2021 Professionals and Value Creation C

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Academic unit or major
Tokyo Tech Academy for Leadership
Instructor(s)
Yamada Keisuke 
Course component(s)
Exercise    (対面)
Day/Period(Room No.)
Intensive ()  
Group
-
Course number
TAL.S507
Credits
1
Academic year
2021
Offered quarter
2Q
Syllabus updated
2021/3/19
Lecture notes updated
-
Language used
Japanese
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Course description and aims

Further to the presentation to be made by the professionals who are creating leading edge of values (innovations) in various fields including enterprises, start ups, NPO/NGO, journalism, government and academic, students are going to be encouraged to derive their necessary information and/or answers from the professionals. Students are being expected to find (1) multidimensional perspective and (2) excitement for creating value to the society from the communication with such professionals. Basically, Guest Speakers are being changed in every term.

Student learning outcomes

Students are being expected to understand core and background of the social issues, solutions, ideas, suggestions and activities made by the guest speaker (or his/her belonging organization), and to think your opinions and possible actions to be taken as if the students are in the same situation with the guest speaker. Students are also being expected to understand the information concerning about the topic the guest speaker is presenting in advance, to set problems and issues and think their possible solutions in advance(as hypothesis) , and test if such possible solutions should be appropriate through communication with the guest speaker.

Keywords

diversity, networking, value creation, hypothesis verification

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

Professionals are presenting the leading edge of information about their business, development, vision of their activities, and problems to be overcome to the students and the students, then try to drive answers/necessary information from the guest speakers. Students are being requested to engage in preparation work; to research outline of the organization the professionals are belonging and to clarify aims for having communication with them, in advance.
In the meantime, person-in-charge(PIC) of each class will be decided in the orientation. Each class will take 1.5-2 hours. Students are also being requested to submit a report about each class to which the guest speaker attend.
Note 1: Actual schedule and guest speakers( and theme) will be presented by the end of Mar/2021 via web site of Tokyo Tech Academy for Leadership(ToTAL)/Open Programs.
Note 2: “Persons-in-charge” for each Advanced Information Sharing class will be decided in the orientation.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Course schedule/Required learning #1: Orientation #2: Advanced Information Sharing among students (for the guest speaker A) #3: Presentation by the guest speaker A and discussion #4: Advanced Information Sharing among students (for the guest speaker B) #5: Presentation by the guest speaker B and discussion #6: Advanced Information Sharing among students (for the guest speaker C) #7: Presentation by the guest speaker C and discussion Note 1: Actual schedule and guest speakers (and theme) will be presented by the end of Mar/2021 via web site of Tokyo Tech Academy for Leadership (ToTAL)/Open Programs. Note 2: “Persons-in-charge” for each Advanced Information Sharing will be decided in the orientation. Presented on site

Textbook(s)

None

Reference books, course materials, etc.

None

Assessment criteria and methods

1. 30%; Attendance
2. 20%; contribution to Advanced Information Sharing
3. 20%; asking questions and presenting opinions proactively to the guest speaker(s)
4. 20%; efforts to try to pull-put information and/or comments, which the student want to hear, from the guest speakers
5. 10%; Reports for the classes to which the guest speakers attend.

Related courses

  • TAL.S502 : Professionals and Value Creation A

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

This course can be applied by the students who completed TAL.S502; Professionals and Value Creation A.

Other

1. Depend on the guest speakers’ convenience, the venue (either O-okayama or Suzukaked-dai) would be decided. If, however, students can access by remote system from O-okayama or Suzukake-dai.
2.Presenting your idea about Guest Speaker would be welcome.

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