Department of Accounting
Dr. Takeda has lived and worked in the United States, South America, Europe and Asia and has over 25 years of experience teaching, consulting, training, researching, and serving the international business community. As a business professor she has designed International Business, Strategy, and HRM related curricula and taught in MBA and EMBA programs in the US, Asia, South America, and Australia. She is a one a few certified Global Mindset Institute instructors (Thunderbird) in the world. She is also a Disaster Management specialist, with 20 years of research and publishing. She has consulted with globalizing firms, designed and conducted training programs, and coached global executives relying on her expertise in global management, strategy, leadership development and disaster response
Takeda, M., Helms, M.M., Romanova, N. (2012). Valuing Internet Companies: A More Accurate, Comprehensive Model, Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, Arden, NC, Volume 18, No. 1.
Takeda, M., Helms, M., and Jones, R. (2016) “Bureaucracy, Meet Catastrophe: Global Innovations in Disaster Research”, Japan Studies Review, accepted Spring 2016.
Takeda, M., Helms, M., and Jones, R. (2017) “Promoting Sense-making In Volatile Environments: Developing Resilience In Disaster Management”, Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Taylor and Francis, Summer 2017.