I am researching the ongoing global pandemic’s impact on business continuity in high-tech manufacturing. Business continuity is different from emergency response, and focuses on minimizing disruptions so business operations may resume.
Before coming to Taiwan, I worked in enterprise risk management, and presented on the topic at National Taiwan University prior to the management school’s abdication of this subject area.
Between then and the pandemic, I was researching the application of machine learning methods to value appropriation frameworks to increase collaboration amongst high-tech manufacturing firms, and its role in the digital transformation of traditional industries.
Projects included leveraging earthquake warning infrastructure for high-tech ecosystem build out, consumer IoT to stabilize Taiwan’s power grid, and incorporating IoT in dairy production to stabilize prices and enable a new premium milk category.
I have withdrawn from the management school, but continue to be affiliated with National Taiwan University College of Engineering’s industrial research institute.
PAPERS, PRESENTATIONS, INVITED SPEECHES
+ A Systems Thinking Solution to Sustainability’s Alpha Paradox, National Taiwan University. Paper integrated into Taiwan government pension fund.
+ Smart Technology for Solving Everyday Power Problems, Oxford University.
+ Enabling Innovation Through CSR Risk Architecture at Danone, National Chengchi University
+ Air France Enterprise Risk Management in the Post-Concorde Era, National Taiwan University