Global Project Management By Hougi Hideo

開講年度 2009年度
科目名 グローバル・プロジェクト・マネジメント
学期曜日時限 秋期 01:木3時限
担当教員 法木 秀雄
開講箇所 大学院商学研究科 配当年次 1年以上
科目区分 単位数 2
使用教室 01:11-904(指導室) キャンパス 早稲田
科目キー 3500022703 科目クラスコード 02
最終更新日時:2009/04/13 09:27
講義概要  Regardless of the size of the company, seizing global business opportunities has become a common corporate interest. The increase in the number of countries participating WTO and the expansion of FTAs or Free Trade Agreements have accelerated global business activities, especially in the manufacturing area. Recently, corporate financial performance has been considerably influenced by how well overseas businesses have been managed.
  This course is intended to provide students planning to become involved in global business development and operation as a responsible manager with practical managerial and judgment skills focusing on KFS (Key Factors for Success) rather than the detailed established project management formula as exemplified by PMP or P2M. Accordingly, this course is closer to 'International Business Management '.
 Focus is placed on two important stages, namely (1) the early stage including planning and feasibility studies and (2) the operational stage including project performance evaluation and remedial actions..
 I intend to share the strategic lessons of my deep professional experience with the class, obtained through all facets of global project development and implementation at multinational automotive companies headquartered in Japan, the United States and Germany.
  Certainly, I will be touching on the theoretical aspects at the same time. The course makes frequent use of case studies involving automotive manufacturers to enhance the students' understanding. The reason for using automotive manufacturers is partly because it is my strong area, but mainly because it is very comprehensive, very conspicuous, easy to understand through easy access to various information, and highly relevant to other industries. This industry has more information that is publicly available than any other in relation to the companies' global operations both in terms of breadth and depth.
  Active discussions among the participants are encouraged. Small group workshops will be used to study actual corporate global operations. Presentations by guest speaker on contemporary issues will be arranged according to need and availability.
(授業計画) 1-3:Course Introduction, the Importance of the Global Project Management
    ・ Understanding the essential aspects of the automotive industry, especially Japanese automotive manufacturers.
    ・ Global business strategy and the type of business mode to enter foreign markets as joint venture, wholly owned subsidiaries and M & A will be focused.
    ・ Case Study:to be introduced later
4-6:Decision Making in Early Stages
    ・ Decision making under uncertainties
    ・ KFS in each corporate venture case
    ・ Project feasibility study and planning
    ・ Exercise: Development and utilization of 'Decision Tree'
7-9:Japanese Style Management in Manufacturing and Its Manufacturing Technology and Skills Transfer
    ・ Transfer of technology (R & D and manufacturing)
    ・ Demonstration of the most advanced IT application for product design and assembly of products
    ・ Case Study: Transfer of Japanese way of production and knowledge
10-12:Management in Operational Stages
    ・ Performance evaluation of global projects
    ・ Remedial actions to poorly performing projects
    ・ Case Exercise
13-15:Management Structure
    ・ Organization and senior management
    ・ Case: Renault's venture with Nissan
    ・ Examination
教科書 Specific textbook will not be used. Reference materials will be provided during the course.
参考文献 Charles W.L. Hill. International Business-competing in the Global Marketplace, NY. McGraw-Hill Urwin, 2002
James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones, Daniel Roos. The Story of Lean Production. Harpercollins, 1991
Philip Kotler. Marketing Management 12th Edition, NJ. Prentice Hall, 2006
Harvard Business Review on Strategic Alliances, Harvard Business School Press, 2002
Terry L. Besser TEAM TOYOTA, State University of New York Press, 1996
Harvard Business Review on Managing Projects, HBS Press, 2005
成績評価方法 Class and activity participation 20%
The final test on the last day of the course 50%
The short reports on the topics shown during the course 30%

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