About 台灣 服務科學學會
The Service Science Society of Taiwan (S3TW) was founded in January 2011 with the mission: to develop domestic service-science communities; to consolidate the capacities of government, industry and academia; to promote foundational work in service sciences and service innovation; and to advance social welfare and sustainable development. Major tasks include combining government, industry, and academic resources to advance interdisciplinary research, develop talent, and improve on industry innovation and policies.
Steered by a group of experienced and motivated professionals and scholars, S3TW has regularly held various service-science-related events including the International Conference on Service Science and Innovation (ICSSI), Forum on Service Science Research (FSSR), Taiwan Service Science Thesis/Dissertation Awards, the GLOBAL Exquisite Service Discovery (GESD) project, the Professional Learning Communities (PLC) project, and industry-academia collaborative projects. The common goal is to extend its impact on society, and to create a globally competitive service sector that help move our communities into a prosperous and sustainable future.
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Major tasks include developing service science communities, cultivating service-science talent, expanding the scope and depth of service-science-related research, and developing international academic cooperation, increasing global impact of Taiwan scholarship; stimulating cooperation and exchange among government, industry, and academic organizations; and enhancing the economic value of the service economy. Led by a highly experienced executive team and motivated members and generously supported by the Sayling Wen Cultural and Education Foundation, S3TW regularly organizes many service-science-related activities.