I saw great progress of my students to develop their own financial plan with business strategy.
It took only three months to achieve it, who did not know even what “Revenue” is in April.
Here is an example output of a student in the class.
The business case was “web site developer” where you need to develop a business plan to reach positive profit within a year.
Reasonable business strategy in line with the assumptions in the business model is also required in the presentation.
This is a fundamental and basic business skill where you will be required in any type of business in the world.
I would be happy to discuss a chance to conduct the class (even as an intensive program).
The semester has just finished at Yokohama National University.
- Business logic and team consensus
- Problems solving
Good job! See you somewhere in the world!
I would be happy to give my lecture(s) of “practical” business logic making (for communication, negotiation and presentation etc.) for your company, university and many kinds of organization.
We will spend two weeks to tackle the following exercises in a team.
This is for the “Logical thinking” class:
This is not an individual exercise and you need to reach an agreement with your team members, which is exactly the same situation you will face in a company.
You may be required to use almost all the techniques(i.e. facilitation skill & logic development skills) to make an answer.
And this is for “Problem-solving” class:
This is a comprehensive exercise where all the skills learned in the class will be required to get a practical solution.
I am really excited to know how my students will use their skills learned in the class and lead to a “high-quality” answer.
“Logic jump” was a main topic in my Class “Business Logics and Team Consensus” at Yokohama National University today.
Many people make mistakes when they develop a logic (or simply to say, message).
You may skip some necessary explanations or assumption you make, which causes misunderstanding and mis-communication.
They are simply explained in the following two cases:
CASE 1 is generally called “Deductive method”.
In your daily conversation, you may never clearly mention any principles, rules which are already known by anybody and are called a”Major premise”.
But what if the major premise is wrong or not the same as other people……??
Sometimes it is a powerful method to clarify the gap of the premises with others so that you make your message.conclusion more reasonable, convincing and logical.
CASE 2 is a common pitfall of skipping some layers of the logic (logic jump).
You may need to fill the gap between a conclusion and reason(s) so that other people can understand how you reach the conclusion. In many cases you may know how you reach it but others may not. By clarifying the “missing” layers, you can reinforce your story/logic significantly.
Here are some exercise, our students tackled as a team in my class:
There is not a single “right” answer but it is quite important to think what are missing and how you can strengthen your logic.
The teams competed with one another in the class and enjoyed the competition so much!
Keep on studying hard!
My 5th book is to be released on Friday.
It is all about how to develop a right model of business data analysis.
Your knowledge about analysis tools may not work without knowing the fundamental process, which you can learn with this book.
I would be happy to conduct my training program and/or publish an English-edition in your countries, upon request.
“Logical problem solving” class at Yokohama National University finished today.
The students from 13 countries learned how to solve a practical problems and develop an argument in a logical way in the global environment.
It was really precious time for me, too.
I would be very happy to conduct the program anywhere in the world.
Please contact me if you are interested in the program which is very unique and very practical.
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We started inferential statistics today but only for this week and next week.
Many people hate the statistical testing staff as it is very confusing and sometimes they feel it not practical. Therefore, I focused only on the most practical one which is testing a gap between two averages using T-test.
It was really hard to explain the concept of the statistical testing (population and samples). At the start, I used an example of coin-tossing to test the 50%:50% chance.
Secondly, I reminded the students that the data we had been using was just sampled data not from the population, which you have to be aware of.
I always try to explain a practical way to use the statistics, rather than just a theory. The step chart below was used as an introduction.
This was the hardest part to explain. I showed two approaches, critical value approach (t-value) and probability approach(p-value).
Finally, as always and as my policy, I had the students to solve some practical problems as follows:
At the next session, we will continue to learn more about the statistical testing.
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