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Pages: 5153-5159
Publication year: 2013
ISBN: 978-84-616-3847-5
ISSN: 2340-1095

Conference name: 6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 18-20 November, 2013
Location: Seville, Spain

TOWARD BUILDING MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY OF JOB SHADOWING FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

K. Sakoda1, T. Nomakuchi2, M. Takahashi3

1The International University of Kagoshima (JAPAN)
2Faculty of Economics, Wakayama University (JAPAN)
3Yamaguchi University (JAPAN)
This paper describes the heuristic knowledge through the job-shadowing project at the International University of Kagoshima.
Job shadowing is one of the conventional in-house trainings given to the executive trainee cadets in North America and proved the effect of training in Leonard’s paper for the conventional target such as the executive candidates. However, this project was introduced as a national policy in order to improve the employment rate of university students in Japan. This is because the decline of the employment rate of university graduates since the Lehman Shock became a social problem.
The students are provided with employment experience that accompany with the business owners’ private secretary all day. From this experience, they are providing the daily business scene of decision-making and learn the business components of induction study through this project. They also gain customs to think issues in a PDCA cycle through this project. The job-shadowing project was started in 2010. The questionnaire was taken to the students and the company since the project initiation. Each merit and effect were measured. Moreover, students’ evaluation was interviewed with the company. The gap of the evaluation measurement about the purpose and effect at the time of project initiation was found. The effect that could not be predicted in the design phase of the project was reported. Moreover, side effects of the project were found through the research. In this paper, we provide the results of the research, the effect to local community and future assignment as our concluding remarks.
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author = {Sakoda, K. and Nomakuchi, T. and Takahashi, M.},
title = {TOWARD BUILDING MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY OF JOB SHADOWING FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS},
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booktitle = {ICERI2013 Proceedings},
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K. Sakoda, T. Nomakuchi, M. Takahashi (2013) TOWARD BUILDING MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY OF JOB SHADOWING FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS, ICERI2013 Proceedings, pp. 5153-5159.
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