The Sustained Pursuit Of Business Excellence In Japan: Transferring Kaizen Knowledge in the workplace. Journal of Business Strategy, forthcoming

Finance-Oriented Directors and Firm Performance during a Crisis: A Case of `Blissful Ignorance in the Hospitality Industry? Anthony Iaquinto, Vivian Jancenele and Wayne MacPherson, forthcoming

Firm-Specific Risk, Managerial Certainty and Optimism: Protecting Value during Post Earnings Announcement Conference Calls, to be published Summer 2016: Journal of Strategy and Management, Vivien Jancenelle, Susan Storrud-Barnes, Anthony Iaquinto, and Dominic Buccieri. Forthcoming

Kaizen: a Japanese Philosophy and System for Business Excellence, Journal of Business Strategy, with Wayne G. MacPherson, James C. Lockhart and Heather Kavan, 2015, Vol. 36 Iss 5 pp. 3 ~ 9.

An Examination of Kaizen Drift in Japanese GENBA, Kindai Management Review, with Wayne G. MacPherson, James C. Lockhart and Heather Kavan, 2015, Vol. 3 pp. 63 ~ 74.

Sustainable Practices among Independent Restaurant Operators in the Japan, Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 2014, Vol.17, Issue 2, pp. 147 ~ 159.

Frame of Mind among Japanese Restaurant Entrepreneurs, International Journal of Business Strategy, Vol 14, Issue 1, 2014, pp. 17 ~ 23.

Intended Strategies and Firm Performance: The case of Japanese Manufacturers, The Journal of Social Science, Tokyo, Japan, Fall, 2011. pp. 5 ~ 22.

Competitive Churning: Still a Viable Strategy? The Journal of Social Science, Tokyo, Japan, March 2010, pp 133~144.

When No Clear Line Exists: Entrepreneurs, Ethics and Balanced Decision Making, Review of Business Research, October, 2007, pp. 173~183.

Female managers in Japan: early indications of career progression, with Rene Duignan, Women in Management Review, 2007, Vol. 20 Iss: 3, pp.191~207.

Win a Quality Award and Lose Your Competitive Advantage, Strategic Change, Summer, 2000, 95~102.

Can Winners be loser? The case of the Deming prize for quality and performance among Large Japanese manufacturing firms, Managerial Auditing Journal, Spring, 1999, pp. 28~35.

Can Winners be Losers -- The Case of Japan's Deming Prize for Quality, Proceedings of 3rd International Conference of Total Quality Management, Hong Kong Baptist University Press, April 1998.

The Performance Implications of Asset versus Transactional Advantages of MNEs, Nanzan Management Review, Fall 1997.

Top Management Team Agreement about the Strategic Decision process: Test of some of its Determinants and Consequences, with James Fredrickson, Strategic Management Journal, Winter 1997, pp 63 ~ 75.

Modeling Business Level Strategies: An Essay, Nanzan Management Review, Summer 1995, pp. 75 ~ 82.

On the Fast Track to Organization Leadership, Nanzan Management Review, November 1994, 571 ~ 584.

The CEO alone versus the entire Top Management Team: Their Differential Impact on Organizational Change, Nanzan Management Review, February 1994, pp. 527 ~ 544.

The Determinants and Consequences of the Degree of Connectedness of a Former CEO: A Micro Perspective, Nanzan Management Review, September 1993, pp. 191~204.

Divesting a Foreign Business Unit: Two Perspectives on the Decision Process in Multinational Corporations, Nanzan Management Review, March 1993, pp 517~531.

Top Management Team Socialization and Consistency in a Firm's Strategic Decision Process,  Nanzan Management Review, June 1992, pp. 97~111.

Japanese Investment in the Border region of the U.S. and Mexico, Columbia University Center on Japanese Economy & Business Working paper series #45, 1991.

Inertia and Creeping Rationality in Strategic Decision Processes, with James W. Fredrickson, Academy of Management Journal, Sept 1989, 516 ~542.

Incremental Changes, its Correlates and the Comprehensiveness of the Strategic Decision Process, with James W. Fredrickson, Academy of Management Proceedings, August 1987.