世界丸ごとアントレ研修 受講生募集 Tongali Overseas Entre Camp in Aichi

名古屋大学 主催:Tongaliプロジェクト
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日時: 2020年12月08日 - 2021年01月13日(火)
時間: 終日
対象
東海地区の大学に所属する学部生、大学院生、ポストドクター、若手研究者

Course description

overseas-virtual-camp2021_pdf

Tongali Project, in cooperation with the IEEC (NU Abroad)1, NU Tech2, and other overseas universities and institutions, provides a virtual overseas entrepreneurship training program using online tools. At the camp, you will learn about the cross cultural business environment and build a competitive business model. On the last day, you will showcase your pitch in front of foreign investors.
On application, you will choose a Day 7-10 course; the Basic course is a boot camp that covers everything from idea generation to business pitch. The Advanced course is suitable for individuals/teams who already have a business model and want to brush it up through mentoring.


1 International Education & Exchange Center, Nagoya University
2 Technology Partnership of Nagoya University, Inc.

Event Information

Date February 18-28, 2021
* Participants need to attend all the courses
Language English
Venue
  • Online (Feb. 18-20)
  • Idea Stoa, NIC, Higashiyama Campus, Nagoya University (Feb. 21-22) [map]
  • Mikawawan Resort Linx (Feb. 23-28, Camp-style) [map]
Fee Free
Eligibility Undergraduate students, graduate students, postdocs, researchers in Tokai region
Capacity 30 (Participants will be selected based on your business ideas)
Registration deadline December 28, 2020 -> January 13, 2021

* Course content is subject to change based on the Guidelines for Activities at Nagoya University During the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.

Schedule

Date Time (JST) Program Lecturer/Organizer Venue
Day 1-3 Feb. 18-20 10:00-12:00 Global Cultures in English Online Course Online
Day 4 Feb. 21 10:00-17:00 Leading a Multicultural Team Workshop Nagoya University Higashiyama Campus
Day 5 Feb. 22 10:00-12:00 Social innovation cases in the US, India, Norway, and Tanzania
14:00-16:00 Social innovation cases in Asia
Day 6 Feb. 23 10:00-12:30 Team Building Activity

Location: WONDER SKY in AEONMALL Tokoname

Mikawawan Resort Linx
Basic Course : 20 people          “Create a business model”
Day 7-10 Feb. 24-27 13:00-18:00 Virtual Edition Entre Bootcamp
Advanced Course : 10 people          “Refine your current business model”
Day 7-10 Feb. 24-27 9:00-12:00 Entrepreneurship and US Business Program
  • GTI
  • NU Tech
Day 11 Feb. 28 9:00-11:00 Debut Day 1.0
13:00-17:30 Debut Day 2.0
Day 1-3 (Feb. 18-20)

10:00-12:00
Global Cultures in English Online Course 

Instructor:
Becky Cibulskis
Programs Specialist of Global Training Initiative (GTI) at North Carolina State University

Learning Outcomes:
Students will improve their confidence in conversational English and professional correspondence while learning foundational concepts in global cultural competence. GTI uses the TMC/Berlitz Cultural Orientations Model as our guiding framework for teaching and discussing culture. Students will analyze self-awareness through a study of Japanese culture and Eastern Perspectives, consider other global cultures and how to develop cultural knowledge, and learn key components of Entrepreneurial Thinking (ET) as a Western topic. Together, students will practice language and skill for articulating cultural and professional diversity. Nagoya University students will be enrolled in the NC State University Moodle Outreach server so that all course materials will be accessed via a shared learning platform.
After completing this week-long virtual training program, students will be able to; Identify key characteristics of Japanese culture as it relates to other cultures, articulate common cultural norms and values using appropriate US American English vocabulary, and distinguish culturally diverse styles for communication, leadership, decision making and other concepts important in the field of entrepreneurship

Schedule of Topics:

  • Day 1 – Personal and Professional Introductions; Japanese Culture and Eastern Perspectives
  • Day 2 – Foundations for Cultural Competence: Cultural Norms, Values, Practices and Perspectives
  • Day 3 – Culture in ET: Communication, Leadership and Decision Making

Learning Activities:

  • Self-paced Homework: Preliminary Learning Module which introduces lectures, context and vocabulary; to be completed before the first meeting, but available for reference throughout the course
  • Daily 2-hour Facilitated Discussion via Zoom Video Conferencing: Lecture, Small group cultural research, and class discussion
  • Daily independent reflection: These practical assignments will be designed to take less than one hour to complete, and will be used for individual assessment
Day 4 (Feb. 21)

10:00-17:00
Leading a Multicultural Team Workshop

Instructor:
Scott L. Lind, Ph.D. of Intercultural Communication
Associate Professor at Kansai Gaidai University, Asian study program

Scott L. Lind, Ph.D. is an international educator and trainer, who works with Japanese university students, international students from over 50 countries & territories, and global executives & their families. Dr. Lind provides in-bound & out-bound intercultural training related to intercultural communication competency, multicultural/global team success, cultural adjustment, and business communication.
He has a Ph.D. in Communication Studies, with emphasis in Intercultural Communication. His dissertation addressed issues experienced by Japanese university students in the United States.  For over a decade, he was active at the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication in Portland, Oregon, where he annually coordinated a global team in the Fellows Program.  Dr. Lind is passionate about the importance of diversity in achieving team success.

