Building a Knowledge-Based Society: Singapore’s Smart Nation (English)

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18.10.2021 - 18:30 - 20:00 Uhr

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Building a Knowledge-Based Society:
Stories from Singapore’s Smart Nation Development [Vortrag in Englisch]

Singapore Smart Nation is the national effort of Singaporeans, businesses and government to transform the way people in Singapore live, work and play using digital technologies powered by innovation in many areas in respond to different changing needs. For example, in Singapore, the Smart Nation initiative has been established to transform waste management practices across the country. Technological advancements and the development of core government policy initiatives help to ensure the sustainable management and efficient use of the country’s waste materials. As part of this, Singapore also reduces the amount of waste generated in an effort to create a more circular driven economy. Technology is applied across all sectors of life, systematically and extensively, to improve the lives of our people. In this talk, we will hear some examples on how the smart nation initiatives have been translated into public and business practices, and how citizens are involved in the effort.

Dr Caroline Wong is the Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching and a Senior Lecturer at James Cook University, Singapore. She completed her PhD in business at the Australian National University and the focus of her thesis is on managing the intangible resources and competencies that have increasingly become sources of competitive advantage in the creative cultural industries such as the film industry. Her research in knowledge management takes on a multidisciplinary approach that extends into knowledge-based cities, smart cities, creative cities, and creative industries with special focus on Singapore. She was a member of the International Scientific Committee of the Knowledge Cities World Summit that organised the first Global Knowledge Based Development Week in Monterrey (Mexico) in 2007. She was a member of the International Advisory Board on knowledge-based cities between the years 2007-2009. Her academic research also extends into the scholarship of teaching and learning in higher education with focus on experiential learning, teamwork and entrepreneurship.
All are welcome.

Der Vortrag ist auf Englisch, Diskussion zweisprachig Deutsch/Englisch.