Global Conference on Managing in Recovering Markets (GCMRM-2014) (GCMRM 2014)

Organization: Management Development Institute (MDI)

Venue: MDI, GURGAON

Location: GURGAON, HARYANA, India

Event Date/Time: Mar 05, 2014 End Date/Time: Mar 07, 2014
Registration Date: Jan 20, 2014
Paper Submission Date: Dec 01, 2013
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Description

This is by MDI Gurgaon to forge deeper global connections in an increasingly connected world. The GCMRM would be a series of four international conferences that will be hosted across the globe in the next 3 years. While the first such conference, the curtain raiser, will be held at the campus of MDI Gurgaon, India, during 5th -7th March 2014; the subsequent conferences will be held in Europe, South Asia, Australia and the USA during 2014, 2015 and 2016. This curtain raiser is planned in association with Australian centre for Asian Business, University of South Adelaide, Australia and Faculty of Economics & Business, University of Maribor, Slovenia.

The conference at MDI will serve as a brain-storming platform for industry – academia interaction and will host policy makers, business practitioners, researchers and entrepreneurs. While collaborating around shared values – the participants will deliberate on the issues of the recovering environment and strategic responses to the challenges that have emanated as a consequence. The conference will also serve as a think-tank for industry policies.

MDI Gurgaon would witness participation from authors from across the world, who will be invited to submit their original research papers. These works would be assessed based on technical suitability, scope of work and relevance to the theme. Participants would also have an opportunity to network to establish new connections from the industry and academia to collaborate, share ideas and forge partnerships, while enjoying a series of cultural activities, receptions.

Focusing on developing cross sector partnerships among organizations dedicated to making lasting change -  the 3 day conference will be a very good opportunity not only for those interested in research & academia, but also for students interested in joining the industry, as it will enlighten young minds on the strategic solutions to contemporary issues faced by global economies.

Venue

MDI, GURGAON
Mehrauli Road
GURGAON
HARYANA
India
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Organizations

Management Development Institute (MDI)
Mehrauli Road
GURGAON
HARYANA
122007
India

Additional Information

Workshop Opportunities

The researchers, practitioners, and experts are invited to host workshop of their interest and expertise in line with the conference theme. The workshops can be offered in different format including one track of 3 hours, or two sessions of each 1.5 hours on two days. The experts interested to offer a workshop in the conference may contact at gcchair@gcmrm.org, and gcchair@mdi.ac.in.

Workshop Participation

The participants of the conference are invited to attend the workshops offered in different tracks of the event. The specific details about the workshops would be updated on the website by Dec 31, 2013. You may send your queries and express your interest at gcchair@gcmrm.org, and gcchair@mdi.ac.in.

Contribution to the Body of Knowledge

GCMRM is a way to contribute towards the research in academia and industry. The presenters get an access to a wider international audience and think-tank. The practitioners get an access to explore the business and consulting opportunities. The researchers get an access to the recent areas of research in their individual domains.

Sharing Regional best practices and case studies

Access to new business and customers Global Collaboration between Professional Associations, Institutions and Societies Networking Places to visit in India

You are invited to submit your paper on the following suggested tracks (The above tracks are indicative and not exhaustive).

Conference Tracks

General Management

  • Innovation as a tool for Enterprises
  • New Techniques of Researching in a Recovering Market
  • Cross Cultural Management
  • Services Management

Finance & Accounting

  • Debt Management
  • Financial Markets

Information Technology

  • Issues of E-Governance
  • Challenges in Managing Information Systems
  • Supply Shocks
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Business Intelligence
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Big Data/Cloud Computing

Operations Management

  • Decision Science and Optimization
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Project Management

Corporate Strategic Management

  • Outsourcing
  • Zero Hour Contacts

Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior

  • Employee-Employer Relationships
  • Organizational Fairness in HR Practices
  • Trust Deficit
  • Legal Issues in Employment
  • Talent Management Issues
  • Rebranding the Employer
  • Strategic Human Resources Management

Marketing Management

  • Understanding and Tapping Markets
  • Consumer Networks
  • Changing Nature of Customers
  • Consumer-Company and Consumer Dynamics
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Branding Issues
  • Technology & Marketing
  • Selling & Sales Management

Business Communication

  • Changing Expectations and Managing them in a Recovering Market
  • Social Exchange Practices for Effective Performance

Economics

  • Fiscal versus Monetary Deficit – Policy Management
  • Trade Promotions and Investments

Information Science

 

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