Dr Innan SasakiLecturer in Strategic Management
Innan Sasaki defended her dissertation entitled: “The way to organizational longevity - Balancing stability and change in shinise firms” in October 2015 at University of Turku in Finland. In the dissertation, she examined how organization can achieve extreme longevity by studying firms that have more than 100 years of history. After receiving her PhD, she worked as guest research associate in University of Kyoto in Japan. Her research interests include tradition, history, and time in organization studies, organizational culture, and institutional theory. She studies craft firms and family firms.
Strategy Practice Teaching Is Dead: Long Live Strategy Practice Teaching
Angwin, D.N., Sasaki, I., Mikhalkina, T., Friesl, M., Thanos, I., Fahy, K. 2017
A book review of The Routledge Companion to Cross-Cultural Management, Holden, N., Michailova, S. and Tietze, S. (Eds.), (2015), Routledge.
Sasaki, I. 06/2016 In: Journal of International Management. 22, 2, 3 p.
David defeating Goliath: institutional work of a marginalized actor within institutional complexity
Baba, S., Sasaki, I. 29/03/2016 In: Academy of Management Proceedings.
Cultural approach in understanding the long-term survival of firms: Japanese Shinise firms in the sake brewing industry
Sasaki, I., Sone, H. 13/04/2015 In: Business History. 57, 7, p. 1020-1036. 17 p.
Going beyond national cultures: dynamic interaction between national, regional, and organizational realities
Sasaki, I., Yoshikawa, K. 07/2014 In: Journal of World Business. 49, 3, p. 455-464. 10 p.
Balancing tradition and innovation to achieve sustainable economic development in UK’s craft firms
01/07/2017 → 31/07/2018
- Centre for Family Business