Toshiro Wakayama

Professor of Innovation and Strategy
Ph.D., Syracuse University, 1989

Toshiro Wakayama

Previous Positions:

Corporate Research Division, Xerox Corporation, USA 1989 -1996
Current Research Interests:
Strategic Perspectives for the Changing Landscape of Global Competition
System-theoretic Studies of Strategy as an Irreducible Whole
Innovation and New Business Creation

Major Publications:

Wakayama, T., & LaPierre, K. (2017). Exploiting a Strategic Paradox: Lessons from Aeon’s Historic Expansion in Japan, MIT Sloan Management Review (forthcoming).

Wakayama, T., Shintaku, J., & Amano, T. (2012). What Panasonic Learned in China, Harvard Business Review.

Gupta, A., Wakayama, T., & Rangan, S. (Eds.). (2012). Global Strategies
for Emerging Asia, Jossey-Bass/Wiley.

Wakayama, T., Shintaku, J., Amano, T., & Kikuchi, T. (2012). Co-evolving Local Adaptation and
Global Integration: The Case of Panasonic China. In A. Gupta, T.Wakayama, & S. Rangan (eds.), Global Strategies for Emerging Asia. Jossey-Bass/Wiley.

Wakayama, T., Kannapan, S., Khoong, C.M., & Navathe, S., & Yates, J. (Eds.). (1998).
Information and Process Integration in Enterprises. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Other Achievements:

Co-chair, International Working Conference on Information and Process Integration in Enterprises, November 1996, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Member of the Early Management Potentials, top 5 to 10% of the eligible population selected for future senior management positions at Xerox Corporation, USA.