I compare the current state of art for knowledge creation, interorganizational learning, and personnel training in Japanese and American companies, to examine the state of organizations to promote knowledge creation, transfer of knowledge in trans-cultural organizations, and personnel management.
Notable Publications and Works
- Ueki, H. and Ueki, M. (2016) “The International Deployment of R&D Organization and the Collaborative knowledge Creation: Case Studies of Nissan in China and Brazil,” The Journal of Tokyo Keizai University, No. 292, pp.53-64.
- Ueki, H. and Ueki. M. (2014) “Knowledge Transfer and Development of R&D Organization: The Study of Japanese Automotive JVC in China,” (Joint Work) IFSAM 2014.
- Ueki. M. (2013) “International Deployment of Toyota Way,” Ueki, H.(ed.), Knowledge Management Driven Innovation：Case Studies of Co-creation by Practical Knowledge, Chuo Keizai Co.
- Ueki, H. and Ueki, M. (2012) “Localization of R & D and the Knowledge Transfer in Japan - China Automotive JVC,”IFEAMA, pp.218-228.
- Ueki, M. (2012) “The Procress and Prospects of Multinational Corporations and the theory of Knowledge Creation,” chapter4, Hayashi, T. and Furui, H., (ed.), Multinational Companies and Global Business, Zeimu Keiri Kyokai.
- Ueki,H.,Ueki,M.,Saito,T.and Miyashita,K.(2011) Knowledge Creating Management:The Analyses of the Deployment of Knowledge Creation in Japan and US Firms,Bunshindo.
- Ueki, H., Ueki, M, Linowes, R., and Mroczkowski, T.(2011) A comparative study of enablers of knowledge creation in Japan and US-based firms,” Asian Business & Management,Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Vol. 10, 1, pp.113-132.
- Ueki, H. and Ueki, M.(2008) "Knowledge Creation enabled by dynamic Ba," Chapter 6, Japan Society of Knowledge Management (ed.), Management of Kata and Ba (in Japanese), Kanki-Shuppan.
- Ueki, M.(2008) "Global Strategy", Chapter 4, Faculty of Business Administration in KSU ed. Management-Strategy,Organization, Social Management (in Japanese), Minerva Shobo.
- Ueki, H., Ueki, M., Saitou, T., and Miyashita, K. (2007) "Knowledge Creation in Japan-U.S. Automobile Firms (in Japanese),"The Annual Bulletin of Japan Academy of International Business Studies, No.13, pp.83-95.
- Ueki, M. (2007) "Internationalization of Management and Organizational Learning," Chapter 5. Sasaki, T.(ed.), The Origin of Challenging Spirits: Management of Project X (in Japanese), Minerva Shobo.
- Ueki, H., Ueki, M., and Miyashita, K. (2005) "Deployment of Knowledge Management in Japanese and American Automobile Firms: Hybridization of SCM and Knowledge Management (in Japanese)," The Journal of Tokyo Keizai University, No.244, pp.3-17.
- Ueki, M. (2003) "Globalization of Management and Human Resources Development," Chapter11. Ishii, S. (ed.), Utilization of Human Resources: Series 3, Human Resources Development in terms of Knowledge Creation (in Japanese), Chuo Keizaisya.
- Ueki, M. (2002) International Transfer of Managerial Skills and Human Resources Development: The Empirical Study of Japanese and Thai Automobile Joint Venture Companies(in Japanese), Bunshindou.
- Ueki, M. (2001) "Sift of Strategy and Human Resources Development in Japanese and Thai Automobile Joint Venture Companies (in Japanese)," Japan Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.3, No.1, pp.31-40.53