Office: Shaw-Smyser 233
My education includes a B.A. in Economics, and two master's degrees: an M.B.A. and an M.S. in International Business. I earned my doctoral degree in international business and wrote my dissertation on the hybridization mechanism of International corporate governance models based on the path dependence and the pareto-optimal theories.
Having worked in a wide variety of countries and cultures, including Japan, the USA and Europe, I bring a unique, multi-cultural perspective. With my students I share my broad professional experience including global management (organizational behaviors, marketing, training and education), cross-cultural interaction and communication issues in organizations, Japanese management science, and the strategic aspects of administration and retailing in an international context.
My professional experience includes teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level as an Assistant Professor of International Business at Juanita College, and three years working for City University of Seattle/VSM in Slovakia. I have also taught at City University of Seattle in Bulgaria. Outside of academia I have experience as a localization advisor, a foreign customer training consultant, an IPO staff, a founder of a small business, a marketing consultant, and as an education program developer. I am also a certified retail sales specialist by the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
When not at work I love karaoke, eating good food, driving cars, hiking, teaching and playing the guitar. I believe that students and their professor have a respected mutual commitment in learning. Both must share responsibility and work proactively to create a positive learning partnership. I work hard to make sure my students complete my class successfully and with the certainty that they have gained useful information.
"No one will cry in my class since I will not let anyone cry."
~Dr. Hideki Takei
- D.B.A, International Business, Southern New Hampshire University, USA
- M.S., International Business, Southern New Hampshire University, USA
- M.B.A., Marketing, Southern New Hampshire University, USA
- B.A., Economics, Josai University, Japan
- ADMG 371 – Administrative Management
- ADMG 424 – ADMG Policy
- ADMG 471 – Leading Change
- RMT 350 – Retailing and E-commerce
- RMT 485 – International Retailing
- Hideki, T., Trumpy, R., Wang, F., & Claar, C. (2011). "A Hybrid Education Model: Experimental Results Using Introductory Level Marketing Courses." Marketing Educators' Association Proceedings.
- Yuichi Ito and Hideki Takei, “Empirical Analysis of Labor Mismatch in Japan”, The CABS Journal of Management, 22-29, Spring 2007.
- Hideki Takei, “Strategic Ethics Management for Effective Corporate Governance of Multinational Enterprises: Strategic Policies, Concepts and Frameworks”, The CABS Journal of Management, 62-76, Fall 2006.
- Hideki Takei, “Theoretical Explanations of Hybridization Process of Governance with Evolutionary Game, Multiple Optima, and Path Dependence”, Corporate Ownership & Control, 28-39, Winter 2005.
- Philip Fellman, Hideki Takei and Roxana Wright, “Non-equilibrium Dynamics and the Globalization of Knowledge in the Japanese Debt Crisis”, Journal of Present Research in Global Business, 97-106, Fall, 2003.
- Hideki Takei and Philip Fellman, “Corporate Governance and Human Resource Management: The Hybrid Integrated Governance Model”, Journal of Present Research in Global Business, 69-78, Fall 2002.
- Hideki Takei, "The Changing Structure of Japanese Management and Corporate Governance," Southern New Hampshire University Banchmark, Winter/Spring 2000.
- Hideki Takei, “Hybrid Corporate Governance Model”, Japanese Restructuring of Financial Management and Systems, November 2002, Senbundo Co., Japan.
- Hideki Takei and Philip Fellman, "U.S. Holding Corporate Strategy." Group Business Strategy: Theory and Practice, September 2001, Tokyo Economic Information Publishing Co., Japan.
- Hideki Takei and Yuichi Ito, “Corporate Governance and Control in Cross-national Organizations based on Ethical Relativity”, published as Keio SFC Working Paper Series, N118, (2007).
- Hideki Takei and Yuichi Ito, “Human Resource Management and Governance in the Central and Eastern Europe- Case studies in Bulgaria and Slovak Republic-“, published as Keio SFC Working Paper Series, N119, (2007).