This workshop aims at providing frontier management theories and practice to faculty members in universities, managers in cooperates or government officials in Southeast Asia countries. Besides managerial practice, the workshop will also cover other timely issues such as big data analysis, financial innovation, smart manufacturing, HR management, economic development and accounting practice integrated with ERP.
Besides getting in touch the with the state of the art managerial practice, guests are invited to experience Taiwan Culture. The 11-day program includes field trips to high tech companies and financial hubs in Taiwan as well as cultural trips to visit rural area of Taiwan to enjoy the beautiful scenes and delicious local foods.
We sincerely invite faculty members, managers and govern officials to join the workshop to experience Taiwan through the delicately arranged program.
|9:00-9:40||Pick up service from Taoyuan Airport
Check-in NCU guest house
|Campus Tour||Challenges in Modern Competition Law: Digital Economy, Platform Competition, and Ever-Morphing Markets (Institute of Industrial Economics)||Field trip to designated enterprise (High tech companies)||Talent Development and management in High Tech Industries (Institute of Human Resource Management)||Culture tourism of middle Taiwan|
|10:00-10:30||Introduction of NCU SoM|
|10:30-12:00||Introduction of attendees|
|12:10-13:50||Lunch Break||Lunch Break||Lunch Break|
|14:00-17:00||Advanced Applications of Business Informatics (Department of Information Management)||Sustainable, Analytic, and Intelligent Operations and Supply Chain Management (Institute of Industrial Management)||Centers for industrial, social and academic collaborations (ERP, Social Business & center for Industrial Collaboration)|
|9:00-12:00||Culture tourism of middle Taiwan||Sustainability Finance (Department of Finance)||Field trip to Financial hubs||Next Generation Business: Globalization, Digitalization and Sustainability (Department of Business Administration)||11:00 Check-out NCU guest house and leave for the Taoyuan Airport|
|12:10-13:50||Lunch Break|| Lunch Break
|14:00-17:00||Latest development of Taiwan Economics (Department of Economics)|| The application of informatics in Accounting (Institute of Accounting)
| Discussion of Possible Collaboration
Dr. Chien-wen Shen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Business Administration and the Division Director of the University Social Responsibility Office at the National Central University (NCU). He also serves as the Director of the Yunus Social Business Center and the Center for Media and Social Impact at NCU and the Executive Director of the Social Impact Institute of Taiwan. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences from Northwestern University. His research interests include big data analytics, information management, supply chain management, decision science, and social business.
Dr. Sharon S. Yang is a distinguished professor of department of Finance and the associate dean of the school of management at the National Central University (NCU) in Taiwan. She also serves as the CEO of Center for Industry Collaboration at NCU. Sharon received her Ph.D. in actuarial mathematics at Heriot-Watt University in U.K. and her master degree in actuarial science at University of Iowa in the U.S. Her research interests cover product innovation, pension fund management and investment, risk management, asset allocation, ESG Investing. Her research appears in Journal of Risk and Insurance, Insurance Mathematics and Economics, Austin Bulletin, The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance and Quantitative Finance, Journal of Futures Markets.
In addition to academic experience, Sharon also serves as the supervisor of the Pension Fund Association, the director of the Taiwan Insurance and Risk Association, the advisor of Taiwan Insurance Guarantee Fund, a reviewer of structure notes issued with insurance products for Taiwan Financial Service Roundtable and a member of the discipline committee for Actuarial Institute of Republic of China. She also involves in many government and industry research projects regarding pension fund management, longevity risk, ESG investing and alternatives assets.
Fee: USD 1500 (The fee is waived for partners or being recommended by faculty members.)
Accommodation: NCU Guest House
Room Facility: AC; TV; refrigerator; towels; body shower; shampoo; toothbrush; hair dryer; internet service
Public Area: Drinking Fountain; Washing Machine
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