Department of Management, Society and Communication

External Lecturer

Presentation and academic fields

I am an organization and communication scholar. My research area includes aesthetic/digital communication, advertisements, entrepreneurship, marketing/brand studies, and ethics/social responsibility. I received my bachelor’s degree (double major in History and History of culture) from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Master’s degree (European Society, Science and Technology Studies) from Roskilde University, and Ph.D. (Organization and management studies) from Copenhagen Business School.

The 2010 Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award: Management History Division at Academy of Management Annual Meeting - Montreal.
The 2020 Fetzer Scholar Award: Management, Spirituality, and Religion Interest Group at Academy of Management.

Professional and/or academic experience

Sato, T. (2021/2022). Technological Frame and Best Praxis in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. In Management Education and Automation. Routledge. 45 - 61.

Tackney, C., Chappell, S., & Sato, T. (2017). MSR founders narrative and content analysis of scholarly papers: 2000–2015. Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, 14(2), 135-159.

Sato, T. (2014). Creative destruction and music streaming in the age of diversity. In Strategic approaches to human resources management practice. ToKnow Press. 51-67.

Sato, T. (2013). Ethics and social responsibility in international business. In The Routledge Companion to International Management Education. Routledge. 112-129.

Sato, T. (2011). Leadership as a Reflexive Co-determinative Process: Steve Jobs and His 1985 Departure as Discourse. Human Resource Management, 137-147.

Sato, T. (2010). Organizational identity and symbioticity: Parco as an urban medium. Journal of Management History, 16 (1), 44 – 58.

Tackney, C., Sato, T., & Stromgren, O. (2010). Benchmarks in tacit knowledge skills instruction: The European Union-research oriented participatory education (EU-ROPE) model of Copenhagen business school. International Journal of Management in Education, 4(4), 463-485.

Toyoko, Sato. (2010). Performativity and discourse: Japanese advertisements on the aesthetic education of desire. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School PhD Series no. 24.

Pedagogical experience/method skills/supervision

I supervise undergraduate and Master's thesis students in the fields of organizational communication & strategic management, digital & aesthetic marketing, gender & diversity, and Society, Science & Technology studies.

I have taught classes at the undergraduate level in cultural analysis and enacting successful projects. At the graduate level I have taught sessions in research methods, specifically discourse analysis strategies.

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