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Sensemaking in the Artificial Intelligence Era! Sensemaking in the Artificial Intelligence Era! Keynote Speaking at the International Conference on Smart Cities (Seoul, Korea), July 19, 2019. by Dr. Jeonghwan (Jerry) Choi ...더보기 This is Dr. Jerry Choi at Kean University. Today I would like to present "Sensemaking in the Artificial Intelligence Era". Recent applications of Industry 4.0 or Digital Transformation fundamentally changes in human l.. 2019. 7. 23.
A CVO Manages Energy, Attention, and Time to Maximize Productivity. A CVO Manages Energy, Attention, and Time to Maximize Productivity: Problem-Solving (Productivity) is a function of Energy, Attention, and Time This is a schematic diagram that how a laser cutter hack a chain locker. Like this case, a CVO (chief vitality officer) vitalize people to have enough energy, laser-focused attention, and sufficient time to solve a complicated problem. Energy: Tony Schwa.. 2017. 10. 29.
Even a pig can fly if it stands at the center of a whirlwind ~ Lei Jun "Even a pig can fly if it stands at the center of a whirlwind,"- Lei Jun, Xiaomo CEO (May 2015) Interpretation: "What's the company's secret to success? According to its 45-year-old CEO, Lei Jun, who was interviewed in The Wall Street Journal, it's simply about "seizing the right opportunity." source: http://www.businessinsider.com/xiaomi-ceo-lei-jun-discusses-secret-behind-success-pig-flying-wh.. 2016. 9. 26.
What is the "Talent Development"? ATD (formerly, ASTD) CEO, Tony Bingham, clarifies the new brand of 'Talent Development' “Talent development is people development...The term talent development means building the knowledge, skills, and abilities of others and helping them develop and achieve their potential so that the organizations they work for can succeed and grow. This is the work of the profession we’ve served for more than.. 2014. 5. 24.
Why Chinese and Japanese are different from other Asians? Why Chinese and Japanese are different from other Asians? Comparison of Cultural Dimensions (US, China, S. Korea, Japan, and Taiwan) In general, far eastern Asian countries such as China, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan are known for their collectivistic, hierarchical, and uncertainty avoidant national culture that are contrasting to individualistic, horizontal, and uncertainty tolerate culture of the .. 2012. 11. 7.
Why do people resist a New HR Practice for the change? Why do people resist a new HR practice for the change? Photo Source: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/negative-effects-group-cohesiveness-21587.html In general, resistance to change such as introduction or application of a new HR practice is a universal phenomenon in all types of organizations (Swanson & Holton, 2009). Launching an HR practice in business organization may not be exceptional. Resis.. 2012. 11. 7.
The Book of "Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It?" Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It? Source of the Photo: http://www.jibberjobber.com/blog/2008/06/24/why-work-sucks-and-how-to-fix-it-with-me-dan-pink-and-scott-stratten/ When people have high demands and high control, their life can be hectic but manageable. They figure out what needs to be done and when. When people have high demands and low control, their life is both hectic and miserable. Ther.. 2012. 10. 20.
Dr. Peter Northouse's Leadership Lecture at UIUC Dr. Peter Northouse's Leadership Lecture at UIUC On Sept. 26 2012, Illinois Leadership Center (contact: Mr. Heath Harding, Associate Director) hosted a special lecture of Dr. Peter Northouse - the prominent leadership scholar in the world. Dr. Peter Northouse is well-known his seminal textbook of "Leadership: Theory & Practice - http://www.sagepub.com/books/Book235117). Dr. Peter Northouse prese.. 2012. 9. 27.
Dr. K. Peter Kuchinke's Lecture: But is it Education? Situating Training and Development in the Canon of Education Research and Practice. The business and management field is too important to be taken solely by business experts such as MBAs. We need multiple perspectives and multiple paradigms to address current business and management problems. Learning, teaching, education, and human development perspectives are essential fields of scholarship that provide more human centered values to business and management. - Dr. K. Peter Kuc.. 2012. 9. 19.
Shaping a Research Topic for Vitality Study in MNC. Shaping a Dissertation Topic of Vitality in MNC. "How to unleash subsidiary actor's potential in MNC?" A. Voices from field about performanceMethod: Email interview Sample: 24 people in personal networks Participants: 15 are employees in Korean large corporations, Five are come from BOSCH Korea. 9 are employees in the US, China. Interview Questions: How employees think about performance? What is.. 2012. 8. 27.
Given or Taken - How subsidiary employees cultivate job autonomy in an MNC? Given or Taken - How subsidiary employees cultivate job autonomy in an MNC? Conventionally, autonomy in the workplace is belief to be given by superiors to subordinates. However, autonomy can be taken by subsidiary employees at an MNC. In detail, there are positive given and taken autonomy and negative given and taken autonomy. Voice of engineers at an MNC Positive Autonomy Given (Grounded frequ.. 2012. 8. 21.
Problematizing the Tension between Autonomy and Control at the workplace. Problematizing the Tension between Autonomy and Control at the workplace. One of the most challenging things to a leader is managing and balancing the tension between 'autonomy and control' at the workplace. If a leader control over every detail issues (micro-management) in the workplace, subordinates of the leader lose their interests in works and avoid any self-directed actions or decision-mak.. 2012. 7. 31.