ASEAN Social Business Conference
Pre-Conference Workshop on the Beginner Guide to Delphi Method
1 November 2023 | 9:30am to 11:00am | B1-L01
Prof. Dr. Walton Wider
Professor Dr. Walton Wider began his academic professional journey in 2017 and has already achieved tremendous milestones in his field. He is a prolific researcher whose work has made significant contributions to the fields of education, psychology, and management. With over 100 papers published in academic journals, his research has been instrumental in promoting interdisciplinary collaborations and partnerships between educators, psychologists, and managers, leading to innovative solutions for complex problems. As a result, he has earned widespread recognition in the academic community. In addition, Professor Dr. Walton Wider serves as an editor for INTI Journal and City University eJournal of Academic Research (CUeJAR), and as a reviewer for Horizon Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (JHSSR), Malaysian Journal of Psychology (JPM), Frontiers in Psychology (Positive Psychology), and MDPI (IJERPH). His editorial and reviewing work demonstrates his commitment to advancing the quality of research in his field and his willingness to support the work of his colleagues. Despite his relatively short career, he remains dedicated to pushing the boundaries of education, psychology, and management in communities in Malaysia. He is highly motivated to continue advancing his research and is committed to training and mentoring the next generation of researchers.
Prof. Dr. Amran Rasli
ASBC SOCIAL BUSINESS WEEK
Oct 30th to Nov 2nd 2023
This year we endeavor to focus deeper on Social Enterprise: Beyond Hybridity topics to create and share the experience by providing sustainable livelihood for those who need. This conference seeks to give entrepreneurs, managers, researchers, academics, and students to come together to discuss concepts and themes in Social Business. This will make it possible to collaborate and exchange ideas issues related to social business especially on issues related to the reduction in poverty, unemployment as well as net carbon emission. By doing this, we hope that the conference's results will help our community make strong resolutions on how they can move closer towards the attainment of the SDG goal.