On 23-24.06.2022, the Institute of Management of the University of Bialystok is organizing the International Scientific Conference Challenges in management in the face of Economy 4.0 carried out in a hybrid mode.
The aim of the conference is to identify research areas in consultation with stakeholders (business, administration, society) and to integrate scientists around them in the face of the challenges of Economy 4.0. Due to the presence of representatives of various sectors, including the public sector, the Conference is also to trigger a discussion and outline the areas of support in the new programming period of the European Union, strengthening the possibilities of preparing solutions and projects for the development of Economy 4.0 in Poland.
The aim of the conference is to diagnose the current state of knowledge in the discipline of management and quality science on the challenges posed by the fourth industrial revolution and to generate research areas and projects common to the stakeholders of the Conference (followed by implementation) determined by changing trends in business, science, administration and society, in the face of the challenges of Economy 4.0.
Each participant of the Conference will have the opportunity to touch the latest solutions thanks to the presentation of Industry 4.0 technology demonstrators during the Conference, as well as during study visits to the enterprises of the Metal Processing Cluster of the National Key Cluster - implementing and using Industry 4.0 technologies. (taken from the conference website, source https://zarzgosp40.uwb.edu.pl/index.php/o-konferencji/)
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In recent years, we could observe a fast-paced evolution of technologies (infrastructure, hardware, software) in a ubiquitous manner leading to a change of perception how we build, organize, and run business operations. Enterprises constantly need to reflect on a strategic level how these changing circumstances are influencing their business models, operation, and regulatory/organisational framework they operate within to stay competitive and transparently develop and adapt their roadmap for digital transformation. Consequently, innovation process are required to continuous evaluate, trigger changes and adapt to specific needs on a societal and business level.
The above observation motivates this talk, introducing the Open Models Laboratory (OMiLAB – www.omilab.org) as an open digital ecosystem designed to support the design of novel business ideas, the decomposition into conceptual models enabling model-value functionality and feasibility assessments as experiments for assessment.