SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentSelective courses of master level,College of Commerce
Course NameLeadership and Social Innovation
InstructorLIN YEH-YUN
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule



























































































































































週次



Week



課程主題



Topic



課程內容與指定閱讀



Content and Reading Assignment



教學活動與作業



Teaching Activities and Homework



學習投入時間



Student workload



expectation



課堂講授



In-class Hours



課程前後



Outside-of-class Hours



1



9/12



No class, switch with 10/31 (10/31調換)



-



-



-



2



9/19



Introduction & social innovation



introduction & project discussion



3



-



3



9/26



Book cases



Students’ presentation



3



3



4



10/3



New cases (1-4)



Presentation, discussion



3



3



5



 



National Holiday (no class)



 



 



 



6



10/17



New city cases (5-8)



Presentation, discussion



3



3



7



10/24



Guest speaker



Speech & discussion



3



3



8



10/31



Visit “Da-Ai”



參訪「大愛」



(仍舊上課)



企管系商務研習週



 



 



9



11/7



New city cases (9-12)



Presentation, discussion & reflection



3



3



10



11/14



New city cases (13-14)



Presentation, discussion & reflection



3



3



11



11/21



Micro book cases (1) & final project introduction



Concept, Lecture & discussion



3



3



12



11/28



Micro book cases (2-4) & final project introduction



Presentation, discussion & reflection



3



3



13



12/5



Case discussion



Gardens without Borders



#Ijcsm HEC219



3



3



14



12/12



Case discussion



Free Geek Toronto



#Ivey W17566



3



3



15



12/19



Final project presentation



Students



3



3



16



12/26



Course conclusion



Prof. Lin/Students



3



3



17



1/2



Final project report due



Students



 



 



18



商務研習週 (109/1/6?1/10),統一停課以進行海外研習企業參訪、企業競賽、企業專案等活動



Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

James Chu


Requirement/Grading

Grading:          1. Class presentation & discussion         30%        



                        3. Mid-term project                                30%



                        4. Final project                                       40%


Textbook & Reference

Textbook:        Lin, C.Y.Y. and Chen, J. (2016) The Impact of Societal and Social Innovation: A Case-based Approach, Singapore: Springer Publishing Co. ISBN: 978-981-10-1764-3, DOI 10.1007/978-981-10-1766-7



Students need to purchase two business cases for around NT$60 (US$2) each. Textbook material will be deposited at a copy store for students to make copies.


Urls about Course
https://ssir.org/ Stanford Social Innovation Review
Attachment

20190815 Leadership and social innovation syllabus.pdf