TIME IS MONEY: JAPANESE TECHNIQUES OF SELF-ORGANIZATION
Lecture done by Dr. Shinji Naruo
Dr. Shinji Naruo is Business and Management Expert, International Advisor at Overseas Vocational Training Association,and Visiting Professor at Bucharest University. He is member of the International Low Institute Japan, member of Environmental Law and Policy Institute Japan, Member of Japan Macro-engineering Society. Dr. Shinji Naruo has received his doctoral degree in International relation, from the University of Kyoto in Japan. Between his fields of expertise are Transportation economy (Industry analysis and business model design) and Corporate management (Finance, Business model and strategy). He has given over the years numerous lectures as guest speaker on “Management responsibility for the corporate productivity" (International conference held by ministry of economics and commerce, "Productivity and Competitivity”), “Taiwan business environment” (Overseas Vocational training Association), “Challenge for the market economy in Eastern Europe-Romania” (Research report at Overseas Vocational training Association).
The lecture will present key features of individual management and change based on Japanese principles (KAIZEN). Also will provide simple yet very efficient tools and methods which can be applied in improving one’s own life and activity as well as others, by adding more value and control towards a more organized life. Japanese techniques will be presented for self-organization in terms of managing tasks, time, information, and money (KAKEIBO). The topics are of interest for anyone committed towards improving their self-organization and effectiveness at work, and especially useful for managers, human resources specialists, psychology professionals (clinical psychologists, industrial/organizational psychologists, counseling psychologists, and psychotherapists) who can use the provided tools and methods in their practice.
Course schedule: 9-13
Place: Amf. Zorgo, Sindicatelor 7, Cluj-Napoca
The lecture is free for the students of the Master programs of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at Babes-Bolyai University (http://www.clinicalpsychology.ro/didactic/nivel-master/). Students will send only the registration form in order to participate.
Data: 17 Mai 2013