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Title: Development of Proactive Action Support System by Visualization of Quadrant II Activities
ISS 2016, Hokkaido, Japan
June 25, 2016

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  1. 1. Development of Proactive Action Support System by Visualization of Quadrant II Activities ○ Department of Informatics System development course Assistant Professor, Yoshihiro Kawano Yuichi Yuse ISS 2016, Hokkaido, Japan June 25, 2016 Tokyo University of Information Sciences
  2. 2. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Today’s outline  Introduction  The 7 Habits  Proactive Action Support System: “Self-reflector”  Action plan to improve the system  Conclusions 2
  3. 3. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Introduction  Social Circumstances and Problem  Career education for university students is one of big issues  Proactive action is necessary for career building  However, not a few students are reactive  Our Contribution  Developed Proactive Action Support System: “Self-reflector”  Visualizes quadrant II activities in The 7 habits 3
  4. 4. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES The 7 habits  Powerful schema for proactive action choice  Proposed by Stephen Covey  Personal change and leading change for human life design  Private Victory, Public Victory  Private Victory  Step up to Independence  Public Victory  Step up to Interdependence 4 Growing up
  5. 5. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Growing process 5 1st Stage: Dependence - rely on other people like a baby
  6. 6. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Growing process 6 Habits in 1st Stage to 2nd Stage - Habit 1: Be Proactive - Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind - Habit 3: Put First Things First
  7. 7. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Growing process 7 2nd Stage: Independence - stand by oneself - Proactive action
  8. 8. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Growing process 8 Habits in 2nd Stage to 3rd Stage - Habit 4: Think Win/Win - Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood - Habit 6: Synergize
  9. 9. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Growing process 9 3rd Stage: Interdependence - Collaboration with others - Successful
  10. 10. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Growing process 10 Final habit: Sharpen the Saw - Continuous Improvements - Influence to all things
  11. 11. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Proposed System  Self-actualization support system: “Mentors”  Self-reflector: Quadrant II time management system  Socializer: Social media connected by mission statement 11 Subsystem in 1st Stage to 2nd Stage - Proactive action choice - Private victory
  12. 12. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES 4-quadrant time management matrix 12 Proactive action
  13. 13. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Self-reflector  Purpose: Time management based on quadrant II  Features  Decides leadership roles and activities (Habit 1)  Can Keep updating mission statement (Habit 2)  Puts quadrant II activities first into calendar (Habit 3) 13
  14. 14. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Visualization of quadrant II activities 14 Ideal Real Quadrant II activities  Purpose: Gap between ideal (plan) and real (action)  Steps  Receives notification mail  Clicks the link for timer activation  Stop the timer minutes
  15. 15. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Notification mail  Steps  System sends to user notification mail before 15 minutes  The mail body includes title, time, timer activation link  When user starts the activity, he/she clicks this link 15
  16. 16. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Demonstration 16 Self-reflector: http://mentors.tuis.ac.jp/self-reflector
  17. 17. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Preliminary Experiment  Purpose  Does Self-reflector promote proactive action?  Conditions  Examinees: 18 Students (3rd or 4th grade)  Terms: 3 weeks  Result  Number of unique users: 6 people (33.3%)  User who resisters activities several times: 3 people (16.7%)  User who measures time of activities: 1 person (5.5%) 17
  18. 18. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Action plan  Issues about current version of self-reflector  Mechanism to support proactive action is required  The quality and balance of the activity are estimated  4 fields of physical, spiritual, mental, and social/emotional  Action plan  Application of smart phone is now developing  The 4 fields of activity will be introduced to this system 18
  19. 19. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Mock-up of smart phone application 19
  20. 20. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES Conclusions  Conclusions  Proactive action support system Self-reflector  Visualization of quadrant II activities  Future works  Development of smart phone application  Re-examination of Self-reflector 20
  21. 21. TOKYO JOHO UNIVERSITYTOKYO UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION SCIENCES End  Thank you for your attentions!  Self-reflector is available at http://mentors.tuis.ac.jp/self-reflector/ 21 Tokyo University of Information Sciences Assistant Professor, Yoshihiro Kawano Twitter:@yoshi_kawano Facebook:Yoshihiro Kawano

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