Children's reading room at Ho Chi Minh city’s General Sciences Library Changing reading habits are intrinsically tied to the new formats and devices on which people read. VOV spotlights what needs to be done to help Vietnam’s library industry survive in the 4th Industrial Revolution. The increasing application of advanced technologies in the library industry has altered its traditional practices. Many libraries in Vietnam are shifting to become e-libraries to better preserve and archive their data while offering their customers more comfortable services. Challenges are facing Vietnamese libraries on this path as they struggle to narrow their development gaps with libraries worldwide in this very context, according historian Duong Trung Quoc. "We’re amazed to see how several foreign libraries have digitalized their archives in a very professional way. As we’re working on Vietnam’s modern history, we’ve kept a keen eye on France’s … [Read more...] about Industrial Revolution 4.0: what it means for Vietnamese libraries?
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The Hanoitimes - Vietnam has initiated the “Made in Vietnam 4.0” program in a bid to facilitate the development of new industries with a new mindset of regulators, new policies and technologies. PM searches for Vietnam’s opportunities in WEF 2019 in Davos In Davos, Vietnam PM asks business executives to push for EVFTA passage Vietnam’s current growth model is giving way to Industry 4.0 Vietnam has to accept new business models in Industry 4.0: Minister Vietnam’s government fully supports new ideas and business models coming from the Fourth Industrial Revolution, considering it a vital part of the digital economy and the country’s sustainable economic development, according to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and representatives at the meeting. Source: VNA. Phuc made the statement in response to a question from founder of ride-hailing firm Grab Anthony Ping Yeow Tan with regard to the … [Read more...] about Vietnam fully supports new business models from Industry 4.0: PM
Premier Residences Phu Quoc Emerald Bay offers big promotion for new year 2019The most beautiful spiritual places in northern Việt NamNCB to increase charter capital to over VNĐ5 trillionWhy did Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort win the prize “World’s Leading Green Resort 2018"?The organic food market is getting more and more vibrant As Industry 4.0 continues to drive changes in business models, many companies are placing a greater emphasis on creating workspaces that support an open, collaborative and sharing environment, which will lead to improved employee productivity and satisfaction. Campus-style office model at Singapore Science Park Industry 4.0 is changing the role of workplaces As we move towards a more open and connected world arising from Industry 4.0, many companies are recognising the importance of creating an office environment that encourages interaction, collaboration and discussions. Shifting away from the traditional … [Read more...] about DOES THE 4th INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION NEED TO START IN THE WORKPLACE?
Young Vietnamese intellectuals pose for a group photo at the forum (Photo: doanhnghiephoinhap.vn) Da Nang (VNA) – Two hundred young Vietnamese intellectuals have gathered in the central city of Da Nang to pool their ideas to help the country capitalise on opportunities brought about by the 4th industrial revolution (4IR) for a better workforce, environment and business climate. The youths, residing in 21 countries and working in 52 different areas, were brought together at the first Global Young Vietnamese Intellectual Forum, themed “Tapping the power of young Vietnamese intellectuals in the 4IR era”. According to the organiser – the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee and the Vietnam Youth Federation – 27 percent of the participants are assistant professors, doctors and post-docs, 25 percent hold Master’s degrees, 33 percent have Bachelor’s degrees and 5 percent are students with outstanding academic performance. At the … [Read more...] about Young intellectuals suggest measures to tap industry 4.0 potential
Participants called on owners of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to change their mindset to stay abreast with the 4th Industrial Revolution era. Dr. Vu Viet Ngoan, Head of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Team, said Vietnamese SMEs need to strengthen confidence, transparency, and long-term connectivity with partners. “Once the three problems are resolved plus the support of mechanisms and State policies, I hope that SMEs will enjoy a boom as expected by the government. A series of legal documents have been adopted to back SMEs, which are expected to be the momentum for growth", Mr Ngoan noted. The workshop focused on increasing SMEs' competitiveness to face the Industrial Revolution 4.0 era through utilization of digital tools, integration to the global value chain, and improved access to regional markets. … [Read more...] about SMEs urged to stay abreast with 4th Industrial Revolution era