Collaborative Research Chair for Paradoxical Leadership Adjunct Associate ProfessorShunsuke NAKAMURA

【Specialized Fields】
Organizational & Human Resource Development
Graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Letters with a specialization in Social Psychology. After working for a major non-life insurance company, he joined Alue Co.,Ltd. in its early stages of establishment. He has served as sales manager, general manager of HR Solution Dept., and representative of the local subsidiary in India, and contributed to the company's listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers (now Growth). Currently, he is involved in business leader training and program development as an executive consultant, as well as leading the establishment of the Collaborative Research Chair for Paradoxical Leadership and engaging in research.
Single author of "The Art of Thinking in a 'Pyramid Structure'" (2010, Subarusha)
Co-Supervising translator of “BOTH/AND THINKING(Japanese version)”(2023,JMA Management Center Inc.)
Several papers have pointed out that paradoxical leadership has a close relationship with Eastern thought. In this sense, I feel that it is very meaningful to be able to advance research in this field together with Kyoto University, which is located in Kyoto, historically the center of Japanese culture and is a leading research and educational institution in Japan. We will do our best to foster paradoxical leaders and disseminate meaningful research results.