The integration of data, people, organizations and the environment
In recent decades, technology has been progressed and expanded at a rate faster than ever. Internet, 5G, AI, and all big data analysis techniques have not only gained attention from all imaginable fields, but also facilitated transformation and advancement in organizational management. Technology has revolutionized management strategies, business models, learning behaviors in organizations, organizational innovation, work environment, and even overall decision making. While confronting tremendous technological changes and great piles of data, how organizations employ technology to learn, to share knowledge, to coordinate human resources, to communicate with the social media and to advertise the brand become increasingly vital to the prosperity of the organization. Investigation into the possible organizational transformation and all the applicable integrations are exciting for researchers and practitioners to explore.
Thus, with respect to organizational management, integration of data, human resources and the environment is clearly critical. Apparently, it is rather challenging to filter data with criteria of credibility, quality and meaningfulness. To avoid failures in human decision-making due to faulty, incomplete, or imprecise data, which has also been known as a catchy phrase described “garbage in, garbage out”, a misery impeding the function and effectiveness of the organization, questions such as how to collect, capture and interpret data are all waiting to be answered.
This year, the theme of the conference is “The integration of data, people, organizations and the environment.” We will explore the possibilities of the integration of different areas to formulate new strategies of action so as to effectively help organizations seize future opportunities. With the convening of this conference we hope to find some solutions to problems emerging with technology revolution. We are looking forward to papers addressing related issues to open up further discussions and new perspectives.
組織領導與管理│ Organizational Leadership and Management
資料科學的組織應用│ Data Science Application in Organization
家族企業的治理與傳承│ Governance and Inheritance of Family Business
創新與創業管理│ Innovation and Entrepreneurship
職場健康與員工福祉│ Health and Well-being in Workplace
員工意見表達│ Employee Opinion Expression
職場情緒管理│ Emotion Management in Workplace
工作價值與組織文化│ Work Value and Organizational Culture
儒家文化與幸福企業│ Confucian Culture and Happiness Enterprise
員工關係與組織行為│ Employee Relations and Organizational Behavior
Professor Richard Wang （Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA）
Director, Chief Data Officer & Information Quality Program
The roles of chief data officers in organizations: People, data, and strategic decision making
Richard Y. Wang is Director of MIT Information Quality (MITIQ) Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also holds an appointment as University Professor of Information Quality, University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Before heading the MITIQ program Dr. Wang served as a professor at MIT for a decade. He also served on the faculty of the University of Arizona and Boston University. Prof. Wang received a Ph.D. in Information Technology from MIT.
Prof. Wang’s principle fields of interest cover Strategic Data Quality, Hidden Cost of Data Quality, Enterprise Data Management, Chief Data Officer, and Business Case Analysis. His current research focuses on extending information quality to enterprise issues such as architecture, governance, and data sharing. Additionally, he heads a U.S. Government project on Leadership in Enterprise Architecture Deployment (LEAD).
Prof. Wang has put the term Information Quality on the intellectual map with myriad publications. In 1996, Prof. Wang organized the premier International Conference on Information Quality, which he has served as the general conference chair and currently serves as Chairman of the Board. Wang’s books on information quality include Quality Information and Knowledge (Prentice Hall, 1999), Data Quality (Kluwer Academic, 2001), Introduction to Information Quality (MITIQ Publications, 2005), and Journey to Data Quality (MIT Press, 2006).
Prof. Wang is the recipient of the 2005 DAMA International Academic Achievement Award (previous recipients of this award include Ted Codd for the Relational Data model, Peter Chen for the Entity Relationship model, and Bill Inman for data warehouse contributions to the data management field). He has given numerous speeches in the public and private sectors internationally, including a thought-leader presentation to some 25 CIO’s at a gathering of the Advanced Practices Council of the Society of Information Management (SIM APC) in 2007.
Prof. Wang has contributed to the field through a number of seminal books and articles. The impact of his work is clearly demonstrated by the fact that he is the most cited author in the information and data quality research literature. Moreover, his influence has been world-wide having personally fostered a global information and data quality community of interest that has spawned information quality societies in Germany, France, Brazil, China, Argentina, Japan, Australia, Spain, and many other countries.
(Referred to http://www.eiminstitute.org/meet-the-experts-html/richard-wang-ph-d/)
Professor Ray Friedman （Vanderbilt University, USA）
Brownlee O. Currey Professor of Management
Rethinking our understanding of negotiated agreements: The role of personality, culture, and context
Ray Friedman is a Brownlee O. Currey Professor of management of Vanderbilt University. As a faculty member of the Department of Organization Management/Human Resource Management, Prof. Friedman has served for 15 years and genuinely teaches in the MBA and Executive MBA programs, and provides negotiation consulting. Classes include Organizational Behavior, Negotiation, and Doing Business in China. Prior to joining Vanderbilt University, he first started as a research fellow and then an Assistant Professor of Harvard University. Prof. Friedman received a Ph.D. in sociology from University of Chicago.
Prof. Friedman is the Senior Editor of Management Organization and Review, as well as the President-elect of The International Association for Chinese Management Research. He currently serves on the editorial board of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research. Prof. Friedman has served as Chairs for the Academy of Management and the International Association for Conflict Management. He served as Associate Dean for Faculty and Research at Owen from 2010 to 2013.
Prof. Friedman specializes in negotiation, dispute resolution, Chinese culture and management, diversity in organizations, and labor relations. He has published articles on personality and negotiation, team-based negotiations, and Chinese negotiation style and a book on changing labor negotiations. More specifically, Prof. Friedman is an expert on employee network groups for women and minorities, and has written about racial difference in justice perceptions in organizations. Also, he has written about conflict styles, on-line mediation, and the effects of e-mail on conflict.
He has twice won the best article award from the International Association for Chinese Management Research, and teaches Doing Business in China. He is on the board of the Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the Chinese Arts Alliance of Nashville. He was elected Vice President and Chair of International Association for Chinese Management. Not only was Prof. Friedman invited as a visiting scholar to Nanjing University, China, but also was granted Visiting Scholar by National Science Council of ROC for consecutive years.
Prof. Friedman has been published in many influential journals, including Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, Management and Organization Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Negotiation. His academic contributions have been well proven by the relevant research fields.
(Referred to https://business.vanderbilt.edu/bio/ray-friedman/)
Registration for the 2020 TAIOP international conference includes two types of tickets: “All sections” and “Forum only”.
All sections: welcome to participate all sections in the conference and forums on 5/16 & 5/17.
Forum only: welcome to participate forums on 5/17 (2 tracks as a package).
房型與價格 Room type and room rate
Standard single: NTD 1,950 (Breakfast with one guest)
Semi-suite: NTD 3,420 (Breakfast with two guest)
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When booking, please indicate as “TAIOP International Conference Attendees” and will be booked at a discounted price.
需於 4/15 前完成訂房手續，逾期不保證有房間。
Reservation need to be completed by 4/15 and room is not guaranteed after the deadline.
Exit MRT Taipower Building Station Exit No.2, take a left turn and then walk along Sinhai Road for about 10~15 minutes to reach the intersection of Sinhai Road and Sinsheng S. Road, take a left turn to arrive at Howard Civil Service International House.
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