CV

Fumiko Kano Glückstad

Associate Professor in Cross-Cultural Market Communication

Dept. of Management, Society & Communication

Copenhagen Businesss School

 

Employment

 

07.2016 - present

Associate Professor, Department of Management, Society & Communication (MSC), CBS

10.2013 - 06.2016

Assistant Professor, Department of International Business Communication (IBC), CBS

01.2013 - 09.2013

Postdoc Researcher, IBC, CBS

06.2012 – 12.2012

Research Assistant, IBC, CBS

12.2008 – 05.2012

PhD fellow, IBC, CBS

05. 2004 – 11.2008

Independent Research Associate for WIP, Japan and London Research International

10.2000 – 04.2004

Senior Coordinator, Phase One A/S

01.1998 – 09.2000

Columnist for Nikkei Net Business (Japanese business publication)

04.1991 – 11.1997

Marketing research & business development,

Panasonic Corporation, Home Appliance Company

 

 

Teaching experience (as of August 2016):

 

  • Supervisions and exams of in total 46 students in the 1st and 2nd year as well as Bachelor projects of the Asian Study Program (Bachelor)
  • Supervisions of 30+ master level students

 

  • Co-supervision of one bachelor student from Bachelor of Science in Engineering program at Technical University of Denmark
  • Host of research stay for one PhD student from Technical University of Denmark

 

  • Consumer theories and practices in East and West: When Western businesses meet Asian Consumers – and vice versa, MA in International Business Communication (Fall 2016)
  • Stakeholder Relationship Management, MA in International Business Communication (Spring 2016)
  • Complexity of cultures in East and in West: from the view of cultural psychology, BA in Intercultural Market Communication (Fall 2014)
  • Guest lecture: Culture & Cultural Economy in BA in European Business (November 2014)
  • Guest lecture: Communicating across Cultures in BA in Intercultural Market Communication: IMK (March 2015, Spring 2016)

 

Management experience and other scientific qualification

 

As independent research associate for consultant agencies: WIP Japan and London Research International, conducted projects producing research reports delivered to the Japanese Government as listed below:

 

  • Study on the tele-working in Denmark (client: the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication)
  • Study on the work-life-balance in Denmark and Sweden (client: the Japanese Cabinet Office)
  • Study on recent trends of the postal market in Denmark and Sweden (client: the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication)
  • Study on the freedom of Information policy in Norway (client: the Metropolitan of Tokyo)
  • Danish e-government (client: the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication)
  • Policy of dietary education in Scandinavia partly published as a White Paper (client: the Japanese Cabinet Office)
  • Norwegian policy for children and young people (client: the Japanese Cabinet Office)

 

As consumer behavior researcher for Panasonic Corporation, conducted consumer survey projects producing business reports as listed below (only major contributions):

 

  • Kano, F. (1995) Business report: Consumers attitudes towards healthy life style: segmentation of consumers based on a consumer value survey (unpublished work in Japanese: targeted for internal business use in Panasonic Corporation, Japan)
  • Kano, F. (1993) Business report: Consumers attitudes towards environment: segmentation of consumers according to attitudes to install organic garbage disposer (unpublished work in Japanese: targeted for internal business use in Panasonic Corporation, Japan)

 

Education

 

  • Assistant Professor programme, Copenhagen Business School
  • PhD in Cross-Cultural Cognition, Copenhagen Business School
  • Master of Language Administration, Copenhagen Business School
  • MSc. in Business Translation, Babel Professional School of Translation, USA
  • BA in Psychology, Doshisha University, Japan

 

  • Course participation in “Introduction to Machine Learning and Data Modeling”, Technical University in Denmark

 

Acacdemic community:

 

  • Member of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence (JSAI)

 

Noteworthy activities:

 

  • Guest lecturer in the Big Data workshop organized by Fujitsu Corporation, Japanese Society of Global Business and the Biometric Society of Japan on 1st June 2016.
  • Invited speaker at the “Synergy Live” planned on 8 Dec. 2015 where around 1000 participants are invited participants through the Yahoo! Japan mother organization. Theme: “Comprehending Consumers across Cultures for Effective Global Communication”
  • Invited speaker at the “DEIC (Danish E-Infrastructure Corporation) Conference 2015” on 6-7 Oct. 2015 sponsored by Microsoft Danmark A/S (deic.dk/program_7oktober)
  • Organizer of the 2016-2020 thematic session “Comprehending Consumers: Computing Complexity of Cultures” under the overall framework of the 5-years project “Challenge for Realizing Early Profits” coordinated by the powerful Japanese Society of Artificial Intelligence (JSAI)
  • Invited talk: Should ontologies be language independent or dependent? Presented on 25-28 Jan. 2011 at The Second Kyoto EU - FP7 ICT Work Programme Workshop in Gifu, Japan.
  • Visiting researcher in Prof. Kentaro Inui’s Communication Science Lab. at the Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan, Jan. 2011 – Mar. 2011

 

Last updated on August, 2016 by Fumiko Kano Glückstad