1st Edition

Digital Transformation for Business and Society Contemporary Issues and Applications in Asia

    334 Pages 66 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    The advancement of technology, such as data analytics and AI, has led to the birth of Industry 4.0, in which technology seems to be at the centre of development. However, as the COVID-19 pandemic created havoc, the entire world production chain was seriously affected, highlighting that machines alone, although fully connected and automated, cannot function without people.

    This book addresses contemporary issues and the impact of digital transformation on individuals, businesses and governments in Asia. As Asian nations are moving fast towards the digital economy, this edited collection offers new perspectives on understanding emerging business opportunities as well as the challenges faced. Chapters explore the variables that accelerate digital transformation, notably the COVID-19 pandemic, the rapid development of information and communication technology, AI, big data and affordable internet access, and their impact on business and society.

    With rich, empirical studies from leading researchers, this book will be a reference for academics and scholars across business disciplines, including information, technology and innovation management, organisational and strategic management, as well as those interested in industrial development.

    List of Contributors

    List of Reviewers

    Acknowledgements

    Introduction

    1 Job Creation vs Job Destruction Following Industrial Revolution 4.0

    ELYA NABILA ABDUL BAHRI AND WANG MIN

    2 Towards Digital Servant Leadership for Organisational Stability: Driving Processes in the Pandemic Age

    MIFTACHUL HUDA, AHMAD FAIZUDDIN BIN RAMLI, MAHYUDIN RITONGA, MOHAMAD MARZUQI BIN ABDUL RAHIM, ABD HADI BORHAM, AZMIL HASHIM, HAFIZUL FAHRI HANAFI AND NOR KALSUM MOHD ISA

    3 The Use of Big Data System in National Digital Talent Development in Industrial Revolution 4.0 Era

    AHMAD BUDI SETIAWAN, AMRI DUNAN AND BAMBANG MUDJIYANTO

    4 Factors Affecting Work-Life Balance in the Digital Transformation Age of the Post-COVID-19 Era: A Case Study of the Malaysian Utility Company Executives

    HIDAYAH SULAIMAN, ROHAINI RAMLI AND MOHAMMAD AMRAN BIN ABDUL RAHMAN

    5 Super Smart Society 5.0: Innovation in Public Policy Post-Industry 4.0

    ABDUL MALIK OMAR AND MUHAMMAD ANSHARI

    6 Industry 4.0 Human Interaction Design in Rail Transportation Manufacture: Human-Centric Approach at Labour-Intensive Industry

    AGUNG SEDAJU, IKA NURUL QAMARI AND HERU KURNIANTO TJAHJONO

    7 A Comparative Study on Activities of Technology Commercialisation in the ASEAN Member States – Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Singapore

    RAMYA RAVI AND MANTHAN D. JANODIA

    8 Visualisation of Accounting and Financial Information

    AAMAR RAZZIQ BIN MOHAMMAD KAMARUL SHAH, TENGKU SITI MERIAM BINTI TENGKU WOOK, ZAIHOSNITA HOOD AND RATNA ZUARNI RAMLI

    9 Digitalisation and Sustainable Finance in Indonesian Islamic Banks

    LISA LISTIANA AND RAHMI EDRIYANTI

    10 Mobile Payment: Trends in the Digital Shopping Behaviour of the Millennial Generation

    SYAFRIZAL HELMI SITUMORANG

    11 Model of Regulation of Platform-Based Transportation System in Indonesia: A Formative Study from Government Perspective

    AHMAD BUDI SETIAWAN, ARI CAHYO NUGROHO, KARMAN AND KASMAD ARIANSYAH

    12 Digitalisation of SMEs in the Food and Beverage Industry: A Case Study of Brunei Darussalam

    NADIA SYAHIRAH AJI, NUR HAAZIMAH RASYIDAH IBRAHIM, HAZIMAH HAMDAN, SITI NUR SYIFAA BORHANNORDIN, NURAFIQAH NORAZMI AND MOHAMMAD NABIL ALMUNAWAR

    13 Data Governance of the National Health Information System in Indonesia’s One Data Policy Against COVID-19 Pandemic

    AHMAD BUDI SETIAWAN, ARIS YULIANTO AND MARIA HOLLY HERAWATI

    14 From Digital Ethics to Digital Partnership Skills: Driving a Safety Strategy to Expand the Digital Community?

    MIFTACHUL HUDA, AHMAD FAIZUDDIN BIN RAMLI, MAHYUDIN RITONGA, MOHAMAD MARZUQI BIN ABDUL RAHIM, ABD HADI BORHAM, AZMIL HASHIM, HUSNA HUSAIN AND NOR KALSUM MOHD ISA

    Biography

    Mohammad Nabil Almunawar is currently an associate professor at the School of Business and Economics, Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBDSBE), Brunei Darussalam. His overall research interests include applications of IT in management, e-business/commerce, digital marketplace/ platform, digital transformation, digital business ecosystem, health informatics, information security and cloud computing. Currently, he focuses his research on digital platforms and the digital business ecosystem. He has published more than 100 papers in refereed journals, books and book chapters. He is Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR), an associate editor of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM) and a member of many editorial boards of international journals.

    Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos is a full professor in the Department of Business Administration in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Oviedo, Spain. Her teaching and research interests focus on the areas of strategic management, knowledge management, intellectual capital and information technologies. She serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Routledge book series Advances on Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management, IGI Global’s International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM) and Inderscience’s International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital (IJLIC).

    Muhammad Anshari is a researcher and academic staff at UBD School of Business & Economics, Brunei Darussalam, and currently serves as Deputy Director of the Institute of Policy Studies at the same university. He received his BMIS (Hons) from the International Islamic University Malaysia, his Master of IT (E-Business) from James Cook University Australia and his PhD from Universiti Brunei Darussalam. His current research interests include Business Information Systems, Knowledge Management Systems, Industry 4.0, Big Data in business, FinTech and Healthcare Information Systems.