FORUM

The 6th Jeju Forum evaluated the challenges and opportunities the rise of China and the reunification of the Korean peninsula will offer. The Forum also took note of the great potential of new growth on the basis of the Asian entrepreneurship. With this background, various programs on Korea-China economic cooperation are prepared. The contents of new standard and its perspectives were reviewed. New growth potential, creative industry, new leadership, the future of education and the role of women were also addressed. Peace and common prosperity on the Korean peninsula and East Asia through the promotion of mutual understanding was discussed. The cultural exchanges and fusion in East Asia was reviewed and we evaluated how it is promoting the sense of community among the Asian peoples. Various issues of peace in East Asia such as the resolution of the North Korean nuclear problem, historical reconciliation and maritime security are among the topics. The recent natural disaster of Japan was reviewed and among the related topics are how to deal with the climate change and natural disasters.

Host: Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, International Peace Foundation, East Asia Foundation, JoongAng Ilbo 
Organizer: Jeju Peace Institute 
TIME ORGANIZATION SESSION ROOM
11:40 ~ 12:20 [9-D] The Future of Business Management as a Discipline of Convergence
융합 학문으로서의 경영학의 미래
Emerald Hall
Moderator
SHIN, Ho-sang (Director, Admission Office of Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)

Speakers
GO, Yeong-hee (Director, Management Case Study Research Center of Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
SONG, Won-jin (Professor, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
LEE, Hyun-joo (Director, Library of Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)

Discussants
KIM, Shin-hyo (Director, Planning Cooperation Department of Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
PARK, Jeong-yeol (Professor, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
SHIN, Jong-hwa (Director, Institute for Leisure Studies, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
CHA, Kyung-cheon (Professor, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)

사회
신호상(서울과학종합대학원 입학ㆍ학생처장)

발표
고영희(서울과학종합대학원 경영사레연구센터장)
송원진(서울과학종합대학원 교수)
이현주(서울과학종합대학원 도서관장)

토론
김신효(서울과학종합대학원 기획협력처장)
박정열(서울과학종합대학원 교수)
신종화(서울과학종합대학원 여가학연구소 소장)
차경천(서울과학종합대학원 교수)

Business management as an academic discipline is an applied science; it pursues action-oriented agenda setting and practical answers. To that end, business management looks to scientific analysis, but at the same time an appreciation of humanities is a
must as it also studies socio-cultural backgrounds and personal motivation in relation to product purchase and organizational
activities. Furthermore, business management addresses values and responsibilities related to the activities of countries, societies, firms, and non-profit organizations; it even requires artistic quality linked to creative understanding and problem solving. This session will take stock of business management as a science of convergence and discuss its future. Professors at aSSIST from various disciplinary backgrounds, including engineering, social science, philosophy, humanities, and the arts, will talk about their experiences in teaching business management, diagnose the current situation, and share
their ideas for innovation.

경영학은 응용학문으로서 실천지향적인 의제설정과 함께 구체적인 답변을 추구합니다. 이 활동을 위해서 과학적인 분석을 지향하지만, 동시에 상품 구매 및 조직활동과 관련하여 사회문화적 배경과 개인적 동기 등을 연구해야 하기 때문에 인문학적 학풍에 대한 이해 또한 필수적입니다. 나아가, 국가, 사회, 기업 및 비영리단체 활동과 관련된 가치 및 책임의식을 요구하며, 창조적인 이해와 문제해결과 접목되는 예술적 소양도 요구됩니다. 이 세션은 융합학문으로서 경영학의 현재를 평가하고, 미래를 기획하는 목적을 갖습니다. 서울과학종합대학원(aSSIST)에서 경영학도를 지도하는 다양한 학문분야(공학, 사회과학, 철학, 인문학, 예술학 등) 출신의 교육자들이 본인들의 경험담을 소개하고, 현재적 상황을 진단하고, 혁신을 위한 의견을 공유하고자 합니다.

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