The Second Beijing Industrial Digital Economy and Digital Transformation Forum and the 2024 Annual Meeting of the Virtual Teaching and Research Office for Management Innovation in Intelligent Contexts were successfully held
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From January 5 to 7, 2024, the Second Beijing Industrial Digital Economy and Digital Transformation Forum, along with the 2024 Annual Meeting of the Virtual Teaching and Research Office for Management Innovation in Intelligent Contexts, was successfully held in Beijing. This event was jointly organized by the China Information Economics Society, the School of Economics and Management at Beijing Jiaotong University, and Shanghai Siye Network Technology Co., Ltd. The meeting was attended by 71 teacher representatives from 30 universities. It was hosted by the Industrial Digital Economy Committee of the China Information Economics Society and received strong support from Beijing Zhiyuan Interconnect Software Co., Ltd. and the Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Management Transformation. The meeting was conducted both online and offline, simultaneously at the Siyuan East Building of Beijing Jiaotong University and on Tencent Meeting.

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The opening ceremony on the morning of January 6 was chaired by Professor Xu Wei, Director of the Department of Economic Information Management at the School of Information at Renmin University of China. Professor Guan Zhongliang, Vice President of Beijing Jiaotong University, delivered a welcoming speech on behalf of the organizers. Professor Xie Kang, President of the China Information Economics Society, gave an introduction to the history of the society from a historical perspective. Professor Zhou Yaodong, Vice Dean of the School of Economics and Management at Beijing Jiaotong University, discussed the history and recent digital development achievements of the school.

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The morning sessions on January 6 were chaired by Professor Zhang Hongxia, Vice President of Shandong University of Finance and Economics, and Professor Shang Xiaopu, Vice Dean of the School of Economics and Management at Beijing Jiaotong University. Speakers including Li Yongzhi, Secretary of the Party Committee and Dean of the Chinese Academy of Education Sciences; Zhou Yongyi, Deputy Director of the Laboratory and Equipment Management Department at Peking University; Zhu Min, Director of the Institute of Informationization and Industrialization Integration at China Academy of Information and Communications Technology; Huang Lei, Executive Vice Dean of the Engineering Research Institute at Beijing Jiaotong University; Li Shiqi, General Manager of the Information Management Center at Beijing Zhiyuan Interconnect Software Co., Ltd.; and Professor Gou Juanqiong from the Department of Information Management at the School of Economics and Management at Beijing Jiaotong University, discussed issues related to talent training, educational digital transformation, data circulation and governance, and enterprise management innovation. They proposed solutions and future directions.

 

The afternoon sessions on January 6 were chaired by Guo Xin, Deputy Director of the Experimental Center of the School of Economics and Management at North China Electric Power University, and Professor Chen Jianbin, Executive Vice Dean of the Business School at Beijing Union University. Speakers from various institutions, including Renmin University of China, Shanghai Siye Network Technology Co., Ltd., and Capital University of Economics and Business, shared their insights on topics such as talent training innovation, application of virtual simulation technology, curriculum system construction, teaching method reform, and evaluation. They also shared achievements in talent training using virtual simulation technology in courses.

 

On the morning of January 7, three academic forums were held. The first forum, led by Professor Xu Wei, focused on information management and system department/director issues, discussing challenges in information management education and curriculum development. The second forum, led by Professor Zhang Guofeng, Vice Dean of the Institute of Artificial Intelligence and Change Management at Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, explored open-source education and shared experiences in open-source theoretical research. The third forum, led by Professor Gou Juanqiong, focused on innovative teaching models and project proposals, where the teaching research topic guide for the virtual teaching and research office was officially released. Participants discussed implementation plans for virtual simulation innovation projects and reached a consensus on deep cooperation in teaching research. The first meeting of the working committee of the virtual teaching and research office was held, where members received their certificates.

 

The meeting, with 15 thematic speeches and three academic forums, laid a solid foundation for the orderly and efficient organization of future work and the construction of the virtual teaching and research office for management innovation in intelligent contexts. Looking ahead, there are high hopes for the virtual office to play a greater role in the field of education and make positive contributions to its development.