Charles J. McMillan, Professor of Strategic Management & International Business, is the author of nine books and monographs related to international business & strategic management, including the Japanese Industrial System, published in English, Japanese, Malaysian and Russian editions, and The Strategic Challenge: From Surfdom to Surfing in the Global Village. He has written and lectured extensively on globalization, Japanese science and technology policy, and Canadian innovation, and authored more than 90 technical articles and papers in such prestigious academic journals as McGill Law Review, Academy of Management Journal, Canadian Public Policy, California Management Review, Journal of Management History, and Journal of Knowledge Management, as well as in publications such as The New York Times, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the Central Asia Post, The Globe and Mail, The National Post and The Toronto Star.
Active in Public Affairs, he has served as Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister of Canada, working on trade agreements, regional development, Pacific Rim strategies, energy policy, science and technology, and foreign investment legislation. He now consults widely to governments, multinationals, and international organizations around the world. From 1990-1995, Dr. McMillan served as a Board Member of Yamaichi (International) Canada Ltd, and advisor to Yamaichi International America in New York, and Yamaichi Securities Tokyo, and a Board Member of Boeing Canada, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, and Chairman of Canada World Youth. He is the joint author (with George Stalk of Boston Consulting Group), Seizing the Continent: Opportunities for a North American Gateway, available from the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. He was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Medal in 2013.
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleComparative Healthcare Research RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$12,500.00 Year Awarded2006 Granting AgencyAsia Pacific Foundation