2nd International Conference on Management, IBSA - ICON 07 (IBSA - ICON 07)
Venue: SPIPA Premises
|Event Date/Time: Dec 27, 2007||End Date/Time: Dec 29, 2007|
|Registration Date: Nov 01, 2007|
|Abstract Submission Date: Aug 16, 2007|
|Paper Submission Date: Oct 01, 2007|
GLOBALIZATION: OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES
Whether we like it or not, globalization is the order of the day. Globalization is affecting all of the social, political and economic structures and processes. One critical issue that emerges from all the restructuring processes is the central role of knowledge, education and learning for the success of the global information society and global information economy. Knowledge is becoming an increasingly important factor of production; more important than land, labor and capital.
Globalization has profound implications for developing countries. It creates new opportunities. The new opportunities are accompanied by tough new challenges of economic management which are well worth pursuing.
With this perspective, IBS Ahmedabad, throws its doors open to a lively 3-day 2nd International Conference on Management – IBSA-ICON 07 – at Ahmedabad between 27th and 29th December 2007 for a constructive dialogue on the issues related to Opportunities and Challenges emerging out of globalization.
The Conference offers an opportunity for researchers, policy makers and industry practitioners from across the globe to engage in a constructive dialogue on globalization and emerging issues. The Conference program is designed to offer a mix of research papers, presentations including case studies, invited lectures and roundtable/panel discussions.
Themes and sub-themes of relevance of the Conference are mentioned in the Annexure.
CALL FOR RESEARCH PAPERS / CASE STUDIES.
As an integral part of the Conference, papers on the theme – both conceptual as also empirical are invited from :
• Researchers including students from educational institutions and universities in India and Abroad
• Professionals including executives, practitioners and consultants from industry in India and Abroad
• Policy makers, professional bodies and associations.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
Abstracts must not exceed 1,000 words. Papers will be selected based on the abstracts submitted. The abstract must include :
• Title of presentation
• Three to five key words
• General topic of relevance for the Conference selected
• Author’s name, title, organization affiliation, addresses (postal and email), phone/fax numbers, and
• Clearly delineated objective, scope, developments, and conclusions are to be covered.
The deadline for submission of Abstracts is : 16th August 2007.
Contributors whose papers abstracts are selected for full paper submission and presentation will be intimated by 1st September 2007. The deadline for submission of full papers/presentations is October 1, 2007. Only electronic submission in the form of a PDF/MS Word version of the paper should be mailed to : email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
All paper submissions will be subject to blind review by multiple reviewers. Authors should avoid identifying themselves in the text or title. The Conference organizers will have the final authority over the review process and all decisions relating to acceptance of papers. Review criteria include originality of ideas, managerial and technical soundness, significance of results, and quality of presentation. Notification of acceptance or rejection of submitted papers will be communicated to the corresponding author.
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS :
Conference proceedings consisting of papers which the committee would find to be enriching, would be published in the form of a book which will be released during the inaugural session of the Conference. All accepted papers will be published in the hard copy and CD-ROM versions of the IBSA-ICON 07 provided at least one author registers for the Conference by November 1, 2007. The best papers may also be published in the appropriate ICFAI Publications.
PAPER PRESENTATION IN ABSENTIA
Those who cannot come to the Conference for reasons beyond their control, but wish to present a paper in absentia are encouraged to send in full paper by October 1, 2007. Such papers, if fit in the conference theme and volume, could as an exception, be included in the conference proceedings. A processing fee of US $ 50 (Rs. 500 for scholars in India) should be included for each paper submitted for presentation in absentia.
PAPER PRESENTATION SCHEDULE
Selected papers from the accepted entries will be invited for presentation in a 20 minute period including time for questions at the Conference Venue.
BEST PAPER AWARDS
Outstanding paper awards will be given to the best papers, one in each of the three categories viz., research, conceptual and student categories presented at the conference.
For Indian Participants/Delegates:
• Delegates from Academic Institutions (India) Rs.2,500/- each
• Corporate/Industry Delegates (India) Rs.3,500/- each
• Students from Institutions within India Rs.1,000/- each
For Foreign Participants/Delegates: US$ 200 or equivalent in Indian Rupees.
