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CommonWealth Magazine Digital Transformation Report

Building a Digitally Literate Staff

Digital innovation within CommonWealth Magazine meant requiring print-oriented workers to take on more tasks. How did CommonWealth get people lacking in digital skills up to speed to take on the rapidly changing media environment?

Taiwan-made Smart Bikes Versus the Red Supply Chain

Bicycles Built for the Future

The Taiwanese bicycle industry has been in a slump for the past two years, but now there is a ray of hope. By adding a motor and a computer, your bike is now smarter, better, faster, stronger—and many times more expensive, with price tags going above 3,000 US dollars. They are rolling off the racks like hot cakes, and the winds of change are breathing life into the Taiwanese bicycle supply chain.

IMD World Talent Ranking 2018

Countries Prepared for the Future Workplace

Western Europe is the leading hub for the world’s talent, outperforming other regions in attracting, developing and retaining highly skilled employees. This is according to the recently released IMD World Talent Ranking 2018 in which Western European nations fill nine of the top 10 places.

CommonWealth Magazine

Inside a Digital Transformation

The digital economy has upended every industry, and the media is no exception. But while international media outlets have been overhauling their operations to adapt to the changing world, the business models of most Taiwanese media organizations have remained stagnant. Even specialized financial and business news companies that report daily on how companies are transforming their operations have made few advances in their own operations.

2018 International Gurus Forum

Can Taiwan Set Course for the 'Blue Ocean'?

W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, co-authors of the worldwide best-selling business book Blue Ocean and two of the world’s top management gurus, tell Taiwan: Yes, you can!

The Real Reason Behind the TSMC Cyber Attack

The computer virus attack at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) in early August was the largest information security breach in Taiwanese history. It fully exposed the information security weaknesses at production plants as the manufacturing industry embraces the fourth industrial revolution, or industry 4.0, with increasing automation and data exchange.