Organizational Transformation 4.0: Organizational innovation in the digital transformation
After the three industrial revolutions of steam, science and digital technology, the fourth wave of revolution, namely Industry 4.0 that combines cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things and the Internet of systems is fast approaching. If enterprises are unable to think outside the box and implement an organizational transformation, they may perish under this imminent wave of technological innovation.
Furthermore, under certain circumstances of rapidly changing environments and severe challenges, why are some companies able to successfully transform and move toward sustainable business, whilst others are not? The issue is not only an acute academic matter, but also the foundation of sustainable business practices.
In addition to human resources, work groups, production processes, and organizational structures, organizational makeovers involve changing the deepest values within the company. In other words, beyond updating hardware such as information technology systems (IT), formulating new strategies and actionable guidelines with an open mind is far more critical. Some questions arise when comprehensive organizational change happens. How do companies face environmental challenges and initiate innovation? How do employers encourage the members of the organization to acknowledge the lack of innovation and bridge the growing gap? Finally, what factors will influence a company’s strategic choices and alter its actions?
The theme of the conference is “Organizational Transformation 4.0: Organizational innovation through digital transformation.” We will explore the concepts of Industry 4.0 and the challenges that face transitioning businesses as they innovate their processes and prepare for the swell of technological revolution. Moreover, we hope to formulate new strategies of action so as to be able to effectively help organizations seize future opportunities. With the convening of this conference we hope to find some reasonable solutions to some problems facing industries in the 21st century.
組織創新與企業轉型│ Organizational Innovation and Business Transformation
跨文化創新與創意│ Cross-Cultural Innovation and Creativity
全球化與領導│ Globalization and Leadership
團隊領導與管理│ Team Leadership and Management
華人組織行為│ Chinese Organizational Behavior
職場績效與健康│ Occupational Performance and Health
消費者行為與使用者經驗│ Consumer Behavior and User Experience
策略性人力資源管理│ Strategic Human Resources Management
組織生涯管理與諮詢 │Career Management and Consulting
|時間 Time||議程 Schedule||地點 Place|
|09:10~10:40||專題演講I Keynote I
Professor Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) Chang (Michigan State University) Threats, opportunities, or both: Technological advancement and research and practice in industrial and organizational psychology in the new era.
|10:40 – 10:50||Break|
|10:50~12:20||專題演講II Keynote II
Professor David Chan (Singapore Management University)Advancing research in industrial and organizational transformation: Applications from methodological contributions.
|12:20 – 13:00||會員大會 General meeting of TAIOP
|13:00~14:10||專題研討I Symposium I|
|Leadership and positivity
Minyoung Cheong (Penn State University)
|14:10 – 14:20||Break|
|14:20~15:30||專題研討II Symposium II|
|Catalysts and barriers: Factors that affect individual creative performance
Chi-Ying Cheng (Singapore Management University)
|15:30 – 15:50||Break|
|15:50~17:00||專題研討III Symposium III|
|Recent progress in research on Chinese leadership
An-Chih Wang (China Europe International Business School)
|17:00 – 17:10||Break|
|17:10 – 18:10||投稿專欄 Editor Panel
Professor Russell E. Johnson (Michigan State University)
|時間 Time||議程 Schedule||地點 Place|
|09:00~10:20||實務論壇I Forum I
|10:20 – 10:40||Break|
|10:40~12:00||實務論壇I Forum I
|12:00 – 14:00||午餐時間 Lunch||N100|
|14:00~15:20||實務論壇II Forum II
|15:20 – 15:40||Break|
|15:40~17:00||實務論壇II Forum II
|17:00 – 17:30||閉幕 Closing||N100|
Professor Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) Chang（Michigan State University, USA）
Department of Psychology
「Threats, opportunities, or both: Technological advancement and research and practice in industrial and organizational psychology in the new era」
Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) Chang is an associate professor at the Department of Psychology of Michigan State University. Prior to joining Michigan State, she was a faculty member at the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health of University of South Florida, and Department of Psychology of Roosevelt University. She received her Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from the University of Akron.
Her research interests focus on occupational health and safety, leadership, and motivation. Specifically, she studies issues related to occupational stress, workplace violence, teams, and how employee motivation and organizational leadership intersect with issues concerning employee health and well-being. Her work has been published in Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Psychological Bulletin, and Work & Stress.
She currently serves on the editorial board of seven journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Business and Psychology, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Occupational Health Science, and Work, Aging, and Retirement, and is on the editorial board for one edited book series. She has served as an ad hoc reviewer for over 20 journals, including American Psychologist, Academy of Management Review, Leadership Quarterly, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Psychological Bulletin, Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, and Work & Stress. She has won multiple awards for her service to the journals and conferences. She received the Reviewer of the Year Award from Journal of Business and Psychology in 2013. She received the Best Reviewer Award from Journal of Organizational Behavior in 2013 and 2014. She received the Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division in 2007 and 2011.
She was an associate editor for Applied Psychology: An International Review (2013-2015) and Journal of Organizational Behavior (2015-2016), and has served as a guest associate editor at Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. She is currently serving as an associate editor at Journal of Applied Psychology since 2015.
