2018年2月19日星期一

「可拓學」的學習分享

本文是回顧我從2016年開始學習「可拓學」所看的書, 由淺入深的一個介紹.  首先是蔡文教的「創意的革命 今天你“可拓”了嗎?. 這是一本通俗易明的入門書, 有大量國內事例作解說.  雖然說是入門, 沒有根基時, 還是感到很多地方不明白.  要看到最後一章才有簡單說明「可拓學」的基礎結構.  另一本通俗入門書是米甘干.理佛克(台東縣阿美族人)從蔡文教學得「可拓學」再出版了「不按牌理出牌」. 他主要是講解基本變換及基運算. 因年代久遠, 有些變換名稱不同.

1)      蔡文.創意的革命 今天你可拓了嗎?, 北京: 科學出版社, 2010 (第一版), 2015 (第三次印刷) (看畢)
2)      米甘干.理佛克. 不按牌理出牌, 北京: 中國書籍出版社, 2004.4 (第一版), 2005 (第二版) (看畢)


雖然我是讀了原著「可拓學」才開始讀李興森和張玲玲的「可拓創新思維及訓練」,但是我依然建議看他們的著作為先.  這樣可以更有把握去了解「可拓學」的思考方法.  接著是研讀楊春燕教最新寫成的「可拓創新方法」, 它有系統地介紹可拓創新四步法.  李興森教和張玲玲的書適一年, 而春燕教的書適授課給拓創新方法一級至三級認證課程. 「可拓創新方法」一書雖有公式, 但已經是最低限度.

3)      李興森, 張玲玲.可拓創新思維及訓練, 北京:機械工業出版社, 2016  (看畢)
4)      楊春燕. 可拓創新方法, 北京: 科學出版社, 2017  (看畢)


楊春燕, 蔡文的「可拓學」是標誌性著作, 它把整套理論由誕生至發展, 由理論至實施的方法都有描述.  內有很多公式有關集合論及變換等.  當初看時, 不明所以.  但我堅持把它看畢, 再參考其他書籍作輔助.  用英文本對應來看, 可以了解翻譯意思.  對香港常用英文上課的, 有很好的參考作用.  但如果只看英文本, 可以肯定不能了解「可拓學」的精髓所在.

5)      楊春燕, 蔡文. 「可拓學」, 北京: 科學出版社, 2014  (看畢)
6)      Yang Chunyan, Cai Wen. Extenics: Theory, Method and Application, Beijing: Science Press, 2013 & Columbus: The Educational Publisher. (作參考)


2018年2月17日星期六

Book Sharing: Flashes of Thought

The Book named “Flashes of Thought – Inspired by a dialogue at the Government Summit 2013” by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (Vice-President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai) and was published by Motivate Publishing in 2013The purpose of this collection of experiences, ideas and thoughts in the Government Summit in the UAE in Feb 2013 is simply to serve society and bring happiness to people.  The book was gift and given by Dubai professionals during ANQ Congress.  I would like to record down some valuable statements of the book for reference.


l   The government’s job is to achieve happiness for people.
l   The government of the future is open for service 24/7, all year around.
l   Does running water stop when it reaches a rock? Of course not. It turns either left or right, and continues its way.  Likewise, a positive person is confident that no challenge will stand in the way of achieving his or her goal.

Book Sharing: My Vision – Challenges in the Race for Excellence

The Book named “My Vision – Challenges in Race for Excellence” by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (Vice-President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai) and was published by Motivate Publishing in 2012.  This is a book about a unique development experience that sets a creative example for the Arab world to follow.  The book was gift and given by Dubai professionals during ANQ Congress.  I would like to record down some valuable statements of the book for reference.


The book content included:
Introduction
Part I: The Pulse of Development
-          Chapter One: The Lion and the Gazelle
Part II: The Elements of the Development Industry
-          Chapter Two: The Vision
-          Chapter Three: Leadership
-          Chapter Four: Management
-          Chapter Five: Decision-making and Teamwork
Part III: Development for Survival
-          Chapter Six: The Banks of the Creek
-          Chapter Seven: Minding the Minds
-          Chapter Eight: The Importance of My Horses
-          Chapter Nine: Positive and Negative Energy
Part IV: Excellence in Development
-          Chapter Ten: Excellence in Dubai’s Development Vision
-          Chapter Eleven: Made in Dubai
-          Chapter Twelve: Institutionalizing Excellence
Part V: The Road to the Future
-          Chapter Thirteen: The Race of Nations

2018年2月16日星期五

Quality Year of the Dog

HKSQ wises you a prosperous Year of the Dog!
The design of the Quality Year of the Dog (Dog with Q) indicates living under Quality Environment and Continual Improvement in the 2018 (Year of the Dog).

