Our colleague assoc. prof. Kathrin Kirchner is editing the special issue on "Digitalization of Knowledge Work and Its Influence on Occupational Health" together with assoc. prof. Christine Ipsen from Technical University of Denmark.
Digitalization of knowledge work opens the door to an increase in occupational health challenges —in particular of a psychosocial and organizational nature —that need to be better understood and managed. The special issue will therefore focus on answering questions like: What is the positive and negative influence of a digitalized knowledge work environment on the occupational health? Or: How is the influence of such a working environment perceived by different groups of employees? And what are the managerial actions and interventions that workplaces can take to improve or secure employees’ wellbeing?
The deadline is 31st of July 2020.
More details about the CfP can be found at:
The VIII edition of STRATEGICA International Conference - Preparing for Tomorrow, Today will be held in Bucharest (National Bank of Romanian and SNSPA), Romania, 15-16 October 2020.
Our member, prof. Florina Pînzaru is delighted to announce the CALL FOR PAPERS
Deadline for abstract submission: 15 March 2020
The VIII edition of STRATEGICA aims to represent a space of inspiration, learning and networking where experts, academics, entrepreneurs and professionals meet to discuss about how the unprecedented rhythm of change and disruptions at all levels has triggered novel business and economics philosophies and leads towards particular action plans. Evolving management practices, challenges and strategic thinking in finance and banking, marketing, business ethics and CSR, or project management, within the framework of the knowledge economy and the need for sustainable growth, will be the main areas of interest.
For further information about submission guidelines, guest speakers and tracks, please visit the STRATEGICA website - http://strategica-conference.ro/
Dr Suzanne Zyngier is pleased to announce the CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS: Handbook of Research on Knowledge Management Tools in Higher Education. Institutions of Higher Education are knowledge centres for society. They pursue key initiatives for developing generations of scholars and practitioners. The teaching-learning act itself is a process of knowledge sharing with and between students. Knowledge Management (KM) principles, strategies, models, tools, and techniques have been proven in government, business and industry. More recently KM has emerged as an essential enabler for the successful pursuit of scholarly activities in higher education. This handbook of research focuses on the investigation of the adoption of KM principles, strategies, models, tools, and techniques in all aspects of higher education. The purpose of this book is to present an opportunity for both academic and practitioner-scholars to present original, unpublished research articles related to knowledge management in Higher Education. Full details can be found here: https://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/4189
Important Dates: Mar 15, 2020 Proposal submission deadline, Apr 14, 2020 Notification of Proposal Acceptance, Jul 13, 2020, Full chapter submission; Sep 10, 2020 Review results returned; Oct 8, 2020, Revised chapter due from back authors; Oct 22, 2020, Final Acceptance Notification; Nov 5, 2020, Final Chapter Submission. Publication in 2021.
On 19 March 2020, before the International Conference on Business Excellence (ICBE) in Bucharest, Romania there will be organized IAKM Board meeting. Please let the President, prof. Constantin Bratianu (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if there are any issues coming from our members to be discussed during the meeting.
During the ICBE conference there will also be organized the IAKM Workshop promoting KM challenges. More details about the workshop and the guest speakers can be found here.
Prof. Eduardo Tome extends the deadline for the conference TAKE 2020, which will be organized in Stuttgart, Germany between the 1st and the 3rd July, 2020. TAKE is an international scientific conference devoted to the multidisciplinary study of the knowledge economy. In particular, it intends to analyze the relation and the gap between theories and practices in the knowledge economy of the 21st century. Therefore, it brings together researchers, practitioners, and industry experts to discuss, advance, and shape the future of the knowledge economy.
The extended call for abstracts is open till 14th February 2020. More details are available at https://www.take-conference2020.com/.
Our colleague, prof. Malgorzata Zieba is happy to announce the CfP for the special issue on ‘Innovations in Small Businesses and Sustainability’ in the Sustainability journal (IF = 2.592). The issue is co-edited together with prof. Susanne Durst from University of Skövde and University West, Skövde, Sweden and prof. Serdal Temel from Ege University, Faculty of Engineering, Turkey.
In this Special Issue, the Editors encourage scholars and practitioners to share their findings and insights on how innovation contributes (or can contribute) to the opportunities and challenges provided by sustainability. Considerable attention has already been devoted to sustainability in large companies, however this is not the case with smaller firms. This Special Issue will make a contribution to changing that. Papers adopting different theoretical lenses and worldviews, using different research methods, analysing different types of smaller firms and exploring the topic in different countries are strongly encouraged.
