経営学部 / 経営学科

Global Innovation Management

年度・学期コマ教室
2020 / 春水・3
5323
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  • 科目コード/科目名

    BT162/Global Innovation Management

  • テーマ/サブタイトル等

  • 担当者

    フォウラー,R(FOWLER RANDY)

  • 備考

  • 学期

    春学期 (Spring Semester) 水曜日(Wed) 3時限(Period 3) 5323(Room)

  • 単位

    2単位(2 Credits)

  • 科目ナンバリング

    GBU2201

  • 使用言語

    英語(English)

  • テキスト用コード

    BT162

  • 成績評価方法・基準

    種類割合内容
    平常点(In-class Points)100%Final Test(40%) 、Group Presentation(35%) 、Class Participation(25%)
  • 授業の目標

    Innovation is a crucial ingredient both for the success of organizations and for the prosperity of national economies. This course exposes students to the latest research on this subject, covering the creation of innovation, managing innovation, and disbursing it across subsidiaries and national boundaries (knowledge transfer). Students will be well-equipped with the latest findings to assist them in their international business careers, where global innovation is often a crucial component of organizational success.

  • 授業の内容

    Lectures will provide students with the latest research on innovation management and give them tools for facilitating and managing innovation across national boundaries. Students will be encouraged to generate ideas of their own and roleplay the management of these ideas in the international marketplace. Please note that because students will be working in teams during class on an innovation project, attendance is mandatory to ensure all team members contribute.

  • 授業計画

    1.  Introduction
    2.  Creating Innovation
    3.  Creating Innovation (II)
    4.  Creating Innovation (III)
    5.  Managing Innovation
    6.  Managing Innovation (II)
    7.  Managing Innovation (III)
    8.  Disbursing Innovation
    9.  Disbursing Innovation (II)
    10.  Global Collaboration
    11.  Presentation Preparation
    12.  Group Presentations
    13.  Group Presentations (II)
    14.  Final Test
  • テキスト

    None

  • 参考文献

  • 授業時間外(予習・復習等)の学習

    Students must read any assigned cases and articles before class, and be prepared to discuss them.

  • その他(HP等)

  • 注意事項

    Sheltered Course(Min.TOEIC:730)

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