CALL FOR RESEARCH PAPERS

 

The conference theme intends to explore viewpoints on different issues related to managing the business and sustainable development of the organizations in the present digital age. To operate efficiently, it is imperative to possess knowledge on a broad spectrum of issues and concepts that affect business activities around the globe. There has been a paradigm shift towards digitization of the firms. Almost all the business activities and practices are partially or fully carried out with the help of information technology or computers. Today, organizations are increasingly judged by whether they are information-rich or information-poor. The Digital Era can be seen as the development of an evolutionary system in which technology increases the speed and breadth of knowledge turnover within the economy and society. Successful management in the new millennium requires developing new methods and approaches to suit the challenges and opportunities of this new era of digital revolution.
For whom
1. Managers/ Practitioner
2. Academicians
3. Doctoral & Post Graduate Students
4. Researchers/Consultants
Areas of interest & Sub Themes
The conference sub-themes include the following:
(i) Marketing Management
Customer Relationship Management Strategies
Consumer As Prosumer
Social Media Marketing
Innovative Supply Chain Management System
Digital/Online Marketing
Green Marketing
Unleashing Corporate Social Responsibility through Digital Media
Marketing Analytics
Sustainable Brand Equity
Consumer Behaviour in Digital Era
E commerce and Mobile marketing
Rural marketing
(ii) Human Resource Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Automation, Knowledge management and HRM
Recruitment through Social Media
E-Transformation
Human Resource Information System
Performance Management System
Handling Generational Shifts at Work place
Work Life Balance
Change management
Leadership and Communication
Changing role of human resource management in the digital age
Challenges in employee retention in information age
Strategic HRM
Global Talent Management
Competency Mapping
(iii) Finance Management
Financial Inclusion
International Financial Reporting Standards
Micro-finance
Electronic Data Interchange
Green Investments/Audit
Bit coin: The new currency
Forex and Risk Management
Portfolio Management
Financial modeling
Innovative Financing for Renewable Energy
Financial Econometrics
Online Stock markets, trading and regulations
Emerging issues and innovations in Banking and Insurance
(iv) Miscellaneous
Evolving management practices in virtual organizations
Total quality management for sustainable growth
Digital Era Governance
Mobile, RFID, digital image and Web technologies for modern society
Internet of Things
Entrepreneurship and new venture management
Business Ethics and CSR in e-firms
Knowledge Management
International Business of Indian firms and markets
Cloud computing
Big Data Analytics
Disruptive innovation and technological disintermediation
ICT in Education
IPR regime in the digital society
*The subtopics are indicative but not restrictive and any other area related with the theme can be considered

The conference theme intends to explore viewpoints on different issues related to managing the business and sustainable development of the organizations in the present digital age. To operate efficiently, it is imperative to possess knowledge on a broad spectrum of issues and concepts that affect business activities around the globe. There has been a paradigm shift towards digitization of the firms. Almost all the business activities and practices are partially or fully carried out with the help of information technology or computers. Today, organizations are increasingly judged by whether they are information-rich or information-poor. The Digital Era can be seen as the development of an evolutionary system in which technology increases the speed and breadth of knowledge turnover within the economy and society. Successful management in the new millennium requires developing new methods and approaches to suit the challenges and opportunities of this new era of digital revolution.

 

For whom

1. Managers/ Practitioner

2. Academicians

3. Doctoral & Post Graduate Students

4. Researchers/Consultants

Areas of interest & Sub Themes

The conference sub-themes include the following:

(i) Marketing Management

Customer Relationship Management Strategies

Consumer As Prosumer

Social Media Marketing

Innovative Supply Chain Management System

Digital/Online Marketing

Green Marketing

Unleashing Corporate Social Responsibility through Digital Media

Marketing Analytics

Sustainable Brand Equity

Consumer Behaviour in Digital Era

E commerce and Mobile marketing

Rural marketing

(ii) Human Resource Management

Enterprise Resource Planning

Automation, Knowledge management and HRM

Recruitment through Social Media

E-Transformation

Human Resource Information System

Performance Management System

Handling Generational Shifts at Work place

Work Life Balance

Change management

Leadership and Communication

Changing role of human resource management in the digital age

Challenges in employee retention in information age

Strategic HRM

Global Talent Management

Competency Mapping

(iii) Finance Management

Financial Inclusion

International Financial Reporting Standards

Micro-finance

Electronic Data Interchange

Green Investments/Audit

Bit coin: The new currency

Forex and Risk Management

Portfolio Management

Financial modeling

Innovative Financing for Renewable Energy

Financial Econometrics

Online Stock markets, trading and regulations

Emerging issues and innovations in Banking and Insurance

(iv) Miscellaneous

Evolving management practices in virtual organizations

Total quality management for sustainable growth

Digital Era Governance

Mobile, RFID, digital image and Web technologies for modern society

Internet of Things

Entrepreneurship and new venture management

Business Ethics and CSR in e-firms

Knowledge Management

International Business of Indian firms and markets

Cloud computing

Big Data Analytics

Disruptive innovation and technological disintermediation

ICT in Education

IPR regime in the digital society

 

*The subtopics are indicative but not restrictive and any other area related with the theme can be considered

 

 

 

 
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