Applied courses Electives

Title 21. Case Study (Business environment, stakeholders and issues; a learning experience in collaboration with Japanese industry)
Held by the Graduate School of : Public Policy
Number : 5140486
Instructor KAKUWA Masahiro
Schedule A1A2
/ Fri 3rd[13:00-14:45]
Language English
Credit 2
Room S.Law 204
Abstract The objectives of this course are to give course attendants hands-on experiences of studying business modus operandi of Japanese companies, and to ask the attendants to follow small scale research on particular themes on Japanese company.
This course was established in 2015 in response to the call from GraSPP international students for more to learn and be exposed to the Japanese business society. Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has also been finding ths request as fair and supports this course.
The ultimate aim of the course is to offer the attendants an opportunity to learn business culture and modus operandi of globalised, or globalising Japanese companies. Hence, the attendants are very much deserved to be critical and argumentative however; the organizer of the course would like to ask them for due respects to the companies.

The organizer of the course has spent 30 years in business both in Japan and abroad however; the attendants will not expect the organizer to do full lectures on theories and methods of business practices, which can be learned by reading books, plenty of them.

This is a very practical course, rare in the university.

The attendants will expect hard works!

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