All participants attending the conference are required to register for the conference by November 1, 2007. Participants who will register after this deadline will be required to pay an additional amount of Rs. 500 in case of Indian registrations and US$ 50 in case of foreign registrations.
The registration fee includes admission to all technical sessions, tea breaks, lunches (December 27-29, 2007), the welcome reception dinner and other social events. The participants are welcome to bring guests. A nominal guest registration fee of Rs. 1000/- will include lunches (December 27-29, 2007), the welcome reception dinner and other social events.
The Conference Committee will be making all efforts to provide good and affordable accommodation to all participants on cost basis, in hotels/hostels close to the conference venue . Payments to be made in advance.
PRESENTATIONS / PLENARY SESSIONS
The conference will also have invited presentations on major themes by eminent personalities/industry leaders, and academicians. Besides this, the plenary sessions will be chaired/conducted by experts in the respective fields.
• Chairman : Dr. Pramod Verma
• Patron : Prof. P. Balabhaskaran
• Convener : Prof. Pankaj Madhani
ADVISORY COMMITTEE :
• Dr. V.V. Rama Subba Rao, I.A.S. (Retd.), Gandhinagar.
• Prof. T.V. Rao, Director, T.V.Rao Learning Systems, Ahmedabad
• Dr. Binod C. Agrawal, Director, TALEEM Research Foundation, Ahmedabad
• Mr. Ashok Garde, Ex-Director, ATIRA.
• Mr. Sunil Parekh, Advisor, Zydus Cadila, Ahmedabad
• Mr. Alan D’Souza, Executive Director, Mudra Communications Ltd.
Please address all queries regarding papers and other conference details to
IBSA ICON 07
(IBS Ahmedabad International Conference On Management)
Icfai Business School
ICFAI House, Nr. GNFC Info. Tower S.G. Road, Bodakdev,
Ahmedabad 380 054, INDIA
Tel: 079-26858632. Fax: 079-26850107.
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Training and Development
Workforce Diversity & Work Culture
Changing Nature of HR
Value Based Management
New Managerial Practices
Corporate Social Responsibility
Organization Culture and Motivation
Creating High Performance Organization
HR Issues in M & A
India-Emerging Knowledge Hub
Foreign Universities in India
Emerging Branches in Global Economy
Quality Enhancement in Education
Education Standards and Accreditation
Ethics in Education
India: Major Source of Skilled Work Force
Role of IT in Education
Financial Sector Reforms
Financial Reporting and Disclosure practices
Towards Unified Accounting Practices
Transparency and Voluntary Disclosure
Accounting Standards and practices
Intangible Assets: Measurement and Evaluation
Global Integration of Capital Market
Enterprise Risk Management
Changing Role of Government
Emerging Markets in Developing Countries
Emergence of SMEs
Infrastructure and Development
Inflation and Growth
Trade, Exchange Rate and BOP
Growth With Equity
Global Service Marketing
Diffusion of Creativity
Global Branding and Positioning
Retailing and Globalize Economy
Global Supply Chain Management
Emerging Countries in Globalize Economy
High Performance Culture
Socio-Cultural Issues in Marketing
Internet & Social marketing
Customer Value Creation
Product Lifecycle Management
Retail Management: Mall Vs Hyper Market
Business Competitiveness and Strategy
Strategies in Global Integration
Globalization and Social Welfare
Collaboration Vs Competition
Strategic Decision Making for Competitive Advantage
Strategic Management Control
Business and IT
Mergers and Acquisitions
Business Process Management
Strategies for Sustainable Performance
Cyber Laws and Network Security
E-Commerce and M- Commerce
Technology Transfer and Absorption
ERP / ERP II
Data Warehousing and Data Mining
Technology Convergence and Integration
Technology and Health Care
Technology and Retailing Sector
IT Driven Education and Training
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
RFID Enabled Supply Chain
E-Procurement and Web-based Supply Chain Management
3rd Party Logistics (3PL) / 4PL
Outsourcing and Off shoring
Knowledge Industry and KPO
IT & ITES
Clinical Research and Global Pharma Industry
Ecology and Environmental Issues
Role of UN
Intellectual Property Rights
Corporate Governance and Business Ethics
Forms of Government
Role of Judiciary