About the program:
The program is designed for participants to develop the knowledge, skills & mindset to participate effectively as a member of a multicultural team. Topics covered in the program include: team building, creating cultural synergy, conflict management, task & relationship roles, personal leadership, and language & culture.

Day 5 (Feb. 22)

10:00-12:00
Social innovation cases in the US, India, Norway, and Tanzana.

Instructor:
Arvind Sighal, Ph.D.
Avind Singhal is the Samuel Shirley and Edna Holt Marston Endowed Professor of Communication and Director of the Social Justice Initiative at The University of Texas at El Paso (2007 onwards).
He is also appointed as the William J. Clinton Distinguished Fellow at the Clinton School of Public Service, University of Little Rock (since 2010), He is the Distinguished Visiting Professor 2, Inland School of Business and Social Science, Norway (since 2015), and Chancellor’s Honorary Professor, Amity University, India (since 2020).

About the program:
This seminar investigates social entrepreneurship in an environment that is resource poor and where the odds to succeed are stacked very high.
Through multiple case studies from the US, Norway, India, and Tanzania, we systematically—step by step—learn about how complex social problems can be addressed and solved in an innovative way by social entrepreneurs and change agents.
We discuss and detail the Positive Deviance approach to problem solving—an approach that is to specially well suited to apply in resource poor settings, and discuss its implications for social entrepreneurs and social change agents!

14:00-16:00
Social innovation cases in Asia.

Instructor:
Veerappan Swaminathan (Founder and Director of Sustainable Living Lab)

Founder and Director of Sustainable Living Lab, a for-profit social enterprise that develops solutions for organizations and communities to grow sustainably. Championing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), SL2 helps companies advance both their business goals and CSR agenda by creating more sustainable practices and products.
Keen interest in addressing sustainability challenges using systems thinking, community development and technology. As a pioneer of the Maker Movement in Singapore, I am working to steer the movement in Asia towards enabling a sustainable future.
Leading purpose-driven teams, designing educational programs, running strategic thinking workshops, public speaking, activating communities, mobilizing volunteers, creating learning communities, coaching individuals, and organizing amazing events are among the skills I have developed over the years.
National University of Singapore (Master’s degree of Intellectual Property Management)

Instructor:
Yusuke Tsuji

After working at J.P. Morgan, Yusuke Tsuji joined ICMG, where he is primarily involved in new business developments and Open Innovation.
Besides working closely with clients from the idea stage to the commercialization of their businesses, he has broad experience in facilitating the design and implementation of innovation strategies, corporate innovation processes, personnel requirements, and various systems, etc, so as to deliver effective innovation management in large enterprises.
He also has experience working under several directors.
He completed his studies at Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University.

About the program:
In this seminar, you will learn of an overview of social innovation and deep tech startups in Asian countries.
Asian countries have social issues like over-urbanization, environmental pollution, economic disparity, and so on. For this reason, rich ecosystem of startups, enterprises, government, and other stakeholders are created in Asia to solve and overcome the issues.
Topics covered in the program include: SDG’s, social innovation, deep tech, innovation ecosystem.

Day 6 (Feb. 23)

10:00-12:30
Team Building Activity

Organizer:
WAC Corporation

Location:
WANDER SKY in AEON Mall Tokoname Wonder Forest Curio

Program Overview:
Having experience together is very important to change “Group” to “Team”. A team is created when each member of a group exchanges ideas and works toward the same goal, and it is necessary to accept other members without denying to improve a team’s strength. In this program, people in the same group who meet for the first time start from remembering each other’s names, exchanging smiles, taking actions, and swapping opinions to tackle a task given to achieve together. This designed program provides you with such experience essential in making a great team through game challenges based on communications, body motion activities, and athletic adventure courses while having fun.

Day 7-10 (Feb. 24-27) Basic Course

13:00-18:00
Basic Course – Virtual Edition Entre Bootcamp

Organization:
Reactor School

Program Overview:
EntreCamp (Virtual Edition) is an online bootcamp that students can participate in whilst staying completely indoors. As schools observe social distancing and preventive measures, we’ve built a completely immersive digital experience to impart entrepreneurial skills for students talking classes from home.

