Ken Ogata

School of Administrative Studies

Assistant Professor

Office: 203 Atkinson College
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 22864
Emailogata@yorku.ca


Area of Specialization

Management

Degrees

PhD in Business, University of Alberta
Masters in Business Administration, University of Alberta
Honours B.Comm., University of Windsor

Professional Leadership

Academy of Management – OMT, ODC and PNP divisions
Institute of Public Administration of Canada

Community Contributions

Internal: Faculty Level Committees

York University:
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Teaching and Learning Committee (2010-11, 2011-12)
Atkinson Committee on Examinations and Academic Standards – Member (2008-09)
Atkinson Curriculum Committee - Member (2006-07, 2007-08)

University of Alberta:
Faculty of Business, Business Council – PhD Student Representative (2003-04 and 2004-05).

Internal: School/Department level

York University:
School of Administrative Studies C&C Committee – Member-at-large (2009-10, 2010-11).
School of Administrative Studies strategy Committee – (2011-12).

External/community service

Edmonton Fringe Festival, Volunteer Centre/Information Team Leader, 10 years.

Research Interests

Management , Public Administration , Organizational change, Institutional theory, government fiscal policy

Selected Publications

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from changes to management accounting at the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670-2005.” Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change. 9 (3), 280 – 303.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “A Balanced Scorecard for Maple Leaf Consulting.” Accounting Perspectives. 12 (4), 321 – 335.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2014. “Building Community at Terra Nova Consulting.” Case Research Journal. 34 (1). Forthcoming.

Ogata, K. 2014. “Predicting stakeholder responses to government austerity”. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference – Huntsville, ON, May 9-13, 2014. (Winner Honourable Mention Award for Organizational Theory Division)

Ogata, K. and S. Scott. “Where did it all go wrong?: Predicting the decline of Nortel Networks.” Academy of Management conference – Organization Development and Change division, August 1-5, 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Ogata, K., N. Couto and I. Greene “Rob Ford and the end of honour.” CAPPA Conference in Public Management, May 21-22, 2014, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

Selected Publications

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from changes to management accounting at the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670-2005.” Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change. 9 (3), 280 – 303.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “A Balanced Scorecard for Maple Leaf Consulting.” Accounting Perspectives. 12 (4), 321 – 335.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2014. “Building Community at Terra Nova Consulting.” Case Research Journal. 34 (1). Forthcoming.

Ogata, K. 2014. “Predicting stakeholder responses to government austerity”. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference – Huntsville, ON, May 9-13, 2014. (Winner Honourable Mention Award for Organizational Theory Division)

Ogata, K. and S. Scott. “Where did it all go wrong?: Predicting the decline of Nortel Networks.” Academy of Management conference – Organization Development and Change division, August 1-5, 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Ogata, K., N. Couto and I. Greene “Rob Ford and the end of honour.” CAPPA Conference in Public Management, May 21-22, 2014, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

All Publications

Book Chapters

Ogata, K. and Spraakman, G. 2011. “Budget-making in the Ontario Ministry of Finance: 1985-2000.” In Dutil, P. (ed) . The Guardian: Perspectives on the Ontario Department of Finance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Cooper, D.J. and Ogata, K. (2005) “Financial management change in Canada.” In C. Humphrey, J. Guthrie, O. Olson and L. Jones (eds.), Debating Public Sector Financial Management Reforms: An International Study, p. 55 - 86. Information Age Press.

Ogata, K. and Goodkey, R. (2002) “Redefining government performance.” In A. Neely (ed.), Business Performance Measurement: Theory and Practice, p. 259 – 276. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Journal Articles

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2014. “Building Community at Terra Nova Consulting.” Case Research Journal. 34 (1). Forthcoming.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from changes to management accounting at the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670-2005.” Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change. 9 (3), 280 – 303.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “A Balanced Scorecard for Maple Leaf Consulting.” Accounting Perspectives. 12 (4), 321 – 335.

Conference Proceedings

Ogata, K. 2014. “Predicting stakeholder responses to government austerity”. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference – Huntsville, ON, May 9-13, 2014. (Winner Honourable Mention Award for Organizational Theory Division)

Ogata, K. 2004. “Making sense of radical organizational change.” In K.M. Weaver (ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-third Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD). (Best papers only included in proceedings)

Ogata, K. and Goodkey, R. “Reinventing government performance.” Presented at Performance Measurement – Theory and Practice conference. University of Cambridge, UK, July 16, 1988.

Conference Papers

Ogata, K. and S. Scott. “Where did it all go wrong?: Predicting the decline of Nortel Networks.” Academy of Management conference – Organization Development and Change division, August 1-5, 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. “Beyond control: Using the Balanced Scorecard to change culture and implement strategy.” American Accounting Association Conference – Management Accounting Section, August 2-6, 2014, Atlanta, GA.

Ogata, K., N. Couto and I. Greene “Rob Ford and the end of honour.” CAPPA Conference in Public Management, May 21-22, 2014, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

Ogata, K. “The mouse that roared: Exploring the limits of professional institutional power.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, TX, August 12-16, 2011 (Organization and Management Theory Division).

Ogata, K. “The Emperor is dead! Long live the Emperor! A study of institutional persistence.” Accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management 2010 Conference, Montreal, Canada (August 6-10, 2010). Organization and Management Theory Division.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from changes to management accounting at the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670-2005." Presented at the American Accounting Association Conference. Chicago, IL, August 2007.

Ogata, K. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from the Meiji restoration and the last samurai.” Presented at the European Group for Organization Studies conference, Bergen, Norway, July 8, 2006.

Ogata, K. “Making sense of radical organizational change.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference. New Orleans, LA, August 9, 2004. (Winner of ODC Division Best Doctoral Student Paper)

Ogata, K. “Herding cats: The management and control of knowledge workers.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference - OMT Dissertation Workshop. Seattle, WA, August 3, 2003.

