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Development of Educational Program for Production Managers Based on a Symbiotic Competition with ABC-G Network
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Development of Educational Program for Production Managers Based on a Symbiotic Competition with ABC-G Network
Ishihara, Masahiko; Nakano, Makoto; Ishii, Kazuyoshi;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes a management system for the educational program of production managers on the basis of value co-creation by the learner and the instructor. The program combines an intelligent knowledge-based approach with the kaizen activity program. The program helps individuals acquire knowledge and skills to ensure the total rather than the partial optimization of processes and operations facilitating continuous improvement in the workplace. To achieve these goals, the program uses models of a learning process and a swing of enlightenment. In addition, the program is supported by a framework of academic, business people, consultants, and government officers. The program was developed using an instructional design approach. This paper discusses the process of developing and managing the educational program between 2006 and 2012 as well as the results obtained.
 Keywords
Educational Program;Value Co-creation;Symbiotic Competition;Production Manager;
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English
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