This class's main topic is designing cooperation, which appears from global societies to local societies.
Students should make ideas about designing cooperation, considering cooperation in our real world.
By doing exercises and group works in the class, students consider what factors make people achieve "cooperation" which will enable them to create a new social value.
Students can understand what our society is, from global societies to local ones, from the viewpoint of cooperation.
Students can make ideas of "designing cooperation" and practice their ideas.
cooperation; design; group work
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Give a lecture in each class. In some classes, students works together, following the instruction from the professor.
Exercises are assigned to students.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction (Inaba) Management of cooperation and collaboration part 1: team-based activity (Sengoku)||Learn how to manage cooperation and collaboration by team activities|
|Class 2||Management of cooperation and collaboration part 2: logical communication and presentation (Sengoku)||Learn how to manage cooperation and collaboration by logical communication|
|Class 3||Analysis and Design of ecosystem in business context 1 (Tsujimoto)||Learn the analysis and design of ecosystem in business context|
|Class 4||Analysis and Design of ecosystem in business context 2：Exercise (Tsujimoto)||Learn and Exercise the analysis and design of ecosystem in business context|
|Class 5||Investigating society from the viewpoint of cooperation (Nakamaru)||Understand "cooperation" appears everywhere in our society|
|Class 6||Studying cooperation by means of mathematical models and simulations (Nakamaru)||Understand how to analyze cooperation by means of simulations and differential equations.|
|Class 7||Assessment of corporate management and cooperation factor I (Goto)||Learn the assessment of corporate management and cooperation factor|
|Class 8||Cooperation in the context of corporate management: Construction Assessment of corporate management and cooperation factor II (Goto)||Learn the assessment of corporate management and cooperation factor|
|Class 9||Team building and visualizing ideas: GW (Saito)||Do team building and visualize their ideas|
|Class 10||How to apply the team's idea to real society: GW (Saito)||Do team building and visualize their ideas|
|Class 11||How does the team turn the ideas into reality? : GW (Inaba)||Do group work about how the team turns the ideas into reality|
|Class 12||Reflecting the design work : GW (Saijo)||Reflect the design work|
|Class 13||Preparation for group presentation (Taoka, Ohashi)||Prepare for group presentation|
|Class 14||Group presentation(all professors)||presenting the group work|
To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes preparing for class and another 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.
Materials are distributed in the class.
Exercises in each class
Discussion in each class
The group presentation in the last class
Please contact Prof Mayuko Nakamaru; nakamaru.m.aa[at]m.titech.ac.jp