Dimitrios Vlachos, University of Peloponnese, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Greece
Damianos Sakas, University of Peloponnese, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Greece
Description: This Workshop contains all the submissions that have not been assigned in other specific Workshops. Upon the finalization of the Technical Program, submissions in the Core Workshop will be assigned to Presentation Slots according to their subject.
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Damianos Sakas, University of Peloponnese, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Greece
Description: This workshop is for the Keynote and Invited Talks of the International Conference on Business Informatics and Modelling 2016
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Damianos Sakas, University of Peloponnese, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Greece
Description: Simulation modeling provides a powerful methodology for advancing theory and research on complex behaviors and systems. This Session aim to promote understanding of simulation methodology and to develop an appreciation of its potential contributions to management theory by describing the nature of simulations, its attractions, and its special problems, as well as some uses of computational modeling in management research.
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Konstantinos Kutsikos, Business School, University of the Aegean, Greece
Description: Driving business growth in a complicated and uncertain economic environment has been the goal for all businesses across the globe for the past few years. The ever evolving role and needs of customers can only add to this turmoil. For example, how do we design and execute one-to-one marketing activities in a world rocked by social media, where ‘one’ is really the influencer for an unknown group of people? Although the overarching goal is about exploring how internal and external marketing activities may influence (or be influenced by) business transformation activities, we welcome contributions from academics and practitioners that explore trends and developments in other fields that affect business transformation activities. Such fields include (but are not limited to): - Business strategy (e.g. real options strategic management) - Organizational development (e.g. networked organizations) - Leadership - Innovation management - Change management - Information management (e.g. enterprise interoperability)
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Panagiotis Trivellas, TEI of Central Greece, Logistics Management, Greece
Description: This symposium attempts to cast light on concurrent advances on the fields of Organisational Behaviour, HRM, SCM, Innovation & Knowledge Management, Strategic Leadership and Higher Education. Diverse and modern perspectives on the development and evolution of the relative disciplines on regional and national level will be discussed and debated.
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Liliya A. Demidova, , ,
Description: We plan to discuss the modern approaches to time series analysis and forecasting using the methods and tools of artificial intelligence. The scope of session: Time series forecasting and Data Mining. Time series forecasting and machine learning. Time series forecasting and hybrid computational technologies. Time series forecasting and neural networks. Fuzzy time series and evolutionary modeling. Forecasting models based on the strictly binary trees. Forecasting models and multi-objective evolutionary optimization. Time series forecasting and engineering applications.
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Victor Romanov , , ,
Description: The problems that would be considered in the probable papers submitted may concern such question as: · The model of the production function including knowledge as an additional factor into Douglas-Cobb equation, · The knowledge market and knowledge interchange and application simulation in collaboration networks, · The knowledge marketing and propagation simulation for business model & service innovation, · Knowledge management for business transformation, · Knowledge buying, selling and sharing simulation at the network of geographically distributed economic agents, · Business models for digital society transformation, · Services model of knowledge management system for smart enterprise. · Network model for enterprises cooperation and collaboration, · Ontologies slice and merge for restructured enterprises.
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Natalia Lychkina, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Business and Management, Russian Federation
Description: We plan to discuss high technologies and modern paradigms of simulation modeling (ABMS, DES, SD) and its wide application in business solutions and economical and social sciences. Simulation modeling is actively used in solutions for lean production, 3D models of digital manufacturing, business process reengineering, improving the supply chain management, transport systems, management consulting and dynamic models of transforming businesses, when the business answers by changes to the challenges occurring in the environment. Simulation modeling allows business to develop effective system solutions in various fields of its activities. Economic development of regions and countries, private sectors, strategic planning and working out scenarios of development create another area of application of simulation modeling of socio-economic processes with a developing economy and society, as well as analysis of social behavior, the emergence and evaluation of consequences of decisions in the broad areas of social life.
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Yulia Taratuhina, Higher School of Economocs, Business and Management, Russia
Irina A. Bleskina, , ,
Description: The main idea of workshop is integration of science and business in the sphere of education and development of soft and hard skills. Main topics: smart HR services, mobile apps in education; Cross-cultural multimedia didactics - Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) - The principles of the mapping of the personal study pathway in electronic educational environments - Best worldwide practices on smart e-learning - The problem of choice of appropriate multimedia technology and teaching methods in e-learning for different culture groups - Hardware and software systems, portals and platforms for smart e-learning
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Juneho Um, , ,
Description: The workshop attempts to explore the challenges and trends in the global flow of products, services, capital, ideas, technology and people, the proposed topics should therefore broadly cover the themes related to Supply Chain, Trade, Logistics, Operations, Strategies, Social Responsibility, Marketing, Human Resource and Culture in global and international business environment.
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