MAGNIER-WATANABE Remy

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Name
MAGNIER-WATANABE Remy
URL
http://www.mbaib.gsbs.tsukuba.ac.jp/facultyindex/remymagnierwatanabe/
Affiliation
University of Tsukuba
Section
Faculty of Business Sciences
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Bachelor(Grenoble Ecole de Management), Master(Grenoble Ecole de Management), MBA(Georgia Institute of Technology), PhD(Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Aug 2018
 - 
Jul 2019
Academic Associate, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
 
Nov 2012
   
 
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba
 
Aug 2008
 - 
Oct 2012
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba
 

Committee Memberships

 
2012
   
 
THE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT  In charge of International events
 

Awards & Honors

 
May 2012
Academic paper, One of the 'top 3 papers published in Knowledge Management Research & Practice' in 2010-2011
 
Selected by the editor in terms of both citations and article downloads: "A study of knowledge management enablers across countries"
Jun 2011
Academic paper, Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2011, Journal of Knowledge Management
 
Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2011 for "Shaping knowledge management: Organization and national culture" published in the Journal of Knowledge Management
May 2010
Academic paper, Best Paper Award at the KMO 2010 Conference, University of Pannonia, Veszprem, Hungary, Knowledge Management in Organizations Conference
 
Best Paper Award at the 5th Knowledge Management in Organizations Conference, University of Pannonia, Veszprem, Hungary (KMO 2010)
Oct 2007
Research, 2007 Innovative Concept Award and Research Grant from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology at the Tokyo Institute of Technology
 
2007 Innovative Concept Award and Research Grant from the Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology at the Tokyo Institute of Technology
Oct 2006
Academic paper, Best Paper Award at the 3rd Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS in Milan (itAIS 2006), The Italian Chapter of Association of Information Systems (AIS)
 
Best Paper Award

Published Papers

 
MAGNIER-WATANABE, Remy
Knowledge Management in Organizations: Communications in Computer and Information Science   1027 201-212   Jul 2019   [Refereed]
With rising globalization, several countries have been expanding outside their borders through not only trade, but also foreign direct investment. In doing so, they establish subsidiaries in little-known distant countries where they must overcome ...
Japanese foreign direct investment location decision in the US: Evidence of a home-country firm bandwagon effect
MAGNIER-WATANABE,Remy
USJP Occasional Paper Series      Aug 2019
Magnier-Watanabe, Remy; Benton, Caroline F.; Uchida, Toru; Orsini, Philippe
SOCIAL SCIENCE JAPAN JOURNAL   22(1:::SI) 85-107   Jan 2019   [Refereed]
The mediating role of subjective well-being on organizational virtuousness and job performance: A comparison between France and Japan
MAGNIER-WATANABE,Remy
Journal of Strategic Management Studies   10(1) 1-12   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
This paper examines the relationships between organizational virtuousness, subjective well-being, and individual job performance, examining potential mediation effects. It uses a questionnaire survey and conditional process analysis to compare tho...
Organizational virtuousness, happiness, and job performance among French and Japanese employees: A structural model
MAGNIER-WATANABE, Remy
Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the International Academy of Strategic Management (IASM) 2018      Sep 2018
This paper examines the relationships between organizational virtuousness, subjective well-being, and individual job performance, using structural equation modeling to compare those associations among French and Japanese employees. First, we estab...

Books etc

 
Knowledge Management in Organizations: Communications in Computer and Information Science
MAGNIER-WATANABE, Remy;Fern, BENTON Caroline (Part:Contributor, Knowledge for Translating Management Innovation into Firm Performance)
Springer   Aug 2017   ISBN:9783319626
Innovative Knowledge Management: Concepts for Organizational Creativity and Collaborative Design
Magnier-Watanabe ; (Part:Contributor, Knowledge Management under Institutional Pressures: The Case of the Smartcard in France)
Information Science Reference, Hershey, PA.   Jan 2011   ISBN:978-160566701
Facilitating Learning in the 21st Century: Leading through Technology, Diversity and Authenticity
Magnier-Watanabe ; (Part:Contributor, Bringing Virtual Teams and Cross-Cultural Business Education into the Classroom,)
Springer, Berlin   Jan 2013   ISBN:978-940076136
PICMET 2010: TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT FOR GLOBAL ECONOMIC GROWTH
Magnier-Watanabe,Remy;Benton,Caroline;Herrig,Harald;Aba,Olivier (Part:Contributor, Technology-Mediated Learning Across Borders: A Cross-Cultural Case-Study)
IEEE   Jan 2010   ISBN:9781890843229
PROCEEDINGS OF PICMET 09 - TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT IN THE AGE OF FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE, VOLS 1-5
Benton, Caroline;Magnier-Watanabe, Remy (Part:Contributor, A Structural Model of Knowledge Management across Borders)
IEEE   Jan 2009   ISBN:9781890843199

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Japanese foreign direct investment location in the US: A home-country firm bandwagon effect [Invited]
MAGNIER-WATANABE,Remy
Panel: “Trade and Investment in U.S.-Japan Relations”   26 Apr 2019   Program on US-Japan Relations, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
Knowledge Drivers of Japanese Foreign Direct Investment Location
MAGNIER-WATANABE,Remy
14th Knowledge Management in Organizations Conference (KMO 2019)   15 Jul 2019   Unversity of Salamanca
With rising globalization, several countries have been expanding outside their borders through not only trade, but also foreign direct investment. In doing so, they establish subsidiaries in little-known distant countries where they must overcome ...
At night, all cats are grey: Are all exporting SMEs similar and facing the same challenges? A taxonomy attempt applied to Australian companies
Lemaire, Jean-Paul;Freeman, Susan;MAGNIER-WATANABE, Remy
9th Annual Conference of the French-Speaking Association of International Management (ATLAS-AFMI 2019)   17 Jun 2019   
Exporting SMEs have been, since the early international business (IB) publications of the 70s, an extensively explored research area. From a corporate point of view, research has contributed to a better identification of the obstacles which can h...
Organizational virtuousness, happiness, and job performance among French and Japanese employees: A structural model
MAGNIER-WATANABE,Remy
11th Conference of the International Academy of Strategic Management (IASM)   8 Sep 2018   国立大学法人電気通信大学
This paper examines the relationships between organizational virtuousness, subjective well-being, and individual job performance, using structural equation modeling to compare those associations among French and Japanese employees.
First, we estab...
Cross-cultural and human resource management challenges in Japan [Invited]
MAGNIER-WATANABE,Remy
Third Annual Susilo Symposium   8 Jun 2018   Tsinghua University

Teaching Experience

 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Knowledge Management 30 Years On: Theory, Practice, and Country Differences
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science/Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C): 
Project Year: Apr 2018 - Mar 2021    Investigator(s): Magnier-Watanabe Remy
This research, titled “Knowledge Management 30 Years On: Theory, Practice, and Country Differences” (ナレッジマネジメント30年に対する:理論、実践、国の違い), aims at clarifying the definitions, understanding, and applications of knowledge management (KM) in Japanese, Ameri...
Happiness in global companies: Comparative enablers and impact on performance
Japanese Society of for the Promotion of Science: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)
Project Year: Apr 2017 - Mar 2020    Investigator(s): Caroline Benton
This research, titled “Happiness in Global Companies: Comparative Enablers and Impact on Performance” (グローバル企業における幸福:比較のイネーブラとパフォーマンスへの影響), aims to clarify the enabling factors of employees’ subjective well-being, as well as the impact of subjecti...