Ogata, K. “Management fad or useful tool: Adoption of the Balanced Scorecard by a professional service firm.” Presented at the European Group for Organization Studies conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 4, 2003.

Ogata, K. “A framework for valuing intellectual capital using Bourdieu’s forms of capital.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference (BPS division paper session). Denver, CO, August 14, 2002.

Ogata, K., Anielski, M. and Braeuer, G. “Managed results? The influence of public ratings upon Alberta universities.” Paper accepted for presentation at Performance measurement - Past, present and future conference. University of Cambridge, UK, July 19- 21, 2000.

Ogata, K. and Goodkey, R. “Reinventing government performance.” Presented at Performance Measurement – Theory and Practice conference. University of Cambridge, UK, July 16, 1988.

Area of Specialization

Management

Degrees

PhD in Business, University of Alberta
Masters in Business Administration, University of Alberta
Honours B.Comm., University of Windsor

Professional Leadership

Academy of Management – OMT, ODC and PNP divisions
Institute of Public Administration of Canada

Community Contributions

Internal: Faculty Level Committees

York University:
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Teaching and Learning Committee (2010-11, 2011-12)
Atkinson Committee on Examinations and Academic Standards – Member (2008-09)
Atkinson Curriculum Committee - Member (2006-07, 2007-08)

University of Alberta:
Faculty of Business, Business Council – PhD Student Representative (2003-04 and 2004-05).

Internal: School/Department level

York University:
School of Administrative Studies C&C Committee – Member-at-large (2009-10, 2010-11).
School of Administrative Studies strategy Committee – (2011-12).

External/community service

Edmonton Fringe Festival, Volunteer Centre/Information Team Leader, 10 years.

Research Interests:

Management , Public Administration , Organizational change, Institutional theory, government fiscal policy

All Publications

Book Chapters

Ogata, K. and Spraakman, G. 2011. “Budget-making in the Ontario Ministry of Finance: 1985-2000.” In Dutil, P. (ed) . The Guardian: Perspectives on the Ontario Department of Finance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Cooper, D.J. and Ogata, K. (2005) “Financial management change in Canada.” In C. Humphrey, J. Guthrie, O. Olson and L. Jones (eds.), Debating Public Sector Financial Management Reforms: An International Study, p. 55 - 86. Information Age Press.

Ogata, K. and Goodkey, R. (2002) “Redefining government performance.” In A. Neely (ed.), Business Performance Measurement: Theory and Practice, p. 259 – 276. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Journal Articles

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2014. “Building Community at Terra Nova Consulting.” Case Research Journal. 34 (1). Forthcoming.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from changes to management accounting at the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670-2005.” Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change. 9 (3), 280 – 303.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. 2013. “A Balanced Scorecard for Maple Leaf Consulting.” Accounting Perspectives. 12 (4), 321 – 335.

Conference Proceedings

Ogata, K. 2014. “Predicting stakeholder responses to government austerity”. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference – Huntsville, ON, May 9-13, 2014. (Winner Honourable Mention Award for Organizational Theory Division)

Ogata, K. 2004. “Making sense of radical organizational change.” In K.M. Weaver (ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-third Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD). (Best papers only included in proceedings)

Ogata, K. and Goodkey, R. “Reinventing government performance.” Presented at Performance Measurement – Theory and Practice conference. University of Cambridge, UK, July 16, 1988.

Conference Papers

Ogata, K. and S. Scott. “Where did it all go wrong?: Predicting the decline of Nortel Networks.” Academy of Management conference – Organization Development and Change division, August 1-5, 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. “Beyond control: Using the Balanced Scorecard to change culture and implement strategy.” American Accounting Association Conference – Management Accounting Section, August 2-6, 2014, Atlanta, GA.

Ogata, K., N. Couto and I. Greene “Rob Ford and the end of honour.” CAPPA Conference in Public Management, May 21-22, 2014, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

Ogata, K. “The mouse that roared: Exploring the limits of professional institutional power.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, TX, August 12-16, 2011 (Organization and Management Theory Division).

Ogata, K. “The Emperor is dead! Long live the Emperor! A study of institutional persistence.” Accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management 2010 Conference, Montreal, Canada (August 6-10, 2010). Organization and Management Theory Division.

Ogata, K. and G. Spraakman. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from changes to management accounting at the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670-2005." Presented at the American Accounting Association Conference. Chicago, IL, August 2007.

Ogata, K. “The persistence of delegitimated structures: Insights from the Meiji restoration and the last samurai.” Presented at the European Group for Organization Studies conference, Bergen, Norway, July 8, 2006.

Ogata, K. “Making sense of radical organizational change.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference. New Orleans, LA, August 9, 2004. (Winner of ODC Division Best Doctoral Student Paper)

Ogata, K. “Herding cats: The management and control of knowledge workers.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference - OMT Dissertation Workshop. Seattle, WA, August 3, 2003.

Ogata, K. “Management fad or useful tool: Adoption of the Balanced Scorecard by a professional service firm.” Presented at the European Group for Organization Studies conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 4, 2003.

Ogata, K. “A framework for valuing intellectual capital using Bourdieu’s forms of capital.” Presented at the Academy of Management Conference (BPS division paper session). Denver, CO, August 14, 2002.

Ogata, K., Anielski, M. and Braeuer, G. “Managed results? The influence of public ratings upon Alberta universities.” Paper accepted for presentation at Performance measurement - Past, present and future conference. University of Cambridge, UK, July 19- 21, 2000.

Ogata, K. and Goodkey, R. “Reinventing government performance.” Presented at Performance Measurement – Theory and Practice conference. University of Cambridge, UK, July 16, 1988.