Activities

8月末から9月頭にかけて,石川と品川の研究室学生の中間審査が終わりました.

タイトルだけを下記に記します.


□品川(一部タイトル修正):

・発注者組織の建設部門における発注者の役割:サービス視点で見た事例分析

・多国籍企業における国際知識移転の成果と組織能力:システム開発・保守運用アウトソーシング事業における実証分析

・中規模専門商社における新規事業創造教育の提案:商社Aのアクションリサーチ

・小規模事業者の異業種連携による価値共創モデルの構築

・アフターコロナにおけるウェルビーイング志向組織デザイン

・ウェルビーイング視点でのコンビニ経営モデルの提案

・フリーランスITプロフェッショナルエンジニアの組織化の分析


□石川

・商店街活性化のためのロードマップ手法の提案:愛媛県今治市商店街でのコミュニティアクションリサーチ

・高齢慢性疾患患者の服薬行動変革支援サービスの提案:中国製とし武侯区A街社区の事例分析

・社会関係資本を活用した地域の教育力を向上させる多主体連携モデル

・The drone delivery with/after COVID-19: potentials and challenges

・女性リーダーの自己監視能力とフォロワーのリーダーシップ認知の分析


8月12日に,タイからの留学生Yuiさんの送別会をしました.Spatial chatはインターフェイスが変わって,有料になったんですね.無料版で,送別会を開きました.COVID-19で,タイに家族を残し心細かったと思いますが,少し早めに帰国できることになったので,このタイミングでタイに帰りました.まずはゆっくりと過ごしてほしいです.研究の話はそれからですね.


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We had an online farewell party for Ms. Yui from Thailand on August 12th. I guess she spent hard time during COVID-19 pandemic in Japan. She could go back to her country earlier. I want her to have a good time at home with her family.

修士課程の越智さんはサービス経営の視点で地域商店街の活性化課題に向き合っています.新しい形のアクションリサーチの実践を試行しています.

https://miton-imabari.jp/plathome-newopen/

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Master student, Ms Ochi, is doing her master research on shop street avtivation from the perspective of service management. She tries to implement a new type of action research.

https://miton-imabari.jp/plathome-newopen/ 


皆様お元気でしょうか.久しぶりの投稿で申し訳なく思っております.

私は元気にしております.有難いことにテレワークで大学業務が可能ということで,本日までに,「経営学概論」,「イノベーションマネジメント」,「知識科学概論」,共通科目と,オンライン講義をしてきました.

この間,これも有難いことに,科研費の援助も受けることが決定し,少し長期的に研究できる見込みが立ちましたので,別途ページを作って構想や状況を共有できたらとは思っています.

さて,今回の記事は情報共有に関することです.サービス学会でTSRの観点から新型コロナウィルスで起きたサービス課題等について記事を書きましたので,良かったら読んでみてください.

https://magazine.serviceology.org/2020/06/04/コロナ禍におけるサービスとウェルビーイング/

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Hello everyone, how are you? I'm sorry that I have not posted for a long time.

I'm fine. Thankfully, since it is possible to do university work by telework, I have given online lectures on "Introduction to Business Administration", "innovation management", "Introduction to Knowledge Science", etc.

In addition, I received the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Kiban B), which is expected to enable me to conduct research over a longer period of time. I would like to create a specific page to share my ideas and research progress.

By the way, I would share my essay on COVID-19 at Society for Serviceology. I wrote an article about the service problems caused by the new coronavirus from the viewpoint of TSR, so please read it if you like.

https://magazine.serviceology.org/2020/06/04/コロナ禍におけるサービスとウェルビーイング/

3月26日,石川での本年度最終の研究室ゼミを行いました.皆さんマスクをして臨んでいます.参加ができない人はTEAMSのビデオシステムを使って参加しています.

3月にはGuさんが卒業しました.彼のこれからの活躍を心から願っています.

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On March 26, the final laboratory seminar of this fiscal year was held in Ishikawa. Everyone wear a mask. Those who cannot participate in the seminar use TEAMS video system.

Mr. Gu graduated in March. I sincerely hope for his future success.


On February 14th 2020, the innovation design seminar took place at Shinagawa satellite. The seminar topic was “wellbeing marketing” that includes two directions of “wellbeing on marketing” and “marketing for wellbeing.” Two guest speakers from industry made special presentations in terms of both B2C and B2B marketing. According to feedback questionnaire, participants realized potentials on marketing transformation by focusing on wellbeing. To me, it seems to be interesting to think the question “which should we take for wellbeing marketing; data science approach or knowledge science approach?” I think the answer will be knowledge science approach!

On February 13th 2020, master final defense took place at Ishikawa main campus. Mr. Gu talked about methodology of understanding service ecosystem as his research presentation. The purpose of his study was to propose a practical methodology for understanding service ecosystems. The study includes following research questions. MRQ: what are the practices for understanding service ecosystems? SRQ1: how do practices affect stakeholder understanding? SRQ2: how do practices affect understanding of institutions? SRQ3: how does practice affect the understanding of value co-creation? Regarding research methodology, he used the field work data based on the example of the Okinawa research boot camp hosted by the Shirahada laboratory in 2019.


On February 8th 2020, master final defense took place at Shinagawa satellite campus. Ms. Toya talked about learning organization in hospital as her research presentation. Her study focuses on how hospitals can reorganize their culture to keep competitiveness against the changes of Japanese society and provide high quality of human services to make people be well-being. It seems to be difficult for Japanese hospitals to reform their organization due to Japanese healthcare system, besides medical professionals have low sense of belonging to their own hospitals. Based on the background, the study aims to investigate an organizational learning that contributes to improving the quality of human services in hospital, thereby modeling a value co-creation relationship among stakeholders in hospitality services.