College of Management
Overview: Departments(7) Researchers(124) Publications(3114) Projects(2017)
Vision and Mission
The NTU College of Management has a long tradition in excellence and is recognized internationally for our outstanding academic and research achievements. Our mission is to train and equip future global leaders with the knowledge and skills to make positive contribution to the industry and community. The college is designed to provide a comfortable and conducive learning environment. During the past decade, our faculty has published hundreds of papers in the SCI and SSCI magazines, in which established our global academic beacon.
The College has been encouraging our faculty to integrate researches with affiliates amongst other colleges, schools, industries or even other regions. Researches using high-tech is of important trend of the future. Such collaboration model could also help to elevate the status of the College within the School.
Some example of the joint programs: Innovation & Entrepreneurship (Department of Business Administration), Health care services (Department of Business Administration , Department of Accounting), Big Data (Department of Business Administration , Department of Information Management), Fair Valuation (Department of Accounting), Corporate Governance (Department of Accounting, Department of Finance, Department of International Business), Risk Management (Department of Finance),Capital and research development (Department of Finance), Consumer behavior (Department of Business Administration, Department of International Business), Portable devices (Department of Information Management),Cloud services and security (Department of Information Management).
In order to promote knowledge of business management, the faculty has also published non-textbooks such as: “10 critical courses about Internet +”, “Organizational Behavior. Respecting People & Enhancing Management”, “Financial Report Analysis”, “Avoiding Mistakes and Be A winner in Investment”, “The Essence of Strategic Management
”, “Consumer Behavior”, and “Statistics”…etc.
RUEY-SHAN GUO (郭瑞祥)Full Bio
The College of Management aims to be a leading management school in Asia and to exert global impact based on outstanding educational and research capabilities. To do so , we are determined to increase affairs, as well as to establish a service-oriented administration. Working closely with the Associate Deans and all staff members, I have envisioned the College to contribute to the academic and business sectors in the following five aspects.
Establishing multiple learning platforms to nurture innovative management talent and excellent staff, e.g. leveraging mentoring and peer observation projects, encouraging the writing of case studies on businesses in the Chinese-speaking world to provide customized courses and to train new-coming faculty.
Setting up interdisciplinary research teams to pursue comprehensive management issues, e.g. bidding government projects, seeking out more diverse research resources, and inviting top international scholars to visit; promoting intra-college, interdisciplinary researches communities and corporate management research into Chinese-speaking firms, and seeking opportunities of international collaboration.
Fostering industry-university cooperation to help transform Taiwanese firms and facilitate entrepreneurship, e.g. continuously inviting industry experts to teach, striving for industry-university cooperation opportunities and building up network, consulting and helping industries upgrade, exerting full capabilities of the Career Development Office, and providing a platform for EMBA alumni to sponsor start-ups.
Strengthening international cooperation in order to have a global impact, e.g. increasing exchanges with staff and students from world-renowned university, signing dual-degree agreements with partner schools, working with globally prestigious consultancies in short-term courses, and continuously participating in the AAPBS and keeping on AACSB accredited.
Encouraging students to participate in social entrepreneurial initiatives to instill them social responsibility and inviting alumni to improve the “Last Mile” project.
With the help of professional managers, we are also strengthening the executive capabilities of individual functional offices led by the Associate Deans. I have great confidence in achieving these goals, and I am grateful and honored to have full support from my fellow colleagues. We will keep improving administrative processes, promoting innovative educational programs, and enhancing administrative efficiency in order to make the College a respected academic institution with ever-greater influence.