本報告では，地域の医療機関に有効で，医療上のQOL向上を目指した医療情報システムを検討し，実際のシステム開発を行った．県立循環器・呼吸器病センターとで共同開発している「NST(Nutrition Support Team：栄養サポートチーム)・褥瘡システム」，「医療機器管理システム」について主に紹介する．
IT Governance is thought as a framework for establishing an enterprise's IT sustains and extends the organisation's strategies and objectives. But we need to extend the framework for the society level. More-over the role of information systems auditing is not only for an enterprise, but also for the safety and secure so-ciety.
This document develops experimental inquiryinto critical thoughts about "Anshin" and "Anzen" by clarifying differences between "Anshin" and "Anzen" in terms of notion. "Anzen" is risk-take based while "Anshin" is risk-averse based. The difference means that it is contradictory to pursue both "Anshin" and "An-zen" simultaneously. It is also important to know that Japan is "Anshin" oriented society while the Western is "Anzen" oriented society. The argument extends to how ICT fits "Anshin" and "Anzen" and finally refers po-tential risk when ICT based "Anzen" and "Anshin" society building is pursued .
Clinical research is necessary to evaluate the safety and efficacy of proposed new treatments. Guidelines
and systems to conduct clinical research ethically sound have been developed such as institutional review
boards and Good clinical practice. However, Japanese system is a patchwork arrangement associated with
regulatory review and approval of new drugs. There seems to be a lack of understanding of the role of
investigators as a professional. We discuss the function of the professional associations and ethical
This study considers a training course for The Manufacturing Innovation for which was developed by the joint Industry-University Co-operation program. Osaka Institute of Technology took support from Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and developed "Monodzukuri management course". The characteristic of the course is a
product line simulator. This study introduces the educational program that utilized our college original teaching materials. In addition, this study shows a questionnaire result and adds the consideration.
Engineering design education is one of the most important components in engineering education
programs. But, the awareness of its importance has been just grown up explicitly in recent years. Due to its
short experience, there is no concrete common understanding of the important issues such as educational objectives,
contents, and outcome evaluation. In this article, the current status and problems of the engineering design
education in electrical and electronic engineering are discussed.
Solutions to exhibit competencies of high-performer does not seem solvable problems. In order
to be a high-performer, a student has to challenge some problems with appropriate difficulties. We, control
systems engineering department in tokyo institute of technology, have built a series of lectures of creative
design. With an international event named as international design contest, we are still arrarranging the
lectures to gain results and also to reduce duty of staffs.
In the marketing field, activities such as One-to-One Marketing and Customer Relationship Man-agement (CRM) have gotten a lot of attention for its effectiveness. It is necessary to understand of consumer's latent structures for evaluating the activities adequately. In this paper, I explain two methods -induction and deduction- for understanding of consumer's latent structure of.
This paper presents a stochastic framework to the sustainable enterprise management. The prob-lem is to apply and optimize the profit formula under process resources on demand by Matsui's formula and pair theory. By this logic, the new management method is formulated on the base of post ERP/SCM.
This paper deals with the development of an educational program for manufacturing managers in
leadership roles who are making contributions toward the use of manufacturing technology for the creation of
customer satisfaction above and beyond what is generally expected. The basic concept combines an intelligent
knowledge-based approach with the kaizen activity program within the framework of value creation and comparative
advantage models based on a network referred to as Academia, Business, Consultancy, and Government
(ABC-G). This educational program, which reflects the characteristics of manufacturing technologies and
practices in the Hokuriku District of Japan, was developed in 2005–2006, and a run of this program was conducted
from 2006 and 2008 in close collaboration with local manufacturing companies and their employees.
The results are informative of the effects of educating manufacturing managers in Japan and the problems that
will have to be overcome for the continuous improvement of the program.
This paper describes the role of social simulations for decision support under business complexity. The
business complexity is characterized a systems property stemming from essentially limited experiences of people such
as managers. Social simulations is expected to provide decision makers, who are facing on the business complex situation,
with effective ways of thinking the possibilities of options.
This paper proposes the concept of landscape of the bundle of possibilities and the method of scenario analysis, and
demonstrates some simulation examples. Finally we discuss the viewpoint of the role of social simulations in decision
support for managers.
This paper presents a novel agent-based simulation model to analyze organization structures,
which will show optimum possible performances against environmental and organizational changes. The
model is a natural extension of the tag model of cultural assimilations proposed by Axelrod. Using the model,
we investigate the landscape of "could be" organizations through random search, and find an optimal organization
through evolutionary computation techniques. The proposed model focuses on the process of how the organizational
recognition on business environment changes when they face new one. The major findings are: 1)
The optimum organizational structure is contingent upon who recognizes the environment, and 2) Such an optimum
organization structure emerges depending on how fast schema of the staff correspond.