Invited Speakers of ICIBE 2022

  • Dr.Yogi Tri Prasetyo is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, Mapúa University, Philippines. He received a Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering from Universitas Indonesia (2013) with a GPA higher than 3.50/4.00. He received an MBA (2015) and a Ph.D. (2019) at the age of 27 from the Department of Industrial Management National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), with a concentration in human factors and ergonomics. He was awarded as NTUST Outstanding Youth with a perfect GPA of 4.00/4.00. He has a wide range of research interests including human-computer interaction particularly related to eye movement, color optimization of military camouflage, strategic product design, usability analysis, and now he is currently doing accident analysis and prevention. He published several SCI journals in International Journal of Infectious Diseases, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Displays, Color Research and Application, Journal of Eye Movement Research, several non-SCI journals such as Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity, Malaysian Journal of Public Health Medicine, International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, and also several conference proceedings. In addition, Dr.Yogi has contributed to several international conferences as co-chair, chair session, and even committee member with numerous of best presentation awards.

    Abstract: Disaster management is an important part of sustainable development. Researchers, practitioners, and even government think of disasters as recurring events with four phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery. In this speech, several publications related to applied cognitive and macro ergonomics which related to sustainable development for disaster management will be discussed. Those include the visual icons for health communication during the COVID-19 pandemic, health behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 Taal volcano eruption, reopening Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, vulnerability to natural hazards, and even the earthquake preparedness.

  • Associate Professor Assadej Vanichchinchai received his Ph.D. (GPA 4.00/4.00) in Management of Technology from the Asian Institute of Technology; M.Sc (with distinction) in Engineering Business Management from the University of Warwick; M.Eng in Engineering Management; B.Eng in Industrial Engineering from Chulalongkorn University; and LL.B from Ramkhamhaeng University. He is a practitioner of and researcher into lean, supply chain and quality management. Dr. Assadej worked for leading organizations such as Toyota Motor, Thailand Productivity Institute, and Nestle. He served as Director of Ph.D., M.Eng, and MS programs in Logistics and Supply Chain for Sripatum University and Mahidol University. Currently, he is a lecturer at Mahidol University. He has also been appointed to be an independent director in public companies and state enterprises such as the Government Pharmaceutical Organization, the Public Warehouse Organization, the Police Printing Bureau and the Fish Marketing Organization. Dr. Assadej has been presented with many international and national academic and practitioner awards such as the Emerald & European Foundation for Management Development Outstanding Doctoral Research Award. There have also been many outstanding research awards from the National Research Council of Thailand and the National Institute of Development Administration; the National Consultant Award from the Ministry of Industry; and the Outstanding Academic Staff Award from the Association of Private Higher Education Institutes of Thailand. He has published in multiple journals, such as International Journal of Production Research, Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, Operations Management Research and International Journal of Lean Six Sigma.

    Abstract: Healthcare businesses significantly contribute not only to the economy but also to quality of life. A hospital is a high-contact service business, which needs quality encounters between front-line staff and patients. Most studies on service quality have been carried out from the customer perspective. Most healthcare service quality literature collected data only from hundreds of respondents in a hospital, a few or a small number of health units, or in one city.

    Thailand’s healthcare system has been ranked 6th in the world. This study explores service quality expectation, perception and satisfaction in outpatient departments in Thailand and proposes the priority nonconformity index (PNCI) to assess overall prioritization of efforts in relation to expectations. Data was collected from multiple-responding care providers in 220 hospitals nationwide. Paired-samples t-test and importance-performance analysis (IPA) were used for analysis. The PNCI was initiated to evaluate the overall conformity between expectation and perception and to suggest strategies for improvement. Findings from this study can be employed to develop strategic policies to improve Thai hospitals as a whole. The newly developed PNCI can be used as an indicator to assess efficiency of resource allocation to fit better with customer requirements.

  • Associate Professor Bambang Leo Handoko, academics and practitioners in the field of Auditing. Experience as auditor in public accounting firm, internal auditor for corporations and auditor for securing vital objects of the National Police Headquarters. He is an expert in financial auditing, forensic accounting, information technology auditing and also e-business. He has had many international publications in reputable journals and proceedings with many citation and acknowledgement from international researchers. He had won a lot of research grant from institution and government. Currently work as Subject Content Coordinator Auditing in Accounting Department, Faculty of Economic and Communication, Bina Nusantara University of Indonesia. He also technical committee in many reputable journal publisher and earn Scopus hi Index.

    Abstract: In this era of industry 4.0, all fields have become digital, including accounting and auditing. Auditors must keep up with the times by adopting audit technology, one of which is audit software. In addition, the current Covid-19 pandemic condition requires auditors to carry out remote audits. Remote audit itself must be supported by the auditor's ability to operate audit software. Our motivation for conducting this research is to find out what factors influence a financial auditor to adopt technology, namely software audits amid the pressure of the Covid-19 pandemic. This study is a quantitative study, we use the approach of the Technology Acceptance Model and Social Cognitive Model as well as remote audit to predict auditors' attitude toward using technology. Our study uses a sample of auditors working in public accounting firms in Jakarta, Indonesia. Methods of data collection by distributing questionnaires to respondents. The analytical method used is the structural equation modeling partial least square, we use the Smart PLS statistical software version 3. The results of your research state that technology self-efficacy, social participation, perceived ease of use, and remote audit have a significant effect on auditors' attitude toward using technology, while perceived usefulness has no significant effect.