Collaborative Research Chair for Paradoxical Leadership Adjunct ProfessorNorihiko TAKEUCHI

【Specialized Fields】
Organizational Behavior; Human Resource Management; Vocational Psychology
Prof. Takeuchi is currently serving as a Professor of Management at the Graduate School of Business and Finance, Waseda University. He received his Ph.D. from the Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University. Prior to his current position, he was an Associate Professor at Tokyo University of Science, Aoyama Gakuin University, and so forth.
Takeuchi, N., Takeuchi, T., & Jung, Y. (2021). Making a successful transition to work: A fresh look at organizational support for young newcomers from an individual-driven career adjustment perspective. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 128, [103587].
Takeuchi, T., Takeuchi, N., & Jung, Y. (2021). Toward a process model of newcomer socialization: Integrating pre- and post-entry factors for newcomer adjustment. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 32(3), 391-418.
Jung, Y., & Takeuchi., N. (2018). A lifespan perspective for understanding career self-management and satisfaction: The role of developmental human resource practices and organizational support. Human Relations, 71(1), 73-102.
My research interests include theoretical and empirical studies of careers, motivation, and leadership. Seemingly, human behavior appears to be random, and people management tends to rely on personal experience and the sixth sense. I hope to provide opportunities to explore optimal solutions based on scientific knowledge of organizational behavior.