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Megumi Takata Last modified date:2019.05.20

Professor / Department of Business and Technology Management (Business School) / Department of Business and Technology Management / Faculty of Economics


Presentations
1. Toshihiko Matsuhashi, Koichi Nakagawa, Megumi Takata, Kosuke Kato, Mari Yoshida, Terumasa Matsuyuki, Effectuation for Technology Transfer Professionals in Japan, ISPIM connects Fukuoka 2018, 2018.12.
2. M. Takata, K. Nakagawa, M. Yoshida, T. Matsuyuki, T. Matsuhashi, K. Kato, Nursing entrepreneurship: A conceptual study of a new focus for technology transfer professionals, ISPIM Innovation Conference, 2018.06, This study proposes a new focus for technology transfer professionals who enable university technology commercialization. The role of universities in realizing innovation has grown increasingly important. However, technological commercialization stemming from universities is quite difficult because of different skills and functions needed in during the stages between technological invention and business realization. To address such situations, this study proposes a new responsibility for technology transfer professionals working between the academic inventor and surrogate entrepreneur, namely that of a nursing entrepreneur. We identify the key behaviours and personal characteristics of a nursing entrepreneur and use effectuation theory to identify similarities in the behavioural patterns of this role and those of expert entrepreneurs. Our perspective sheds light on the hidden entrepreneurial role of technology transfer professional. To accelerate innovation out of universities, we recommend that such skills should be developed by education and training, and that people with those skills should be employed and promoted..
3. K. Nakagawa, M. Takata, K. Kato, T. Matsuyuki, T. Matsuhashi, University-Industry collaborative entrepreneurship education program as a trading zone: Case of Osaka University, UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATIONS AND ACADEMIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP: EAST MEETS WEST, 2017.06, University-industry collaborative education is a potential solution for entrepreneurship training. It can give participants both sophisticated theory from university and experiential know-hows from industry, and both contribute to successful entrepreneur activities. This paper proposes the concept of trading zone can be considered as potential framework for capturing this education method. That’s to say, the exchange of knowledge between students and practitioners is the essential learning experience of university-industry collaborative education. Furthermore, this study proposes heterogeneity between students and practitioners makes that exchange more meaningful, shared language provided by program staffs make exchange efficient, and the temporality and the extraordinariness of the program accelerate that exchange. While external validity should be checked in the future study, this study gives one evidence for those our propositions, from the qualitative and quantitative analysis of Osaka University case..
4. M. Takata, K. Hasegawa, A. Nagata, Potential for Utilization of Stokes’ Quadrant as a Policy Analysis Tool, ISPIM Innovation Forum, 2017.03, Regarding researchers affiliated with Kyushu University, data on the obtainment of grants/funds, and data on research publications published in Japanese, research publications published in English and patent applications were connected from 2005 to 2013. Departments with distinguished academic achievements and highly motivated university-industry collaboration activities were selected. Among the professors and associate professors enrolled during the above period, 26 persons who could be connected with research publications and patent data were targeted for this analysis. An attempt was made to understand researchers' means for obtaining grants/funds in chronological order and conduct analysis by using Stokes' quadrant. From the viewpoint of secular change, it was found that some researchers do not stay in one quadrant but move around, shifting back and forth between multiple quadrants. Stokes' quadrant is useful as a framework for analyzing the change in the portfolio of research grants/funds..
5. K. Nakagawa, M. Takata, K. Kato, T. Matsuyuki, T. Matsuhashi, University-Industry collaborative entrepreneurship education program as a trading zone: Case of Osaka University, ISPIM Innovation Forum, 2017.03, University-industry collaborative education is a potential solution for entrepreneurship training. It can give participants both sophisticated theory from university and experiential know-hows from industry, and both contribute to successful entrepreneur activities. This paper proposes the concept of trading zone can be considered as potential framework for capturing this education method. That’s to say, the exchange of knowledge between students and practitioners is the essential learning experience of university-industry collaborative education. Furthermore, this study proposes heterogeneity between students and practitioners makes that exchange more meaningful, shared language provided by program staffs make exchange efficient, and the temporality and the extraordinariness of the program accelerate that exchange. While external validity should be checked in the future study, this study gives one evidence for those our propositions, from the qualitative and quantitative analysis of Osaka University case..
6. koichi Hasegawa, Megumi Takata, Akiya Nagata, Database Construction forMeasuring Effects ofIndustry-University Cooperation Policy onAcademic Research Performance, SciREX International Symposium 2015, 2016.02, In order to accurately grasp the effects of the university-industry collaboration activities on researchers, the database has been developed and got initial findings on dynamic transfer of researcher types among "Bohr", "Edison", and "Pasteur"..
7. Megumi Takata, Study on the correlation between research budget and UIC output, Eurasian workshop “University-Industry Connections and Cooperation, 2014.09, Case analysis of two labs in Kyushu University for studying the process and incentives of university-industry collaboration..
8. Megumi Takata, University-Industry Jointly Owned Patent ~Case Analysis of Kyushu University's lab, International Workshop of University-Industry Research Collaboration Patterns and Impacts Among Asian Universities, 2013.12, Case analysis of two labs in Kyushu University for studying the process and incentives of university-industry collaboration..
9. Megumi Takata, University-industry Jointly Owned Patent ~Pros and Cons as UIC Index, International Workshop of University-Industry Research Collaboration Patterns and Impacts Among Asian Universities, 2013.06, Extract unique points of university-industry jointly owned patent in Japan, and showed framework to further analysis..
10. Study of the Process of University Technology Commercialization: The Roles and Effects of Educational Courses, [URL].
11. Study on Development Method of Human Resource for Technology Commercialization.
12. Study on Process of Drug Review and Approval.
13. "Analysis on systems for development of reigional bio industry -learning from Science Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA", Megumi Takata, The Japan Society for Science Policy and Research Management 2006, [URL].
14. Knowledge Exchange through Tech-transfer, [URL].
15. Personnel training for university-industry collaboration at Kyushu University, [URL].