Join us and special guest, Prof. Alberto Gomez on his talk: “Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) – Out of the frying pan and into the fire” as he argues about how
Join us and special guest, Prof. Alberto Gomez on his talk: “Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) – Out of the frying pan and into the fire” as he argues about how tthe goals set by Governments, NGO’s and even the United Nations are a ploy to maintain the status quo that will ultimately lead to the overheating of our planet. Prof. Gomez will also provide us with novel and ingenious ways of constructing effective ways of undertaking positive change that include indigenous-inspired techniques of regeneration. This is action that we can take ourselves.
This is a chance for you to have your say. Argue, debate and listen in the 3rd of our FAT Talks series.
Wednesday 16th October 12-2. HELP Media Studio L5 WISMA. 5-minutes from Semantan Station. Organised by the Faculty of Arts and Communication. Communicating ideas that matter.
Please join us for this free event. Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hurry, limited places available.
About this Event
These simulations authentically replicate the workplace, although they are more
About this Event
These simulations authentically replicate the workplace, although they are more focused, risk-free, and performed in compressed time.
Success in a simulation, just as at work, is achieved not by manipulation, but by consistently applying good leadership and management practices, effective people skills, an integrated strategy, and the targeted functional skills being learned.
This program is a personal experience in which fully involved participants do the learning themselves, while being coached and guided by experts. Their learning is not directed simply at the acquisition of knowledge, but towards practicing and using relevant new leadership skills.
1. 32 Best leadership practices
2. With e-learning material and skill tests
3. Workplace problems scenarios
4. Game based problems solving to foster strategy
5. Leadership Certificates
6. Complete approved digital leadership course
7. AI powered HRM-Performance analytics
8. HR-Managers right hand for strategy implementation
• Improves staff performance
• Reduces sick-leaves
• Improves KM strategy implementation
• Increase productivity
• Creates sustainable competitive advantage
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Individuals in leadership positions who wish to positively impact the people they serve. CEO’s, MD’s, CTO’s, IT Leaders, HR Mangers, Chief People Officer’s and AI enthusiasts
9.00am Welcome and Introduction
Opening the black-box of human capital productivity
Human Capital Production Function
Workshop: HRM-Performance analyze case
Motivation theoretical approach to wellbeing
10.30am Coffee Break
Measuring Quality of Working Life (QWL)
Case: Analyzing QWL-index from staff surveys
Leadership challenge – why leadership matters
Gamification as a psychological driver
Gamifying leadership development
Leadership cognitive biases – 9 biases reducing team performance
Management social dilemma
Introduction to Leadership simulation
Best leadership practices (action space)
Workplace problems scenarios (state space)
Simulation workshop competition – learn to avoid biases
3.30pm Coffee Break
Management Game theory
Manager + AI = Success
Bayesian Simulation Analytics
Management game Q-learning case
Management game predictive AI (Bellman function)
Management AI architecture
Workshop: Make team management yearly plan
Simulation workshop – finding optimal equilibrium of QWL and profit
5.30pm DISCUSSION AND END with Certificate of Participation
Date And Time
Thu, October 24, 2019
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Malaysia Time Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) Time
In criminal law, corporate liability determines the extent to which a corporation as a legal person can be liable for the acts and omissions of the natural persons it employs.
In criminal law, corporate liability determines the extent to which a corporation as a legal person can be liable for the acts and omissions of the natural persons it employs. It is sometimes regarded as an aspect of criminal vicarious liability, as distinct from the situation in which the wording of a statutory offence specifically attaches liability to the corporation as the principal or joint principal with a human agent.
The legal responsibility of a corporation for criminal actions, or the failure to act in some cases, committed by the company’s employees. If the actions were done for the benefit of the company, are a result of negligence or if they occurred due to a lack of responsible management by the company, the corporation can be prosecuted and punished. Join us to learn more about corporate liability and how it can and will affect us as an institution, a business and as a university.
Register now: email@example.com before 21st October. Admission is FREE.