2018年2月13日星期二

FHKI Seminar on Bay Area Soar by Innovation and Industrial Upgrading Opportunities (大灣創新騰飛, 工業升級良機)

The Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) organized a seminar on Bay Area Soar by Innovation and Industrial Upgrading Opportunities (大灣創新騰飛, 工業升級良機) on 13th Feb 2018.  I registered from Hong Kong Federation of Innovative Technologies and Manufacturing Industries (FITMI) WeChat group and thanks Mr. Audy Lui invitation.  I met CityU EngD cohort Dr. Sunny Chai and we took a group photo with SEEM cohort and FITMI friends.  

(Left: I, Mr. Alex Zhong (Director, SME Funding Service, Xela Innovation Limited) (SEEM), Dr. Sunny Chai (Vice Chairman, FHKI) and Mr. Teddy Chui (Managing Director, Super Label Production))

Before the seminar, I took a photo with Mr. MY Wong (Chairman, ASTRI).


In the beginning, Mr. Jimmy Kwok (Chairman, FHKI) gave a welcome speech.  Mr. Kwok introduced the guest speaker Dr. Tieniu Tan (譚鐵牛) that he received his B.Sc. degree in electronic engineering from Xi'an Jiaotong University, China, in 1984, and his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electronic engineering from Imperial College London, U.K., in 1986 and 1989, respectively.  Details please visit Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Science at http://www.cripac.ia.ac.cn/irds/People/tnt.html .


Group photo with all FHKI representatives and guests


2018年2月10日星期六

Visit to ActiveCareGroup Intelligent Robotic Solution (Shenzhen) Limited

I appreciated Mr. Peter Suen (Pharmacist & Owner, ACP MMC) supported one of my student’s final year project to solve their real problem during machine design.  ActiveCarePharmacy Medication Management Centre (ACP MMC) was located at Fo Tan and their Group subsidiary named ACG Intelligent Robotic Solution (Shenzhen) Limited (明心智能機械人方案(深圳)有限公司) was located in Shenzhen.  We visited their subsidiary for problem solution excise. 

(Left: Peter Suen, Mr. Li (李工), Jack, Mr. Chui (徐總), Hebert, Lester and I)

We waited in Futian District at 9:30am and then went to the National Integrated Circuit Design (Shenzhen) Industrial Centre (SZICC) (深圳市 南山區 集成電路設計應用產業園).


We were arrived the company and I observed the company name was cyber and cool!
公司介绍
明心智能机器人方案(深圳)有限公司隶属香港明心医疗集团,是一家从事智能包装机器人研发与生产的公司。
明心智能机器人致力于向医药行业提供优秀的解决方案与产品。坚持以“科技创新、人文关怀”为理念。


We observed the design and operation of the part of machine.  Then we discussed the problems they faced and what methodology we would like to employ for this problem solving.  I proposed to use Six Sigma plus Extenics below.
1.      Define
2.      Measure
3.      Analysis
4.      Improve / Extenics: i) Model, ii) Extension, iii) Transformation, iv) Selection
5.      Control


I like the words and meaning.  It is a good encouragement for continual improvement of their work.


Reference:
SEEM of CityUHK - http://www.cityu.edu.hk/seem/
20150528: HKSQ Technical Visit to ActiveCarePharmacy Medication Management Centre - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2015/05/hksq-technical-visit-to.html
20140319: HKSTP Seminar to gain trust from business partners by using management tools - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2014/03/hkstp-seminar-to-gain-trust-from.html

2018年2月8日星期四

Startup Meeting with ITB and HKQAA

I was honor to arrange a short meeting for HKQAA and Innovation and Technology Bureau (ITB) on 8th Feb 2018.  This meeting aimed to continue our cooperation with HKQAA Hong Kong Registration – Startups and discussed new cooperation on Startup Directory, Charter and Research and to get ITB opinions on future development.  We took a group photo for memory.