From 2016-2018, she worked as the Program Director of the Science of Organizations program of the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Directorate of the National Science Foundation. The Science of Organizations program supports research focusing on understanding how organizations form, development, and adapt to environmental change. She serves as a permanent study section member of the grant review panel for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health from 2015-2021.
Professor David Chan（Singapore Management University）
Psychology Director, Behavioural Sciences Institute
「Advancing Research in Industrial and Organizational Transformation: Applications from Methodological Contributions.」
Professor David Chan is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Behavioural Sciences Institute at the Singapore Management University (SMU). He is a recipient of the Lee Kuan Yew Fellowship Award for Research Excellence. He is also Adjunct Principal Scientist at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and Co-Director of the Centre for Technology and Social-Behavioural Insights which is jointly established by A*STAR and SMU. He was formerly Deputy Provost of SMU, Deputy Director of Wharton-SMU Research Centre, and the founding Interim Dean of the SMU School of Social Sciences.
Professor Chan’s research includes areas in longitudinal modeling, personnel selection, adaptation to changes at work, and subjective well-being. His works have been published in top psychology, management, and methods journals. He has authored or edited 12 books published by Routledge, Sage, and World Scientific in various areas of social and behavioural sciences as well as on social, political and psychological issues in Singapore.
In 2000, Professor Chan was ranked 9th world-wide in the Top 100 most published researchers of the 1990’s in the top journals of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. His works have been cited over 10,000 times in various disciplines. He has received several international scholarly awards including the Dissertation Research Award from the American Psychological Association and the Scientist-Practitioner Presidential Recognition Award, the Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award, the Edwin Ghiselli Award for Innovative Research Design, and the William Owen Scholarly Achievement Award and from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
He has served as Senior Editor of the Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Associate Editor of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Advisory Editor for Oxford Bibliographies (Management) published by the Oxford University Press, member on editorial boards of several journals and reviewer for several grant agencies in United States, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Professor Chan is consultant to numerous public and private sector organizations in Singapore; a member of the Social Science Research Council, the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), the Diabetes Prevention and Care Taskforce, the Singapore-Japan Joint Committee on Science and Technology, and the International Panel of Experts and Research and Development Advisory Panel for the Urban Redevelopment Authority; a director on the Board of the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre; and Chairman of the International Advisory Panel to the NCPG & National Addictions Management Service. He has also previously served as a member of Public Hygiene Council, the International Advisory Panel for the SkillsFuture Singapore and the Workforce Singapore, the Governing Board for the Workplace Safety and Health Institute, the Research Advisory Panel for the National Population and Talent Division, and a director on the Board of the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority and the Board of the Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises.
He is a recipient of the Long Service Volunteer Award and the Outstanding Volunteer Award from the Ministry of Social and Family Development, the Long Service Volunteer Award and the Special Recognition Honour by the Ministry of Home Affairs for outstanding contributions to the Home Team in the field of psychology, the Medallion Award for Distinguished Service from the Ministry of National Development, and the Public Administration Medal (Silver) which is a National Day Award presented by the President of the Republic of Singapore.
Professor Chan writes op-ed articles in The Straits Times’ By Invitation Series, which is a regular newspaper column on social issues. He appears regularly on Channel NewsAsia current affairs television programmes and he is the consultant to the Channel NewsAsia’s “Social Experiment”, which is a 5-part programme series that examines human behaviours and social phenomena using scientific experiments, as well as “Days of Disasters’, which is a 5-part documentary series that examines the lessons learned from previous disasters in Singapore.
Together with Nobel Laureate in Economics Professor Daniel Kahneman and Professor Ed Diener, Professor Chan served on an international committee that submitted to the United Nations a report on measures of national well-being across countries, which was subsequently incorporated in a report published by the United Nations. He is the first scientist in the world to receive Elected Fellow status of all six international psychological organizations namely, the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, the International Association of Applied Psychology, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology and the American Psychological Association’s Division for Personality and Social Psychology.
投稿專欄 Editor Panel
Professor Russell E. Johnson（Michigan State University, USA）
Department of Psychology
The editor panel will discuss tips and recommendations for making a theoretical contribution and for publishing research in top tier applied psychology journals. There will be a presentation at the beginning, followed by a question-and-answer session between the audience and panelists.
Russell E. Johnson is an associate professor of management in the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron. His research examines the roles of motivation-, justice-, and leadership-based processes that underlie work attitudes and behaviors. His research has been published in leading journals (e.g., Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, andPsychological Bulletin) and has been cited in various popular press outlets (e.g., Harvard Business Review, Psychology Today, TIME, and Wall Street Journal). He is a past associate editor and guest editor at Academy of Management Review. Dr. Johnson has received early career awards from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2013) and from the Organizational Behavior Division of Academy of Management (2018).
Leadership and Positivity
Minyoung Cheong(Penn State University)
- Catalysts and Barriers: Factors That Affect Individual Creative Performance
Chi-Ying Cheng (Singapore Management University)
- Recent progress in research on Chinese leadership
An-Chih Wang ( China Europe International Business School)
- 高三福教授 （清華大學）
- 連玉輝教授 （台灣大學）
- 盧彥勳選手 （職業網球選手）
- 高志綱教練 （統一7-11獅）
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