July 17-18, 2019 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The 2019 International Conference on Science and Technology in Administration and Management Information (ICSTIAMI). Theme “Sustainable Development: from Research to Actions”
Plenary Session : 1. Prof. Ferry Jie (Business School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University Joondalup Drive Western Australia 6027, Australia). A Supply chain consists of the flow of products and services, connected by transportation and need vertically integrated. Supply Chain Management is the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion, and all logistics management activities. It also includes coordination with channel partners, which can be suppliers, intermediaries, third-party service providers, and customers. (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals). 2. Dr. Jonathan Rante Carreon (Huachiew Chalermprakiet University, Thailand) Use of social media for communication in Industrial Revolution 4.0. Social media is a popular buzzword as well as a technological concept, which has brought about pervasive changes in business-to-business communication, business-to-customer communication, and customer-to-customer communication (Kietzmann, Hermkens, McCarthy, & Silvestre, 2011). Around people in the world use social media, digital around the world in 2019 with a total population of 7.676 billion, mobile social media users are 3.256 billion. Wang, yu dan Wei (2012) investigates peer communication through social media websites; individual-level tie strength and group-level identification with the peer group as antecedents; and product attitudes and purchase decisions as outcomes. Social Media and Digital Disruption: IMPACT, Previously dominant firms—including telecommunications carriers, equipment providers, and powerful legacy software firms—are under assault from the move to cloud computing, in the network center, and mobile computing, on the network periphery. This transformation of the computing and communication infrastructure has been occurring simultaneously with the spread of ever more complicated and sophisticated global value chains. 3. Prof.Dr.Jan Siska (Faculty Of Education Charles University Prague, Czech Republic)Disability, Responsibility, and Change. The Construct of Disability changed from focusing on pathology or a defect within the person to a socio-ecological person-environment fit conception that focuses on understanding human functioning and disability based on the interactions between personal and environmental characteristics. UN Convention of Persons with Disabilities 2006, „To promote, protect and ensure the full and equal enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms by all persons with disabilities, and to promote respect for their inherent dignity“. Unique about the convention are : a. Both development and human rights instrument b. A policy instrument which is cross-disability and cross-sectoral c. Legally binding. European Disability Strategy 2020. The European Disability Strategy 2010- 2020 adopted by the European Commission in November 2010, represents a fundamental policy instrument for persons with disabilities and their organizations to be used to make a barrier-free Europe. The Strategy identifies eight main areas for action: Accessibility, Participation, Equality, Employment, Education and Training, Social Protection, Health, and External Action. 4. Prof.Dr.Uzair Bazi (Center for Islamic Economics & Finance (CIEF), Superior University, Lahore, Pakistan ) Bai Salam Project, a Project to Eliminate Riba from Agriculture. Why This Project because riba is haram, private sector money lending act, 2007 (Private Source Facilities Closed), government. must provide an alternate. Bai salam advance payment 100% against future delivery of Agri produce, and operation through a public sector bank. Bai salam project has a purpose to complete eradication of riba from the Agri economy, implementation support by state solid convictions required to achieve the objective of facilitating the farmers and save them from the claws of riba, and improve the agricultural economy. 5. Prof. Dr. Myrna R. Batino (Technological University of Philippines, Philippines) Sustainable Development: from Research to Actions. Sustainable development change for sustainable development but focusing on the “public good” areas of sustainability, though much desired, has become an oxymoron, 70 years, human progress founded on economic growth has been expressive in all areas. Given the increasing difficulties in conciliating economic growth, social well-being, and environmental sustainability, the 3 pillars of the Rio+20 Conference have morphed into a trilemma. Economic growth has been grounded on the unsustainable use of non-renewable resources as well as on the reduction of biodiversity. With the spread of economic globalization, social and environmental crises have deepened while the trajectory of the world economy shows signs of exhaustion in the hegemonic model itself. The three pillars of sustainability have become a trilemma at Rio+20 Conf – economic, social, and environmental. 6. Prof. Dr. Abdul Talib Bin Bon (Faculty Of Technology Management and Business UTHM-Malaysia) Preparing Management, Economy, and Business to face Industrial Revolution 4.0. Phases of earlier 3 Industrial Revolutions : 1). 1760 to 1840 – Ushered in Mechanical production; railways and steam engine 2). 1870 to 1940 – Mass production; electricity and assembly line 3). 1960 to 2010 – Computers; semiconductors, mainframe computing, personal devices, internet. A collective term for technologies and concepts of value chain organization. Based on the technological concepts of cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things and the Internet of Services, it facilitates the vision of the Smart Factory. Within the modular structured Smart Factories of Industry 4.0, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, create a virtual copy of the physical world and make decentralized decisions. Over the Internet of Things, Cyber-physical systems communicate & cooperate & humans in real-time. Via the Internet of Services, both internal & cross-organizational services are offered & utilized by participants of the value chain. A cyber-physical system (CPS) is a system of collaborating computational elements controlling physical entities. CPS are physical and engineered systems whose operations are monitored, coordinated, controlled and integrated by a computing and communication core. They allow us to add capabilities to physical systems by merging computing and communication with physical processes. Six Design Principles : Interoperability: the ability of cyber-physical systems (i.e. workpiece carriers, assembly stations and products), humans and Smart Factories to connect and communicate with each other via the Internet of Things and the Internet of Services; Virtualization: a virtual copy of the Smart Factory which is created by linking sensor data (from monitoring physical processes) with virtual plant model and simulation models ; Decentralization: the ability of cyber-physical systems within Smart Factories to make decisions on their own ; Real-Time Capability: the capability to collect and analyze data and provide the insights immediately; Service Orientation: offering of services (of cyber-physical systems, humans and Smart Factories) via the Internet of Services ; Modularity: flexible adaptation of Smart Factories for changing requirements of individual modules. Building blocks of Industry 4.0 with autonomous robots, simulation, horizontal and vertical system integration, industrial internet of things, cybersecurity, additive mfg, augmented reality, big data analytics. We need Industry 4.0 because the cost to eliminate waste and losses, to eliminate the hidden cost and cost ruction; complexity, sub nanotechnology, cyber-physical system and exponential technologies; customer, to personalize, fast, cheap, quality and total customer satisfaction ; Competition, to digitalization, to increase competitiveness, and to globalization.