More details about the CfP can be found at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special_issues/innovations_besiness?fbclid=IwAR09dDS1R4FB7dKZ9F-IbxnjH-8F-uWo2SXM4hkbOZA6PJ_OWbqysldoDU8
The XV edition of IFKAD on the theme of KNOWLEDGE IN DIGITAL AGE will be held in Rome (University of Rome Tre), Italy, 17-19 June 2020.
Our member, prof. Giovanni Schiuma is delighted to announce the CALL FOR ABSTRACT.
Deadline for abstract submission: 20 January 2020
The XV edition of IFKAD aims to represent a space of inspiration and knowledge, as well as an ‘agora’ of learning, networking and sharing where experts, entrepreneurs, professionals and academics meet to discuss about why and how technologies and digital transformation may act as levers to innovate, transform and improve knowledge management systems, working schemes, innovation processes, business models and customer-orientation, as well as to understand how public organizations may improve their level of efficiency and the value provided to the citizens, making government more transparent and responsive, trying to raise quality of life and, accordingly, drive territorial development and positive change in society.
For further information about submission guidelines, themes and special tracks, please visit the IFKAD website - https://www.ifkad.org/
CfP Journal of International Management (Elsevier)
Special issue: Thirty Years Later: A Fresh Look at the Central and Eastern Europe Transformation and its Implications for Institutions, Organizations and Organizational Actors
Our colleague, prof. Elena-Mădălina Vătămănescu, is happy to announce the CfP for a special issue co-edited together with prof. Dan-Cristian Dabija, Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania, prof. Andrew Inkpen, Thunderbird School of Global Management, USA and prof. Alexei Koveshnikov, Aalto University School of Business, Finland.
Continuing the legacy of previous collections on the topic (Organization Studies, 1996; Human Relations, 2007; Journal of International Management, 2008), this special issue seeks to augment the understanding of the current state of transformation in CEE countries and the international management implications for institutions, organizations and organizational actors. The SI envisages papers that examine the influence of recent socio-political and economic developments (e.g. the rise of nationalism, economic sanctions, the changing role of the state, the establishment of new institutional bodies) on business activities in the region and also papers that explore the lasting legacy of the socialist past and its manifestations in these countries.
For further details on the scope and aims of the SI and on the submission process, please visit: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-international-management/call-for-papers/thirty-years-later-a-fresh-look-at-the-central.
The New Board of the IAKM has been elected by its Members.
The New Board consists of:
Prof. Constantin Bratianu - President and Strategic Management
Prof. Alexeis Garcia-Perez - Vice President and Management of Research Projects
Dr. Malgorzata Zieba – Vice President and Management of Communications
Prof. Juan Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro - Management of New applications
Prof. Ettore Bolisani - Past President and Management of Administration
More information about the present and past Boards can be find here.
Message from prof. Constantin Bratianu, the new elected President
It is a great honor and responsibility for me to continue the successful leadership of prof. Ettore Bolisani, and to contribute to strengthening the role of IAKM in promoting KM in this disruptive knowledge economy.
It is a tough challenge but also a good opportunity for IAKM to be one of the important driving forces in developing further KM, both in theory and practice.
I would like to thank all IAKM founders and past Boards members for their efforts in creating this wonderful Community of Practice. My heartful thanks go to Ettore Bolisani for his inspirational leadership and personal encouragement to continue his work. Also, I would like to thank Alexeis Garcia-Perez, Malgorzata Zieba and Juan Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro for accepting to be members of the new Board and to create together with Ettore Bolisani, as Past President, a great team!
Message from prof. Ettore Bolisani, the Past President of the IAKM
Dear Members and Colleagues,
As the Past President it is my pleasure to introduce the IAKM Board for the next two years.
My gratitude to our colleagues who accepted to serve in the new Board and to provide their experience and skills for the benefit of our Association.
My best wishes of a fruitful work to the old Board Members Alexeis Garcia-Perez and Malgorzata Zieba, to the new Member Juan Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, and to the new President Constantin Bratianu.
Also, my gratitude to all those that served in the past Boards since the foundation of the IAKM. Without their competent and proactive contribution, the growth of our Association would have never been possible.
Ettore Bolisani – Past President