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MAN300FB(経営学 / Management 300)
Business Organization II


Class code etc
Faculty/Graduate school Faculty of Business Administration
Attached documents
Year 2023
Class code A4364
Previous Class code
Previous Class title
Term 秋学期授業/Fall
Day/Period 火2/Tue.2
Class Type
Campus 市ヶ谷
Classroom name 市Y‐Y505
Grade 3~4
Credit(s) 2
Open Program
Open Program (Notes)
Global Open Program
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers (Notes)
Class taught by instructors with practical experience
Urban Design CP
Diversity CP
Learning for the Future CP
Carbon Neutral CP
Chiyoda Campus Consortium
Admission year
Category (2019~) 経営学科専門科目300番台
Category (~2018) 経営学科専門科目

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Outline (in English)

[Course Outline]
In our everyday life, we have consciously or unconsciously many contact points with “organisations” in various ways. However, the casual and frequent contact would sometimes lead us to getting indifferent to “organisations”, and possibly prevent our deep understanding of the nature of “organisations”.
In this course, by using the conceptual tools of Management Organisation Theory, we carry out both theoretical and practical analyses into the three facets of business organisations; (1) individual behaviours, focusing on learning, motivation, leadership, and so on; (2) functions of small groups, focusing on communications, creative collaborations, and so on; (3) structures and cultures of whole organizations, focusing on organisational change, innovation, diversity management, and so on.
[Learning Objectives]
The objectives of this course are :
(1) to deepen the understanding of various aspects of business organisations in the context of the modern society in Japan, and
(2) to sharpen the insight into both individual and group behaviours in Japanese business organisations, and the contexts in which the organisational behaviours are situated.
[Learning Activities outside of Classroom]
The learners in this course are expected to to have read the relevant chapters from the texts, as well as to complete the required assignments, which are the term-end academic essay, 4 short reports about guest lectures, and 4 reflection papers about the lectures.
[Grading Criteria/Policies]
Grading will be decided based on the term-end academic essay (40%), 4 short reports about guest lectures (20%), and 4 reflection papers about the lectures (40%).

Default language used in class

日本語 / Japanese