Global Leadership Practice [Course for GSEC-Advanced]
April 03, 2019
“Global Leadership Practice” will be offered in June as one course category of “Leadership training and International Liberal Arts”, Global Scientists and Engineers Course－Advanced.
<ul>Advanced course students must attain 1 credit from this category</ul> in order to complete course requirements.
Global Leadership Practice
Global Leadership Practice
（Course number： LAW.X425）
This course is organized in partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology. Students will actively participate in experiential learning activities related to self-evaluation, case studies, organization observation and analysis, site and innovation visits, and a final team project.
6/4 (Tue) 10:45-12:15 + 13:20-14:50 ＠ S409
6/7 (Fri) 10:45-12:15 + 13:20-14:50 ＠ S409
6/11 (Tue) 10:45-12:15 + 13:20-14:50 ＠ S409
6/14 (Fri) 10:45-12:15 + 13:20-14:50 ＠ S409
TOKYO TECH OCW (Open Course Ware)
Please obtain following textbook prior to the course by yourself.
“The Student Leadership Challenge: Five Practices for Becoming an Exemplary Leader 3rd Edition”, James Kouzes and Barry Posner
Please make “Course Regstration” through Web-System for Students and Faculty from Thursday, 4th April to Friday, 19th April. After 19th April, please make “Course Addition.
Introduction of instructors
– Instructor –
(Georgia Institute of Technology, the Assistant Director for Leadership Education and Development Programs (LEAD) and Systems)
Stacey Doremus is the Assistant Director for Leadership Education and Development Programs (LEAD) and Systems at Georgia Institute of Technology. She works collaboratively with students, faculty and staff, as well as other universities to support the development and enrichment of student leadership skills through LEAD’s program initiatives. She also assists with organizing the workshop for Tokyo Tech’s Global Leadership Training Program at Georgia Tech. Prior to pursuing her passion for encouraging student leadership growth and development, Stacey held a variety of positions within the corporate world focusing on marketing and innovative product design and development. She currently has a professional affiliation with the International Leadership Association.
– Teaching Assistant –
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 5th year PhD Student in Materials Science Engineering)
Adrienne Muth is 5th year PhD Student in Materials Science Engineering. “Being creative makes you a little weird because everything seems so interesting for some strange reason.” – Mark Andrew Webber
After graduating with a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Virginia, Adrienne worked in fashion, architecture, food service, and metal fabrication. She has collaborated on projects for Diane von Furstenberg,
Studio Libeskind, GoogleEarth, NASA, Conan O’Brien, and once even served gelato to Michelle Obama! Returning to school at Georgia Tech, she is a 5th year PhD student in Materials Science Engineering, earned her MS in
Mechanical Engineering Fall 2016, and is a GT Presidential Fellowship recipient.
– Guest Speaker –
(Google Japan, Marketing Research Manager/ TokyoTech Alumni)
Minh Nguyen received his Bachelor of Engineering from National Defense Academy, Japan, with Undergraduate Student Honor Award, Honor Foreign Student Honor Award.
He completed his Ph.D. of Computer Science, Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology and received 100% scholarship from Japanese Government.
After graduation, he joined Dentsu Inc. Tokyo, Integrated Data Strategy Center. He served many national clients on ads effectiveness research, mix marketing modelling, digital strategy consulting.
Previously, he worked for Facebook and helped client’s business grow by transforming marketing practices, grounded in data and science.
He has currently joined Google Japan as a Marketing Research Manager, and is developing a solution for advertising effectiveness measurement in the marketing spectrum.