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SUZUKI Kanichiro
Papers Number of the published data : 3
No. Title of presented paper Journal Publication date DOI
1 The OVOP as a Tool to Develop Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Insights from OVOP Entrepreneurial... International Journal of Education and Research 2018/03
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper The OVOP as a Tool to Develop Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Insights from OVOP Entrepreneurial Experience in Senegal
Journal International Journal of Education and Research
Volume/issue/page 6/ March, 95-112
Joint authors NDIONE Joseph Sega
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Summary
From 2011 to 2014, the Senegalese government implemented the Japanese oriented rural development model, One Village One Product (OVOP), with the aim at increasing local small scale entrepreneurs to generate income through the promotion of local resources under the OVOP Program. After reviewing and evaluating OVOP implementation projects held in Japan and other countries including Senegal, we will propose a new framework of OVOP concept suitable for Senegal OVOP Entrepreneurs and related stakeholders.
 
2 Qualitative Research on the Characteristics of Japanese Global Leaders:Core Competencies, Developmental... 2017/02
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper Qualitative Research on the Characteristics of Japanese Global Leaders:Core Competencies, Developmental Factors, and Utilization of Strengths as a Japanese Person
Journal
Volume/issue/page 13
Joint authors
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Summary
 
3 "A Study on high-IQ organizations: comparative analysis of Japanese and US" The Japan Society of Management Information 2005/06
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper "A Study on high-IQ organizations: comparative analysis of Japanese and US"
Journal The Japan Society of Management Information
Volume/issue/page 15/ 1
Joint authors STOFFELS, Andre and HIRANO, Masaaki
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Summary
Information and knowledge have become key sources of sustainable competitive advantage. This paper aims to offer business leaders a new level of understanding on how to form and manage intelligent organizations based on the empirical study. First, the Organizational IQ (OIQ) framework is selected to conceptualize and prioritize management measures to improve a firm's knowledge and information processing. This framework is then used to analyze and compare Japanese and US product development organizations that represent distinctively different patterns of organizational intelligence. For each of the five overarching OIQ principles (external information awareness - EIA, internal knowledge dissemination - IKD, effective decision architecture - EDA, organizational focus - OF, and continuous innovation - CI) research propositions suggest key differences between both geographies. Empirical tests based on 45 product development organizations highlight the significant decision points to improve a firm's organizational intelligence.