(Left: Mr. Bryan Peng (Assistant Director, HKQAA), I, Dr. David Chung (Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology, ITB) and Mr. PC Chan (COO, HKQAA))

Photo: HKQAA team and Dr. David Chung

(Left: Mr. Adams Wong (Business Manager, HKQAA) Mr. Bryan Peng (Assistant Director, HKQAA), Dr. David Chung (Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology, ITB) and Mr. PC Chan (COO, HKQAA))

We discussed the following items:
i)                    Differentiate segment characteristic of the total startup in Hong Kong first
ii)                  Identify their need where they were B2C, B2B or B2G.
iii)                What specific tools could help startup such as increase their credibility and enter into market? (e.g. QM, ISO, CE, FDA, etc.)
iv)                Smart City Index that how we joined to China for internationalization
v)                  HKQAA introduced their Green Finance Certification Scheme

After fruitfully discussion of the short meeting, we got a lot of policy directions and insight for enhancing HKQAA proposals as well as new participating items.

Reference:
HKQAA Hong Kong Registration - Start-ups - http://hkqaa.org/en_regservice.php?catid=13

20160615: Visit to Cyberport for Quality Startup Scheme - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/06/visit-to-cyberport-for-quality-startup.html
20160819: Cyberport Smart-Clinic Seminar on HKQAA Startups Registration Scheme - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/08/cyberport-smart-clinic-seminar-on-hkqaa.html
20171220: HKSTP & HKQAA meeting with EMSD for Startup Innovation Procurement - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2017/12/hkstp-hkqaa-meeting-with-emsd-for.html
20180110: Startup Meeting among HKSTP, HKQAA and InvestHK - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2018/01/startup-meeting-among-hkstp-hkqaa-and.html
20180117:  Startup Meeting with Hong Kong Startup Council and CityU - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2018/01/startup-meeting-with-hong-kong-startup.html

2018年2月7日星期三

HKSTP Seminar on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (創新創業講座)

I received invitation from CUBIC for Seminar on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in HKSTP held on 7th Feb 2018.  It aimed to introduce Mainland China policy on Startup such as funding, competition and tax.  In the beginning, Ms. Dawn Chui (Head of business development, HKSTP) gave welcome speech.  She briefed the coming events with Ministry of Science and Technology (科技部) included National Incubator, Co-working space and HKSTP Alliance Summit, etc.


After that Ms. Lai (HKSTP) briefed the China Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition – HKSAR & Macau.  The application requirements were separated into seven industries area with three types of competition included enterprise, team and student.


The topics of competition gave by government, the park and industry.  The awards were fruitful included certificate, prize, subsidy, etc.  


2018年2月3日星期六

HKSQ Student Project Competition 2018 – Defond Plant Visit

The HKSQ Company Based Student Project Competition aims to offer an opportunity for students to work on an actual industrial case and propose resolution annually. This event allows university students to gain experience of resolving an industrial problem.  The competition included three sessions.  The first session is problems briefing and selection those problems are designed and would be explained by Sponsor Company.   Defond Electrical Industries Ltd. is the sponsor company in 2018.  The second session is factory visit and the last session is presentation of suggested solutions by different universities students.  

The second session - plant visit was held on 3rd Feb 2018.  Mr. Ricky Suen (Treasurer, HKSQ), Mr. Caleb Chin (Member, HKSQ), Mr. Ian Chin (Member, HKSQ), Ms. Minda Chiang (Former Hon. Secretary, HKSQ) and I (Chairman, HKSQ) led the visit.  We gathered in gate 11 of Futian Port at 8:30pm. Mr. Ian Chin helped for registration and Mr. Caleb Chin contacted the bus driver.


After registration, Mr. Caleb Chin led us to go to the travel bus. 


Students got on the bus on time.  


In the beginning, Mr. Michael Chan (Engineering Manager, Defond) introduced todays leaders in the plant and briefed the schedule of plant visit.


2018年2月1日星期四

CityU & Hanyang University Students visit to HKSTP 2018

Students from Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, City University of Hong Kong and from Department of Industrial Engineering, Hanyang University (Korea) visited to Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP) again on 1st Feb 2018.  Firstly, I briefed the visit agenda and introduced Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks vision and mission, as well as, our services for achieving re-industrialization and startup growth policy.


Then we took a group photo in front of my office. The visit was led by Dr. Kichun Lee (Assistant Professor, Intelligent Data System Lab, IE Dept., Hanyang University). (Second row Right third person near me)


The first visit location was Data Studio which aimed to facilitate the development of Open Data and Big Data which open to start-ups, innovation and technology companies, universities, research institutes and other parties that are interested in data usages.


