'Technology Management' is an innovative academic unit of management that has rapidly emerged and grown in recent years in Taiwan. Our priorities for teaching and study concentrate on offering a model of case analysis that incorporates rigorous empirical research and corporate practice. After our establishment, the National Tsinghua University Institute of Technology Management has continued prudential planning and substantial growth in all aspects of industry and academia, including school operation, teacher expansion, promotion of education, cooperation with industry, and even marching to the international stage. Our direction of development will continue to shift towards the following four points in the future:
Promoting diversified partnership and exchanges between industry and universities
By setting up a knowledge base, setting up website content, holding seminars, and research papers, and providing more solid databases for Taiwan's future high-tech industries, we continue to promote trade opportunities with the industry.
Education and Information Center International
Establish strategic alliances such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tsinghua University in Beijing, and Ecole Business School in Paris, with well-known universities in the United States, mainland China and Europe. The approaches include the exchange of instructor visits, the exchange of professors, the exchange of students, and the exchange of courses.
In a wider style, perform academic study and seminars. It also takes into account the economic functions of the state, government, community, non-profit organizations and social enterprises, etc. In addition to general enterprises, the company's research vision is focused on forward-looking guidance and worldwide growth.
Professional teacher lineup
Innovation and entrepreneurship, intellectual property rights, the evolution of industries and organisations, national innovation systems, total quality management , service systems, knowledge management, e-commerce, information systems and network management , energy transition and regional growth, etc. are the research topics our professors concentrate on. The research topics, including computers, semiconductors, biotechnology, professional services , corporate finance, and public departments of government, are very diverse. At present, 11 full-time professors and 5 part-time professors have been recruited to dedicate themselves to scientific and technological management-related research, development and education. We will aggressively employ experts in more fields in the future to achieve the objective of being an education and research unit for management and innovation.