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Driving Industry Value Chain and Business Innovation Ecosystem
March 17 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm CST
This event will be presented in Chinese.
The Taiwan Chapter of the System Dynamics Society presents a seminar series on System Dynamics and Applications on Sustainable System Development. We aim to bring more Chinese speaking SD educators and learners together with this seminar series and share more recent developments from Taiwan Chapter.
Prof. Min-Ren Yan, President of the Taiwan Chapter of the System Dynamics Society.
Practitioner’s Case Presentation:
Fang-Chi Wu, Director of IIE Research Office, Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan.
Kuei-Chao Liu, CEO (Hong Kong), Sushi Express Co., Ltd.
This session presents real world case studies on System Dynamics Applications and Sustainable System Development, with one of the largest industry value chain and business innovation ecosystem in Taiwan, specifically from practitioners’ point of view. Experiences on setting policies for more than 1,700 companies in the industrial parks and the business dynamics during COVID-19 pandemic are also addressed in the case studies.
Led by Prof. Min-Ren Yan with the forward-looking insights on the global economy from United Nations Development Program and Asian Productivity Organization, iiLABs and Taiwan Chapter of the System Dynamics Society have periodically published research paper series and books on sustainable system development (SSD) and System Dynamics applications of cloud computing supported management science in an attempt to provide suggestions and recommendations for new or innovative business models. In response to the government’s action plan and policies to improve the performance of domestic corporations and businesses sponsored by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, iiLABs provides counseling for Innovation Economy and sustainable system development.
Note: This event is following Taipei Time (7:30pm – 9:00pm).