Hirotaka Takeuchi (scientist)

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Hirotaka Takeuchi ( Japanese竹 内 弘 高, Takeuchi Hirotaka , born October 16, 1946 ) is a professor at Hitotsubashi University (Japanese 一 橋 大学) in Japan . Together with Ikujiro Nonaka, he is considered an important scientist in knowledge management . His most important book is "The Knowledge-Creating Company" (Japanese 「知識 創造 企業」, 1991). One of the most important models he helped to develop is the so-called knowledge spiral , also known as the SECI model, which he developed together with Ikujirō Nonaka and which contributed significantly to the development of knowledge management.


  • 1971-1976 University of California, Berkeley
  • Ph.D. Program (Business Administration) Ph.D. 1977
  • 1970–1971 University of California, Berkeley, MBA 1971
  • 1965–1969 International Christian University (Japanese 国際 基督教 大学), Tokyo , Japan

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