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翻譯:張宇(簡介並寄信)
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課程目標

交通政策、策略與管理是一門綜覽課程,涉及當前交通機構策略管理的概念、理論和觀點。課程專為交通、運籌、規劃和工程系統的研究生設計。為交通運籌學和工程學的學生提供關於當前在公眾和私營交通機構中使用的策略、管理工具、實務環境、領導才能挑戰的總體看法。由於在交通實際操作中,公眾和私營機構的界限經常是模糊的,所以課程集中討論了發生在與交通相關的政府和工業部門之間的矛盾和妥協的模式。本課程陳述了以下的概念、方法和觀點:不同決策制定模型、策略規劃(例如,使用SWOT進行分析和場景開發)、利益關係人評價與分析、政府參與制定規範以及與交通企業合作、事故通訊、系統安全、變動管理以及全球化影響。

課程要求

每一堂課將以講課和分組討論的方式進行。講課將結合所指定的閱讀材料和其他材料進行。分組討論將涉及一個特定的案例,我們要求能夠運用在閱讀和講課中所學的概念進行分析。

所有課堂講課都希望學生能夠參加,並且在分組討論中積極發言。閱讀應該在所列日期當天完成。我們要求學生能夠討論在閱讀材料中所涉及的政策問題。課堂參與以及參與的程度將占總評成績分數的10%,並將作為評分的參考。

書面作業包括兩篇15頁的文章。第一篇文章需要為一位元在政府部門工作的高級交通官員提供關於一個特定交通政策問題的分析。第二篇文章需要為一位元在私營公司工作的經理提供關於怎樣處理一個可能對其公司造成全面影響的問題的建議。作業會隨堂指派。每一篇文章占總評成績的45%。評分標準包括對案例材料的理解、運用講義和閱讀資料中所學概念的程度、以及書面表達的質量。


Course Objective

Transportation Policy, Strategy and Management is a survey course of current concepts, theory and issues in the strategic management of transportation organizations. Designed for graduate transportation, logistics, planning and engineering systems students, the objective of this course is to provide students with an overview of the operating context, leadership challenges, strategies and management tools that are used in today's public and private transportation organizations. As transportation operations occur within an environment where the roles of public and private organizations are often blurred, this course focuses on the patterns of conflict and consensus between government and industry in transportation. The following concepts, approaches and issues are presented: alternative models of decision making, strategic planning (e.g., use of SWOT analysis and scenario development), stakeholder valuation and analysis, government-business regulation and cooperation within the transportation enterprise, disaster communications, change management and the impact of globalization.

Course Requirements

Each class meeting will be a combination of lectures and group discussions. Lectures will integrate the assigned readings and other materials. Group discussion will examine a particular case, apply the concepts contained within the readings and integrate the lecture materials.

Students are expected to attend all classes and meaningfully contribute to group discussions. Readings are to be completed for the day they are listed. Students are responsible for being able to discuss specific policy problems in the context of the readings. Attendance and the quality of class participation will account for 10 percent of the final grade and will be considered in borderline grade cases.

Written work includes two 15-page papers. The first paper will provide policy analysis to a senior transportation official in government regarding a specific policy problem. The second paper will advise an executive in a private firm about a problem that could have global implications for their business. Assignments will be given in class. Each paper will be 45 percent of the final grade. Grading criteria includes demonstrating an understanding of the case material, integration and application of lecture and reading concepts, and the quality of written presentation.


 
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