2018年1月31日星期三

HKCTC Seminar on the Latest Development of Testing and Certification under CEPA

The Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification (HKCTC), Hong Kong Accreditation Service (HKAS) and Trade and Industry Department (TID) co-organized a seminar named “Latest Development of Testing and Certification under CEPA” held on 31st Jan 2018.  Two liberalization measures related to certification were introduced under the CEPA Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation signed in June 2017.  The Implementation Guide for the Articles Relating to Certification and Accreditation in the CEPA Agreement on Trade in Services promulgated in Sep 2017 included new liberalization measures in the areas of China Compulsory Certification (CCC) and factory inspection.  In the beginning, Prof. Albert Yu (Chairman, HKCTC) gave a welcoming remark. He said CEPA related to T&C industry to open T&C market in China since 2010. More and more agreements were signed to extend the scope so as to achieve one certificate and one test in Mainland China.


Mr. Chen Haiyang (陳海洋巡視員) (Director General, Department for International Cooperation, Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CNCA)) gave an opening speech.  He said the part related testing and certification in CEPA could help the industry development and enhance made in China quality as well as convenience for trade.  


Then all guests took a group photo.
(Left: Mr. KW Chen (HKAS), Ms. Bella SW Ho (Executive Administrator, HKAS), Ms. Jane Lee (Secretary-General (Test & Certification), HKCTC). Mr. Liu Xin (CQC), Mr. Chen Haiyang (CNCA), Prof. Albert Yu (Chairman, HKCTC),M. Wang Yali (CNCA) and TID representative)


Mr. Wang Yali (王亞力先生) (Department for Certification Supervision, CNCA) was the first speaker and his topic named “New Liberalization Measures introduced under the Implementation Guide for Articles Relating to the Certification and Accreditation of the CEPA Agreement on Trade in Services.  He firstly introduced the history of the CEPA arrangement since 2003.  Until 2010, the supplementary VII was signed and Hong Kong T&C industry was allowed to join CCC task in Mainland China under limited scope.  Then the supplementary VIII (2011), IX (2012) and X (2013) were also signed to enhance the scope of CCC for Hong Kong T&C industry.


2018年1月30日星期二

HKIE Forum on Hong Kong Innovation and Technology Development

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) organized the Forum named “HKIE Forum on Hong Kong Innovation and Technology Development” on 30th Jan 2018. The forum aimed to keep our members updated of the Administration’s policy on the development of innovation and technology in Hong Kong and to have a better understanding of how the Hong Kong engineering professionals can get involved in the development.  Before the seminar, I took a photo with HKIE President and Vice President, as well as, my friends for memory.

(Left: I, Ir. Dr. Samuel Fung (EngD), Ir. Thomas KC Chan (President), Ir. Dr. Yuen Pak Leung (Vice President), and Ir. Prof. Philip Chan (Stanford/CAG Postdoc Advisor))

In the beginning, Ir. Thomas KC Chan (President, HKIE) gave a welcome speech and introduced the background of guest speaker to us.


Dr. David Chung (Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology, ITB) was the guest speaker and his topic was “Hong Kong Innovation and Technology Development”.  Firstly, David briefed the 4th Industrial Revolution that disrupted every business, government and people in every country.  


2018年1月29日星期一

HKSTP Sensor Lab Soft Launch

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) launched Sensor Hub in Hong Kong Science Park on 6th Sep 2017.  It opened the Park for testing latest sensor technologies to expedite the research and development of related innovative products and solutions.  Today, our Sensor Lab was soft launch.  In a sensor development cycle, pilot back-end production and testing are critical as many trials and design processes are involved before moving on to final production.  The establishment of Sensor Lab provided hardware and software for such pilot run so as to support startups and SMEs.  I took a photo in front of the Sensor Lab.




The Objectives of Sensor Lab are to enable local and overseas technology enterprises, R&D centres and universities to:
-          Discover their magic formula in fabrication and packaging when making new sensor components, products and devices; and
-          Conduct pilot run on new sensor prototypes to integrated sensor products for partners and public sectors.
It also aims to breed more pilot trial projects for innovative sensor development.
There were two areas of cleanroom upto the class 100.  One is behind me in the diagram below and the other is in Yellow Room.


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