Learning Objective:

  1. This online bootcamp will expose students to the new venture creation cycle, via experiential hands-on activities done digitally.
  2. Students will pick up technical skills and soft skills, by experiencing what it means to be a co-founder. Students are expected to demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset over the course of the programme, as well as pick up startup best practices such as user-centric design, lean methodology, validation and value creation.
  3. At the end of the bootcamp, students will deliver an abridged investor pitch deck with an accompanying prototype, centered around a selected theme.
Day 7-10 (Feb. 24-27) Advanced Course

9:00-12:00
Advanced Course – Entrepreneurship and US Business Program

Instructor:
David K McNeill, MBA, MA,
Associate Director of Global Training Initiative (GTI) at North Carolina State University

Mr. McNeill has taught entrepreneurship programs and classes at NC State University and at universities on five continents. He has also created multiple successful business ventures.
Students will be taught the process of entrepreneurial thinking and pitching. They will refine their business acumen and ability to create a compelling business case for their startup product or service. They will also improve their ability and confidence in pitching their ideas and business plans in English. Students will work in teams of 3-5 students per team and practice pitching their ideas to a US audience who will ask questions and give feedback. They will also use online pitching tools like VoiceThread to create online content related to their product or service and improve their ability to communicate through a variety of mediums. North Carolina State University is ranked in the top 10 entrepreneurship programs in the United States at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Students will benefit from the same curriculum used in classrooms at NC State and engage with business people from the US in getting feedback on their products or services. Nagoya University students will be enrolled in the NC State University Moodle Outreach server so that all course materials will be accessed via a shared learning platform.
After completing this four-day online training program, students will complete the following entrepreneurial activities; Ideation, Industry Analysis, Customer Discovery, Minimal Viable Product creation, and Presentation of the Market, Need, Problem, and Solution

Schedule of Topics:

  • Day 1 – Personal and Professional Introductions; Ideation; Industry Analysis
  • Day 2 – Customer Discovery; Business Model Canvas
  • Day 3 – Creating a Minimal Viable Product; Pitch Decks
  • Day 4 – Live Pitching to a US Audience (with questions and feedback)

Learning Activities:

  • Self-paced Homework: Preliminary Learning Module which introduces lectures, context and vocabulary; to be completed before the first meeting, but available for reference throughout the course
  • Daily 3-hour Facilitated Discussion via Zoom Video Conferencing: Lecture, Small group applied project, guided practice
  • Daily Team Tasks, Group Discussions, and, Personal Reflections
Day11 (Feb. 28)

9:00-11:00
Debut Day 1.0

Participants:
4 selected teams

Schedule:
9:00- Opening remark (Ms. Yukiko Konishi)
9:05- Jury introduction
9:10- Pitch presentation (15 mins & 5 mins Q&A)
10:30- General comments from judge (Mr. Ian Hughes)
10:35- Adjourn

13:00-17:30
Debut Day 2.0

Participants:
4 selected teams

Schedule:
13:00- Opening remark (Ms. Yukiko Konishi)
13:05- Jury introduction
13:10- Pitch presentation (15 mins & 5 mins Q&A)
14:30- General comments from judge
14:35- Adjourn
15:00- Online exchange with startup founders
16:00- Online seminar participation with Kopi Chat or The Young SEAkers & discussion

Online exchange with startup founders (1 hr)
A startup founder will be invited from Singapore or other countries to conduct a sharing session with Japanese students. The founder will share about his/her startup journey with focus on certain aspects such as ideation, business model, prototyping, customer discovery, fund raising, growth etc. The founder will also share their success and failure stories, and give insights on how they overcome problems along the way. The session will be interactive with Q&A and discussions. The students may also seek advice from the founders about their startup if there is time.

Startup founder: Alex Chua
Alex Chua Meng Kiat is the owner of Tour Mount Bromo Pte Ltd. In his company, he runs a team of 40 people between Singapore and Indonesia. He started his entrepreneurship journey in 2012 by starting out with www.webdelegate.com which is a digital agency providing web development services to companies. He then started a travel business in 2015 which does tours to Indonesia and have since partnered with major brands in the industry such as Expedia, Agoda, Booking.com, AirBnB, Traipadvisor etc. Alex Chua graduated from Catholic Junior College in 2003 and went on to get a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore in 2010. He also spent a year studying in Stanford University in 2008.

Online seminar participation with Kopi Chat or The Young SEAkers & discussion (1.5 hr)
Kopi Chat is a virtual talk event organized by Block71, a major startup community in Singapore run by NUS Enterprise. Prominent speakers and companies are invited to speak to share entrepreneurship related insights.
The Young SEAkers helps SEAkers to grow within their communities through a series of holistic programmes and concrete ASEAN-China exchange opportunities. Our biggest focus is to build cross-border competencies and interpersonal soft skills. By doing so, SEAkers will be equipped with the necessary skills and networks needed to tap on the full potential of the ASEAN-China region.
Japanese students can participate in Kopi Chat or The Young SEAkers event virtually, and participate in Q&A and discussion in English. At the end of the session, students will have another short discussion with WASABI in English or Japanese to give their comments, ask questions and have discussion about the topic. The students will write a review of the Kopi Chat or The Young SEAkers session, with their comments and recommendation.

Jury:

Mr. Ian Hughes
(Program Manager, Global Innovation Lab, Texas Global)
Mr. Glenn Robinson
(Interim Director, Global Programs and Innovation, Texas Global)
Mr. Richard Amato
(Director, Global and Strategic Initiatives, Austin Technology Incubator)

Registration Form

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