Management and Organization University of Tsukuba
n overview of the theory and practice of international development and peace through sport (IDS) studies, gaining an international, social and cultural perspective, and learning about the management of organizations that contribute internationally through sports to solve social issues. The course focuses on the management and operation of IDS organizations, and discuss the role and structure of organizations which is developing projects toward the realization of a sustainable and peaceful society.
Students will acquire a global perspective, and practically learn the essence of organizational management of the IDS that is operated to overcome development issues, and understand a management theory and practice for suitable organization.
1. General Compitence : Knowledge application, Management 2. Degree program competence: Knowledge, analytical skills, and a sense of mission regarding international affairs and policies and global-scale issues, Global perspective and leadership that can be demonstrated in practice, Basic knowledge and practical skills in sports, physical education, and health, Communication and management skills for international contribution
Persons who contact the instructor in advance and aim to study and practice IDS.
Discussion 40%, Final report/Presentation 60%
Introduction to Management and OrganizationVision, Mission, Goals and ObjectivesPorter’s Five Forces and Resource-Based ViewSWOT and PEST AnalysisTheories of Strategy and Application of Industry AnalysisFinancial Ratio AnalysisPersonnel Needs and Organizational ChartRecruitment and SelectionTraining and DevelopmentOrganizational Culture and Diversity ManagementMotivation and Rewards ManagementKeys to Developing a Sustainable Organization Students’ Presentations
Online Course Requirement
Yamaguchi Taku,Yazawa Daigo
Expect to require "the careful preparations" and "active participation in discussion"
Site for Inquiry
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