Thời gian: Thứ 7, 9/8/2014 9:00 PM (GMT +7:00) (Giờ Việt Nam)
(Thứ 7, 12/7/2014 9:00 AM (CST), 10:00 AM (EST) )
1. Dr. Trần Lương Sơn, CEO của VietSoftware, MBA alumni của Sloan Business School
2. Ms. Phạm Thanh Long, Researcher tại Tyndall National Institute (Ireland), former Managing Editor of Vietnam News Agency, former Manager at IBM Vietnam.
3. Ms. Nguyễn Thị Tâm, Managing Director, Hon Viet – VN Insight Psychological Science Applying Company
Moderator: Ms Hoàng Khánh Hòa, PhD candidate in Agriculture Economics, University of Missouri-Columbia.
Talkshow này là cơ hội để chúng ta lắng nghe chia sẻ câu chuyện thực tế của các vị khách mời về chủ đề Đạo đức Kinh doanh. Talkshow có thể đề cập đến một số nội dung sau:
- Tại sao cần đạo đức trong kinh doanh?
- Thực tế về các hình thức kinh doanh thiếu đạo đức phổ biến là gì?
- Đâu là nguồn gốc của sự thiếu trung thực trong kinh doanh và các giải pháp?
- Làm thế nào để kinh doanh có đạo đức trong thực tế cạnh tranh trái ngược?
- Giải pháp nào để tăng tính trung thực trong môi trường kinh doanh ở Việt Nam?
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Nhóm lửa Coordinators
Dr. Tran Luong Son is currently Chairman and CEO of VietSoftware. He has obtained PhD. degree in 1988 in Metallurgy at Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, former Soviet Union.
After returning from his Fulbright exchange program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management in 1999, he founded VietSoftware, and later, a number of small technology and education companies, most of which are in operation until today.
In his field of software and information technology, Mr. Son is active in advising government authorities in policy making and international relations. He serves in the board of National ICT Advisory Commission under Vietnam Association of Softwere Companies and the Advisory Board of Asianux Consortium, an opensource software alliance of Asian countries. Besides his own businesses, Mr. Son participates in teaching undergraduate and graduate students at universities across Vietnam. His main teaching subjects are strategy, technology management and entrepreneurship. Mr. Son is a frequent speaker at many student audience with career orientation and entrepreneurship topics, especially in Fulbright Alumni-sponsored programs. Mr. Son is also a co-founder and in Vice Director in charge of international relations of Center for Thinking Science, a think-tank under Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations.
Ms Long Pham started the researcher assignment at the IERC in January 2014 after spending more than five years with IBM in Vietnam. Her focus is on policy and regulation for technology adoption. The focus would help to promote energy efficiency and sustainable development through regional, national and city policies and regulations. She developed the research interest while she was an executive at IBM’s Governmental Programs. She worked closely with Vietnamese and American government agencies on technology and free trade policies in all stage of drafting legal documents to revising and finalizing them. Long also works closely with the Ministry of Information and Communications on some technology policies while Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment are on her radar for related IT industry policies and standards.
Since 2009, she leads the Smarter Planet agenda and Smarter Cities cooperation programs in Vietnam with a focus on major cities including Ho Chi Minh and Da Nang. She participated in most of discussions with the cities on areas of priorities and implementation plan. In those engagements, she identified gaps in policy and regulation toward technology adoption and energy efficiency. Long found it fascinating in learning how these focus could impact sustainable development of a city and then a country before taking it to a higher level of a whole region.
Long joined IBM in 2008 from the Vietnam News national English daily newspaper, where she was a managing editor and a journalist for nearly 10 years. In 2004, she won a Fulbright fellowship to do her master’s program in journalism and political science in the United States. She has had a strong professional interest in the IT industry during her career, and worked closely with IBM Vietnam leaders on a number of key policy and market support opportunities in Vietnam over the past five years.
Apart from multiple dimension communications, Long also enjoys community activities and being with people. In her free time, she likes to read cultural and political books and play with her kids. She is married and a proud mother of two boys.
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