International Conference at GITAM Hyderabad Business School January 09, 2018

Last Updated - January 11 2018

8th January, Hyderabad: GITAM Hyderabad Business School (GHBS) is going to conduct an International Conference on ‘Disruption Ideas and Narratives for Management and Leadership’ at its campus on 9-10th March 2018. Prof. Y.Lakshman Kumar, Dean, and Director, GHBS has informed in a press announcement on 2nd January 2018.

Disruptive thinking has led to path-breaking innovations and has generated creative ideas in management thinking and leadership. Japanese-Management and Indian-Management have founded themselves as alternatives to America-Management. ‘Design-thinking’ is an upcoming area, which will be comprehensively used in creative thinking and innovative problem solving and provides possibilities of disruptive thinking in management and leadership.

The objectives of the conference are to deliberate on the disruptive innovations and transformations which have happened in the field of management in past years and their impact on management thinking and to explore ways in which disruption can be used to create holistic organizations.

Academicians, Practitioners, Entrepreneurs, Policy Makers, Consultants, Researchers, Students, Social Scientists and other like-minded people working in the above-mentioned areas in India, SAARC countries and other parts of the world can send their submissions for the conference. The accepted papers currently at the conference will be published with ISBN number.

The last date for submission of the abstract is 25th January 2018 and full paper on 20th February 2018. The registration will be closed on 15th February 2018.

For registration, fee and any other details, you can contact Dr. Divya Kirti Gupta, Conference Convenor 08455-221361 / 65 or mail to hbsic@gitam.edu.

P.R.O.,
GU Hyderabad, 94 94 65 66 77

Last Updated - 09 Jan 2018
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