AIBPM Talks Series
Welcome to the AIBPM Talks Series. We start this AIBPM Talks series in 2020 but the idea was 5 years ago. Our mission is to bring online all the innovative ideas, speech and course and share these globally. Our AIBPM Talks series is for scholars, academic service professionals, and business practitioners who willing to share their ideas, course, and experience globally. By AIBPM talks we discuss, share ideas, and learn about business, finance, education and related topics and how they could promote best practices from their institutions and experiences. We will share your ideas to our 5000 members so you help many people when you speech in AIBPM Talks Series. Please check the benefits of joining the AIBPM Talks Series
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AIBPM Talks Series
Upcoming AIBPM Talks Series:
Cov-19 challenges on Financial Inclusion of Poorest of the Poor: study of slums and beggars in India
Keynote Speaker: Firdous Ahmad Malik
Institution: Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow
Benefit: The policy draft for poor people in India to get financial inclusion as well financial independence to fight natural and accidental emergencies of Life.
Schedule | 10.00-11.00 6th June 2020 and another schedule will be announced soon. Registration and Webex joining directions: will be announced soon | Detail link
Driving Sales in Covid 19 Scenario
Keynote Speaker: Rajesh Kumar Nair, Ph.D
Institution: Sies College of Management Studies, India
Topic: Driving Sales in Covid 19 Scenario
Dr. Rajesh Kumar Nair has 26 years ( 12 years in Corporate ,14 years in Academics in M.B.A College). He has corporate experience in Pharmaceuticals like Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, Holiday resort companies like Sterling Holiday Resorts, Food processing company such as Venky's ( India) Ltd and Consumer Durable company such as Usha International Ltd.Dr. Rajesh Kumar. S. Nair also has been a consultant to various MSME's ,consulting them in Marketing,Sales Promotion,Sales Training Activities. He also published various papers in Academic journals of Repute.
The presentation would focus on challenges and opportunities for companies to drive Sales during Covid 19 Pandemic Scenario.
The benefits for participants would be to understand opportunities and challenges during Covid 19 Pandemic Scenario
Schedule | 10.00-11.00 18th June 2020 and another schedule will be announced soon. Registration and Webex joining directions: will be announced soon | Detail link
Psychosocial Safety Climate in Education Industry
Keynote Speaker: Teoh Kok Ban (Derick)
Institution: Sentral College, Penang, Malaysia
Teoh Kok Ban (Derick), is a lecturer from School of Education and General Studies, SENTRAL College Penang. He had obtained his first degree in Applied Statistics, Master's degree in Statistics and Ph.D in Organizational Behavior and Development from Universiti Sains Malaysia. He has 11 years of teaching experience in higher learning institutions. Throughout his career so far, he used to teach courses such as Mathematics, Statistics and Business Research Methods. His areas of interests are in statistics and organizational behavior. In addition, his current program of research focuses on psychosocial safety climate and well-being.
Benefits: All staff, including academic and non-academic from education industry could be beneficial.
Due to the impacts of Covid-19, education industry across the globe had changed the way to address the health and well-being of staff. In conjunction with that, it is interesting to discuss and explore how psychosocial safety climate, which is a leading indicator to provide manageable job demands and sufficient job resources for the staff to cope with their tasks and responsibilities.
Schedule | 10.00-11.00 26th June 2020 and another schedule will be announced soon. Registration and Webex joining directions: will be announced soon | Detail link
Healing Supply Chains for a Sustainable Global Connection after COVID-19 crisis
Keynote Speaker: Miguel Ignacio Cordova Espinoza, Ph.D
Institution: Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Topic: Healing Supply Chains for a Sustainable Global Connection after COVID-19 crisis
He is associate Professor and Internationalization Leader for the Management Department and Management School at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. He has +8 years in teaching and +18 years of experience as manager and director in different economic sectors such as foods and beverages, construction, pharmaceutical, electric energy, sports, and information technology. He is PhD Candidate in the Strategic Management program of Consorcio de Universidades in Lima; he has doctoral studies at Copenhagen Business School, and a MBA of Centrum Católica. His research is oriented to Power and Influence in Organizations, and Sustainable Supply Chain Management. He was visiting professor at Inseec Business School in París, Universidad del Desarrollo in Santiago de Chile, ESADE University in Barcelona, and UDEM in Monterrey. He received four research funds, a teaching innovation award, and a scholarship for teaching of the EFMD. He is Chair for Global and Regional Supply Chains track in the Academy of International Business (AIB) for the Latin America and the Caribbean Chapter, and an executive board member of the AIB Global Teaching & Education SIG.
We will discuss about how COVID-19 crisis has disrupted global supply chains and how suppliers, manufacturers and customers would need to embrace and build-on these severe disruptions to deal with sustainability issues in order to achieve 2030 SDGs.
The participants would be able to understand how the coronavirus outbreak has impacted on supply chains through which everybody connects to the global trade landscape. Being aware of this large-scale connectivity would allow participants to drive their decisions and actions toward a sustainability perspective, no matter the role they have: supplier, manufacturer, or customer.
Schedule | schedule will be announced soon. Registration and Webex joining directions: will be announced soon
Connect - Visualize - ProAct, a practical guide towards Industry 4.0
Keynote Speaker: Gary Leong from ViTrox Corporation Berhad
Director| Industry4.0 and Ecosystem Development.
Benefit: A practical approach towards industry 4.0 and sharing of ViTrox case studies in using V-ONE
Schedule | 10.00-11.00 18th September 2020 and another schedule will be announced soon. Registration and Webex joining directions: will be announced soon
The Future of Asian Textiles & Clothing Industries in the Age of Unsettling Political and Economic Environment: Strategies and Policy Responses to Belt and Road Initiative
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Chan Man Hin, Eve from Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi). Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi).
Lecturer| THEi, Hongkong
Benefit: A deep understanding of The future of Asian Textile industries
Schedule | 18th September 2020 and another schedule will be announced soon. Registration and Webex joining directions:will be announced soon
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Keynote Speaker: Dr. Sai Ling GWEE,
General Manager | Penang Youth Development Corporation
Schedule | will be announced Registration and Webex joining directions:
Stress, Anxiety, Depression and Suicidal Intention among students
DR. DAISY KEE MUI HUNG is an Associate Professor at the School of Management, Universiti Sains Malaysia. Her areas of interests are in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Work Values, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Psychosocial Safety Climate. She holds a Ph.D. in Business and Management from International Graduate School of Business, University of South Australia. Presently, she is an active academician and researcher supervising numbers of MBA, MA and Ph.D. candidates with working experience across diverse industries. She has published good numbers of indexed journal papers.
The talk aims to increase awareness and to better understand students’ mental health common issues and how to provide support.
Increase awareness and to better understand students’ mental health common issues and how to provide support.
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