Yoshihiro Takemoto, Professor, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Tetsuyuki Kobayashi, Professor, Ochanomizu University
Course Purpose and Outline
Acquiring fundamental management skills. Studying management and communication theory will enable students to facilitate research & development and organization.
Management skills are necessary in research & development, and organization. This course outlines the basic skills students will need to acquire in order to play an active role as future leaders.
This course will equip students with the basics of practical management skills covering such areas as marketing, human resource management, leadership, project management, innovation management, etc.
|1||Fri., 2 Oct||Management: History and concepts||Yahachiro Miyata|
|2||Fri., 9 Oct||Management and executive coaching||Michiko Aoki|
|3||Fri., 16 Oct||Entrepreneurship and management||Hiroshi Baba
|4||Fri., 23 Oct||Venture capital and finance||Yoshihiro Ohtaki|
|５||Fri., 30 Oct||Medical devices: Marketing and selling||Kenji Takahashi|
|６||Fri., 6 Nov||Project management||Keiko Sakagami|
|７||Fri., 13 Nov||Sensing science management||TBD|
|８||Fri., 20 Nov||Innovation management||Miyoko Watanabe|
Note(s) to students
Due to the style of this course, enrollment will be limited, with priority given to Disease Prevention Science Course (DPSC) students.