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Naoshi Takatsu is the Executive Vice President Japan, of IMD, Business School, Switzerland, Adjunct lecturer at the School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University, Partner in the Institute of Strategic Leadership Japan, and committee Vice Chairman of AFS Japan. Mr. Takatsu’s professional work includes cross-border investment facilitation for the Industrial Bank of Japan (Currently Mizuho Financial Group) based out of Paris, internet business and Japanese market entry strategies at Boston Consulting Tokyo, corporate philosophy development and dissemination at Human Capital Solution Group (HC), an HR/HRD consultancy, and most recently editorship of “Works” magazine for Recruit Company. He has worked with Sony, Denso, Asahi Brewery, NTT DoCoMo and Charles Schwab., Ltd, and is the author of “Kanjiru Management”, a book that is widely read by Japanese managers and HR leaders. Mr. Takatsu has studied design at Kuwasawa Design School, holds a B.A. in Political Sciences from Waseda University in Tokyo, and has an MBA from INSEAD France.


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Dr Moazzem Hossain is associate professor in economics in the Griffith Business School (GBS), Griffith University Brisbane, Australia. He was awarded a master degree from the Australian National University in 1978 and a PhD from the University of Western Australia in 1986. Before joining Griffith Business School in 1990, Dr Hossain worked for the prestigious Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics (ABARE) for five years. 
He was a visiting fellow at University of Sussex, University of London, Boston University and Institute of Social Studies in The Hague. Dr Hossain was awarded the inaugural SMR professorial fellowship at the University of Hull, UK in 2000.
He has contributed in several scholarly journals including the Economic and Political Weekly, Singapore Economic Review, Australian Economic Papers, Review of Asian and Pacific Studies. He has produced jointly with colleagues several books published by Routledge (1998, 1999, 2010), Edward Elgar (2004, 2006, 2010) and The University Press Limited (2003, 2009). 
He was a visiting fellow at University of Sussex, University of London, Boston University and Institute of Social Studies in The Hague. Dr Hossain was awarded the inaugural SMR professorial fellowship at the University of Hull, UK in 2000.
He has contributed in several scholarly journals including the Economic and Political Weekly, Singapore Economic Review, Australian Economic Papers, Review of Asian and Pacific Studies. He has produced jointly with colleagues several books published by Routledge (1998, 1999, 2010), Edward Elgar (2004, 2006, 2010) and The University Press Limited (2003, 2009).


UEGUlrich Emanuel Gysel is a lecturer at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences in Winterthur, Switzerland. He teaches at the School of Management and Law in the field of business information technology with a focus on web collaboration as well as techniques and technology in knowledge management. He has received a Master of Arts in history and German literature from the University of Bern. He also received Masters of Science in computing from the Computing Mathematics Dept, University of Wales, Cardiff, and in organizational learning from the ODKM Program in the School of Public Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax VA.

He uses appreciative inquiry to research requisite behaviours that virtual organizations need to develop to establish rich, engaging, multi-context relationships that carry collaboration beyond known facts.




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