We are pleased to invite you to submit your papers to DSEME-2020. Submitted papers should be related to one or more of the main themes proposed for the Conference:
Track 1: Enterprise engineering and modelling
Digital transformations that occur in business, public life, the sphere of state and municipal governance require management. Creation business models, business processes, digital services, enterprise architecture requires the use of formal notations, as well as a new look at the organization of modern enterprises. The use of reusable knowledge, modern frameworks, sets of knowledge can reduce the time and use the best practices in the design of digital organizations.
Chair: Eduard Babkin, Ordinary Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Nizhny Novgorod branch
Track 2: Information Systems Management
The high dependence of modern enterprises on information technology places special demands on the information systems used. Forming requirements, managing the lifecycle of information systems, using standard notations in designing information systems, agile development methods and standard approaches to managing IT projects are key to success in digital enterprise transformation. Transition from service management models to IT value management, IT management processes are examples of issues discussed in this track.
Chair: Evgeny Zaramenskikh, Professor, Head of Department of Business Informatics, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Track 3: Big data research, decision support, business intelligence methods
On the one hand, data in the digital era is becoming an independent product, on the other hand, thanks to modern technology, an enterprise receives an excess flow of data that it cannot store. Heterogeneous data streams require new approaches for collecting, processing, storing and presenting them to consumers. A modern enterprise is forced to process not only internal data, but external data. Analysis of data processing methods, decision support, data quality and other relevant issues will be discussed within this track.
Chair: Alexander Deryabin, Associate Professor, Department of Information Technologies in Business, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm Branch
Track 4: Smart City and the 4.0 Industry Era
In the so-called 4.0 Industry era, the dissemination of several technologies leads to an overall change of our society also in terms of city development and implementation. Smart city is an emerging strategy with the goal of improving the quality of life of citizens using the most innovative technologies to support and presents solutions for the todays’ needs. New challenges and concerns related to smart cities at the national as well as at the international level brings researchers and experts from both academia and industry to recognize the importance of smart cities from different perspectives. The aims at identifying the roles that different technologies can have in the smart cities, it is interdisciplinary, and it covers various fields. The main purpose is to promote international researches using a multi-cases approach, especially comparing different countries and contexts as well as to widespread the discussion about technology in smart cities development and implementation.
Chair: Marco De Marco, Professor, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO, Italy
Track 5: Population and Human Capital Development in a Digital Economy
New digital tools and technologies for human development of modern organizations, smart-learning, gaming, soft-skills formation, mentoring assist in making human resources a competitive advantage of companies. How do new management technologies affect the change in the models of personnel development in the conditions of digitalization of society and the economy? The population, depending on the propensity to innovate, computer skills and the use of digital technology, varies considerably by age, level of education, income, place of residence. Therefore, it is necessary to search for effective methods for developing professional and user competencies in using digital technologies. Within the framework of the track, issues of interrelation between the quality of the population and the processes of digitalization of the socio-cultural and economic spheres of its vital activity and its inclusion in strategies and programs of social and economic development are examined.
Chair: Olga Kozlova, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Centre for Socioeconomic Dynamics Research, Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Track 6: Digitalization of Labour and Human Resources Management: A New Model of Labour and Employment "Work 4.0"
The new model of labour and employment “Work 4.0” contains new opportunities, but also risks, both for the economy and the working people. The process of blurring the boundaries between typical and atypical work is determined, on the one hand, by the development of digital labour markets, on the other hand, automation and informatization change the essence, meaning and values of work in an organization, and their main characteristics are autonomy and flexibility. Many actions in the information space are carried out using a personal computer, mobile devices and applications, which themselves become the subject and / or means of labour. The space of labour application is expanding; new forms of labour relations are emerging in it. As part of the track, the causal relationship between the digitalization of the economy, the labour relations transformation and employee well-being are examined.
Chair: Alena Fedorova, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Personnel Management and Psychology, Director of the Personnel Development Centre, Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin
Track 7: Global Social and Economic Risks in a Digital Era
The process of transformation of modern society in the unity of technological, economic and social components is due to the widespread dissemination of digital technologies, the development and implementation of which leads not only to a change in the technological structure and change in the mechanisms of economic growth, but also creates the prerequisites for a radical change in the paradigm of social structure, and changes people's consciousness, their worldview. The issues of psychological security of the individual are becoming relevant in accordance with the existing and probabilistic transformations associated with the rapid development of digital technologies and the globalization of the labour market "Industry 4.0".
Chair: Olga Koropets, Associate Professor, Department of Personnel Management and Psychology, Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin
Track 8: Education and Personality Development in a Digital Society
The challenges of the information society, inter alia, are related to the transformation of the composition and structure of professions, due to the emergence of a new form of labour activity – transfessions. The predictor of the successful implementation of digital education, mastery of digital competencies, and flexible orientation of the individual in the digital professional world is the formation of transprofessionalism as a qualitatively new qualification characteristic of the subjects of activity. These challenges are a harbinger of the development of digital education and the transformation of the vocational education system. The uncertainty of the socio-economic and professional future of a person determines the relevance of the issues of determining future digital professions and the development of appropriate effective educational programs.
Chair: Yulia Tokareva, Professor, Head of the Department of Personnel Management and Psychology, Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin
Track 9. Fertility and Demography in the Digital Age
Digitalization processes affect all spheres of human life, in particular, improving the quality of life caused by the use of digital technologies leads to an increase in the average life expectancy of the population, which, in turn, necessitates an increase in the retirement age. These processes lead to a reduction in fertility due to the postponement of the time of birth of children, and a change in the reproductive attitudes of the population. On the other hand, the growth of employment based on telework promotes the opportunity to combine work and parenthood of young people. It is necessary to study the impact of digitalization and population aging on the fertility processes. The track examines the relationship of digitalization with the demographic processes of fertility, mortality, life expectancy, and migration.
Chair: Inna Kulkova, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Leading Researcher at the Centre for Socioeconomic Dynamics Research, Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Track 10. Overprofessional competencies of specialists in the digital economy
Over the next 15 years, computers, artificial intelligence, robots, will replace about 47% of work places in developed countries. People should become creative, team, interdepartmental, based on flexibility and systematic thinking. The traditional educational paradigm does not satisfy the requirements for modern professional education on the part of society. Today the question is about the formation in the process of training of professional competencies: skills and behaviours, interpersonal relationships and quality personality traits that allow quickly navigating and adapting to goals and objectives in a dynamic labour market.
Chair: Anastasia Pesha, Associate Professor of the Department of Labour Economics and Personnel Management, Ural State University of Economics
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