Profile

SAKAI Kazuo

Professor, School of Law,
Director, Institute for Service Innovation Studies,

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Information science, management (information organizational theory, organizational innovation), education (education technology, learning analysis), psychology (mathematical psychology, cognitive psychology), “ba” linguistics, social ecology, thanatology

Research themes:
Visualizing the form of sound activities for people, organizations, and society

Academic degrees:
DSc

Main books and papers:
◆Dorakka: hito, shiso, jissen (“Drucker: people, thought, practice”) (coauthor) (Bunshindo, 2014)
◆Drucker’s lost art of management (cotranslator ) (Nikkei Publishing, 2013)
◆AFPWAA Japan one year after 3.11 (author) (AFPWAA, 2012)
◆Yomigaere! Daigaku (“The university reborn”) (coauthor) (Soryu-sha, 2011)
◆The function and learning of ‘ba’ to give full scope to intellectual abilities (coauthor) (IEICE technical report, 2010)
◆A proposal of the "university e-learning management (UeLM) model" for supporting instructional activities of e-learning at higher education institutions (coauthor) (Transactions of Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education, 2010)