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Home » Seminar to commemorate the publication of the book “Video Management that Conveys Tacit Knowledge” to be he ld online on Wednesday, July 10, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. Professor Akio Iriyama of Waseda University Business School will be o n stage

Seminar to commemorate the publication of the book “Video Management that Conveys Tacit Knowledge” to be he ld online on Wednesday, July 10, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. Professor Akio Iriyama of Waseda University Business School will be o n stage

ClipLine Co., Ltd.
Seminar to commemorate the publication of the book “Video Management that Conveys Tacit Knowledge” to be held online on Wednesday, July 10, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. Professor Akio Iriyama of Waseda University Business School will be on stage
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ClipLine Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, hereinafter referred to as the “Company”), which provides “ABILI” that brings out the potential of the service industry, is a company founded by CEO Hayato Takahashi in his first book “Videos that convey tacit knowledge”. “Management” will be published by Diamond Publishing on July 10, 2024. To commemorate the publication, an online seminar will be held from 3:00 pm on the same day to introduce case studies of video utilization in the service industry. We have invited Akio Iriyama, a professor at Waseda University Business School, who provides case study explanations for the book, to give us tips on how to use videos in management.
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Seminar content
What is “video management” that conveys tacit knowledge? All the video utilization case studies of companies are released! In the service industry, where it has been said that it is difficult to implement the “Knowledge Creation Theory” proposed by Professor Ikujiro Nonaka, implementation based on “video” is progressing. Akio Iriyama, a professor at Waseda University Business School, will provide explanations while showing many examples of such companies. Although this seminar is based on the new book “Video Management that Conveys Tacit Knowledge” (edited by Ikujiro Nonaka, authored by Hayato Takahashi), which summarizes the purpose and examples of using videos in management, we will discuss topics that could not be fully introduced in the book. We will introduce and explain it, including cases of video utilization.
Speaker introduction
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Hayato Takahashi (President, ClipLine Co., Ltd.) Author of the book “Video Management that Conveys Tacit Knowledge.” As a consultant at Accenture Co., Ltd. and Genex Partners Co., Ltd., he led the management reform of many multi-store companies. As a “transformation contractor” at one of the industry’s largest restaurant companies, he completed organizational reforms and performance improvements with sales ranging from tens of billions to 100 billion yen. In 2013, he became independent and founded ClipLine Co., Ltd. While leading management as the company’s representative director and president, he developed ABILI (formerly ClipLine) using his consulting know-how. While examining the applicability of cutting-edge technologies such as AI, he believes that the development of human resources, which is the source of value in the service industry, will lead to true
productivity improvements. Graduated from Kyoto University Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Science.
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Akio Iriyama Professor at Waseda University Business School Provides case study explanations for the book “Video Management that Conveys Tacit Knowledge.” After engaging in research and consulting work for automobile manufacturers and domestic and international government agencies at Mitsubishi Research Institute, he entered the doctoral program at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Business. Obtained a Ph.D. from the same graduate school in 2008. He assumed his current position in 2013 after serving as an assistant professor at the School of Business at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Specializes in business strategy theory and international management theory. His book “What are management scholars around the world thinking now?” (published by Eiji Publishing), published in 2012, became a bestseller, and is currently being published as a long-term series in “Diamond Harvard Business Review.” He is also active in various media, including posting articles such as “Theory.” Completed master’s degree at Keio University.
Seminar overview
Date: July 10, 2024 (Wednesday) 15:00-16:30 Venue: Online distribution (webinar) Participation fee: Free Organizer: Diamond Book Editorial Department DIAMOND Readers Club Application period: June 2024 26th (Wednesday) – July 10th, 2024 (Wednesday) 14:00 Click here for the application page
https://diamond.jp/list/seminar-diamond/66790591b57622431a000002 *To apply for participation, please contact Diamond Readers Club members. Registration (free) required
About the book “Video management that conveys tacit knowledge – Management by movies that dramatically increases productivity” This book mainly introduces case studies of seven companies that used video to improve productivity in the service industry where value is provided by humans. As a management consultant, our representative Takahashi has seen firsthand the challenges faced in management in the service industry.He has used IT technology to reproduce the SECI model, a framework for organizational innovation advocated by Ikujiro Nonaka, professor emeritus at Hitotsubashi University. We devised ways to carry out reforms and management support. Traditionally, the “SECI model” has often been introduced in the product development process in the manufacturing industry, but in this book, we focus on cases where leverage was maximized in organizational management and productivity improvement in the service industry. Unlike the manufacturing industry, the service industry’s bases are scattered, so it can be said that the spiral of the SECI model became possible for the first time by introducing IT technology. In the case study explanation, Professor Akihide Iriyama of Waseda University Business School cooperated with us to generalize the interpretation from an academic perspective and explain it in an easy-to-understand manner.
table of contents
Supervisor Preface: “Knowledge creation to the next stage” Ikujiro Nonaka Introduction: Video was the key to linking productivity and knowledge creation theory
Chapter 1: Management that led from the crisis of withdrawal to a V-shaped recovery – Krispy Kreme Donuts
Chapter 2: The secret to generating sales two to three times that of the same type of business – Ozeki
Chapter 3: Utilizing videos to leverage unique talent acquisition strategies – Maintenance beauty salon ChokiPeta
Chapter 4: A powerful educational system that links job ranks and short videos – Sushi Choshimaru
Chapter 5: Implementing the SECI model in an industry with mostly tacit knowledge – KIZUNA HOLDINGS
Chapter 6: “Visualize” difficult and delicate sales skills – IDOM Chapter 7: Possibilities and challenges of adding value through services – JR East Startup
Final chapter: Considering the impact of generative AI on knowledge creation and video management
Supervisor introduction
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Ikujiro Nonaka, professor emeritus at Hitotsubashi University and member of the Japan Academy. Born in Tokyo in 1935. Graduated from Waseda University Faculty of Political Science and Economics in 1958. Obtained Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Business. Currently a professor emeritus at Hitotsubashi University and a member of the Japan Academy. In 2017, he received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Business. Awarded an honorary fellowship from the Peter Drucker Society Europe in 2023. An authority on knowledge management who spread knowledge creation theory to the world. His major publications include “The Essence of Failure” (co-author), “The Knowledge-Creating Company” (co-author, Japanese translation “Knowledge Creating Company”), “The Wise Company” (co-author, Japanese translation “Wise Company”), “Intuitive Management” ” (co-authored, English translation “Management by Eidetic Intuition”), “Wild Management” (co-authored) and many others. Book overview
Title: Video management that conveys tacit knowledge ~Management by movies that will dramatically increase productivity~ Author: Hayato Takahashi Supervised by: Ikujiro Nonaka Publisher: ‎ Diamond Publication date: ‎ July 10, 2024 : Book (soft cover) 240 pages Price: 1,800 yen (excluding tax) Amazon sales page URL:
https://amzn.asia/d/bwLsVWT
About ClipLine Co., Ltd.
Mission: Increasing what can be done Representative: Representative Director and President Hayato Takahashi Establishment: July 11, 2013 Location: 5F, Grand First Kanda Konyamachi, 15 Kanda Konyamachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0035 Capital: 400 million yen (Including capital reserves. As of August 31, 2023) Company URL:
https://corp.clipline.com/ Service site: https://service.clipline.com/ Business content: Bringing out the potential of the service industry Development, operation, and management consulting of “ABILI” Inquiries regarding this matter
ClipLine Co., Ltd. Contact: Inoue TEL: 03-6809-3305 Email: pr@clipline.jp More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000184.000011390.html