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Yoichi Ueno (上野 陽一 Ueno Yōichi, October 28, 1883 - October 15, 1957) is a Japanese scholar in the fields of management science and industrial psychology and founder of SANNO Institute of Management. He has been called the "father of Japanese administrative science".
A graduate of the Philosophy Faculty of Tokyo Imperial University, with a specialization in psychology, Mr. Ueno shifted his research focus to issues in business administration and management, and became a specialist in scientific management.
Japanese SANNO INSTITUTE was founded in 1925 by Yoichi Ueno.
In 1942 Yoichi Ueno founded SANNO UNIVERSITY.
- Wood, John C. and Michael C. F.W. Taylor: Critical Evaluations in Business and Management, Routledge, 2002. ISBN 978-0-415-24824-2
Chapter "On Japanese Management Philosophy: Scientific Management in Japan" - Pages 375-385
History of SANNO(External Link)
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