The Rules of Work” is a popular book by Richard Templar. Based on the 100 rules there, I will present a list of essential ones and add my insights. The audience will be asked to challenge and to supplement the rules. The purpose is to promote harmony in our workplace for higher efficiency.
Professor Yum was born in Shanghai. He received primary and secondary school education in Hong Kong. He went to Columbia University and was awarded BS, MS, MPh and PhD degrees in 1974, 1975, 1977 and 1978 respectively. He joined Bell Telephone Laboratories in April 1978 working on switching and signaling systems for 2.5 years. Then, he taught at National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan for 2 years before joining The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1982. He is now serving as Dean of Engineering.
Professor Yum has published widely in Internet research with contributions to routing, buffer management, deadlock handling, message resequencing and multi-access protocols. He then branched out to work on cellular network, lightwave networks, video distribution networks and 3G networks. His recently research is in the areas of RFID, sensor networks and wireless positioning technologies.