Syllabus

SubjectORGANIZATIONS AND COMMUNICATION

Class Information

Department Name
POLICY MANAGEMENT / ENVIRONMENT AND INFORMATION STUDIES
Subject Sort
B6062
Title
ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMUNICATION
Field (Undergraduate)
Fundamental Subjects - Interdisciplinary Subjects
Unit
2 Unit
Year/Semester
2021 Spring
Year/Semester
2021 Spring
Day of Week・Period
Fri 2nd
Lecturer Name
Class Format
Online (Live)
Language
Japanese
Location
Other
Class Style
Lecture
GIGA Certificate
Not applied

Detail

Course Summary

The purpose of this course is to study the systems and mechanisms of organizational communication and their impact on organizational effectiveness and dynamism of interpersonal relations. This course mainly focuses on several theories in organizational psychology such as leadership, motivation, organizational development, career development, and cross-cultural management. In the first half of this course, students will learn these theories. In the latter half of this course, students will study organizational communication from a practical perspective. Organizational communication has been becoming more important, as organizational members (corporate employees) have been getting increasingly diversified. Although the teaching style of this course is lecture, students are expected to learn organizational communication deeply enough to apply it to their future career.