Global Conference on Innovations in Management (GCIM2011)
Venue: City University London
|Event Date/Time: Jul 21, 2011||End Date/Time: Jul 22, 2011|
|Registration Date: Jul 01, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 30, 2011|
|Abstract Submission Date: May 31, 2011|
About the conference
The global conference is a place for researchers, academics, public sector workers and practitioners alike to come together and share their knowledge, research and best practices. The conference is open to all areas of business and management, including but not limited to: Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, Public Sector Management, Information Technology Management, Information Systems, Economics, etc.
Habib Khan, PhD. Professor Khan holds a Masters and a PhD degree from Harvard University. He has more than three decades of rich experience in international education development. He is one of the pioneers of Educational Management Information Systems (EMIS), and the use of GIS in decision making. He has taught in a number of universities across the globe, including Harvard Universityâ€™s Kennedy School of Government.
CIBMP has teemed up with a number of journals for various conferences. In our last conference, two journals sponsored special issues for the CIBMP. The International Journal of Online Marketing and the International Journal of Finance and Management published over 30 papers in two special issues.
Similarly for the Global Conference 2011 we have teamed up with the International Journal of â€œInnovatory Marketingâ€ and to International Journal of Finance and Management publish special issues. Each journal will have their own selection criteria. It is recommended that you visit the sites of these journals to get more info. Also, please note that CIBMP itself does not run these journals, nor do we manage them. If you have questions related to these journals, please contact them directly.
Quick paper selection process
All papers are blind peer reviewed. However, we endeavor to get back to you in the shortest possible time frame. The conference works on a first come, first reserve basis. Once a paper has been submitted, it will be sent off to reviewers. If the paper passes the criteria for selection, i.e. it gets enough marks from the reviewers, a notification will be sent immediately. Hence, there is no need to wait for deadlines, and you as the author will get a reply in a short period of time, allowing you to make appropriate arrangements for your travel, etc.
For those speakers who are unable to attend the conference physically, you can still have your paper published! We will allow you to make an online presentation. You can send us your presentation and/or a video, which will then be uploaded to the site. This will allow you to have a paper published, and get feedback! Please contact us if you have any issues in getting to London, and would like to arrange an online presentation. You can get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Doctoral researchers (PhD scholars) are strongly encouraged to attend and participate in the doctoral symposium which is being held concurrently. The doctoral symposium offers PhD scholars the opportunity to share their research or ideas with other like-minded individuals and get feedback. You can submit an abstract of your research. The research can be in any stage of the process. You will benefit from getting feedback on your work, meeting other students who may be doing similar work and the opportunity to network with people from all across the globe. The conference will also organize a â€˜meet the editorsâ€™ event, where you will have the opportunity to meet with journal editors to find out what it takes to get your work published.
Although we can provide a relatively fast decision on your paper (within 7-14 days), we do have a limited number of spaces available for presenters. Therefore it is suggested that you send us your papers as soon as possible. Never-the-less the following are a list important dates for you to put down in your diaries:
Â· Final date for abstract submission: May 31, 2011
(We encourage you to submit your abstract as early as possible to get your feedback about paper acceptance)
Â· Early bird registration ends on April 30, 2011
Â· Last date for registration: July 1, 2011
Â· Conference dates, July 21-22, 2011
Submitting a paper
Please submit an abstract of your paper with a word limit of 600 words. We welcome all forms of research methodologies, including case studies, quantitative research, in-depth interviews, focus groups, other qualitative research, as well as practitioner cases. When submitting the abstract, please make two documents. The first should have the names, affiliations, and contact details of the authors, as well as the title of the paper, and up to 5 keywords that describe the paper. The second document will have the main body of your paper, with its title. Please do not include any author details in the abstract / paper submission.
Once an abstract is accepted, you can chose to either include only the abstract in the conference proceedings, or publish a full paper. Full papers should be no longer than 20 double spaced pages, including references and appendices. For paper formatting click here to download the guidelines. Papers should be original work, and not have been published elsewhere. By submitting a paper to the conference, the authors agree that their work has not been published elsewhere, and is their original work.
Please send your submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organize a special session
If you would like to arrange a special session on a particular topic of interest then you will need to submit a proposal for this. The special session can be any topic, however you need to justify its relevant to the conference. You should also specify the proposed speakers within this session. Please note, if you wish to submit a proposal for a special session, you will be responsible for arranging the speakers for this session.
Doctoral Symposium: Â£200 (gives you access to both the main conference as well as the symposium)
Fee for members: Â£150
Early Bird Fee: Â£200 (before 30th April, 2011)
Normal Registration Fee: Â£300 (up till the 1st of July, 2011).
Fee for presenting more than 1 paper: Â£150 (for each subsequent paper)
Please note, online presentation fee remains the same as the normal fee.
The conference will be held in London. The city is home of the London 2012 Olympics. London is one of the major financial capitals of the world. London is also the home to Chelsea and Arsenal Football clubs. The city offers major attractions including, Big Ben, London Eye, Many Museums and Art Galleries, Hyde Park, Harrods, the West End, etc. For tourist information please visit the following link: www.visitlondon.com
Doctoral students can benefit from low cost student accommodation at the university campus. There are limited spaces available, so please get in touch with us as soon as possible. For accommodation inquiries, please email@example.com.