The want for better prospects on a global level necessitates a spilling over of the national boundaries by the business organizations. To make business happen successfully across borders a hassle-free single standardized business process is most solicited by the MNCs/TNCs. Such a uniform process, in turn, can create a uniform market pattern, standardized consumption style and singularity in management / governance in every country in which these MNCs / TNCs operate. There are varied tools to achieve such standardization by business houses across the nations. These tools include an evenly accepted style in cutting-edge ICT; standardized market-friendly measures that promise every player in every country the same opportunity; internationally accepted trade rules and labour laws; intermediations of cross-border finance capital; a consistent style of typical business communication; the organizational practices that are meant to homogenously effect every employee; uniform trade statistics; and finally, broad-stroke generalization of issues of gender, environment and inclusive growth.
However, in the 21st century, the list of challenges that such uniformity-seeking transboundary businesses face are overwhelming. The global standard methods proposed by these MNCs / TNCs are regularly questioned and subverted from a local perspective. The global business culture is thus narrated by the local business questions.
(Including SAARC countries)
|Academicians /Teachers||INR 3500.00||USD 50.00|
|Industry Experts||INR 5000.00||USD 75.00|
|Scholars / Students||INR 2500.00||USD 35.00|
|Last date for registrations and payment of accepted papers - March 31, 2019|
Registered participants will be provided with conference kit, working lunch & tea / coffee on all conference days. Networking dinner will be arranged on one of the conference dates. Participants are requested to arrange their accommodations. There are hotels and guesthouses available at close vicinity to the conference venue.
|Payment to be made via demand draft or wire transfer, drawn in favour of:|
|Bank Name:||Punjab National Bank|
|Account Type:||SB Account|
Intending participants are requested to mail an extended abstract (500-700 words) in Word document format to firstname.lastname@example.org, latest by MARCH 15, 2019.
The abstract should include: a title, keywords, the name(s) of the author(s), affiliation(s) and full mailing address(es), including e-mail id(s), contact numbers(s) and fax (if available).
Decision on acceptance or otherwise (referee report) will be communicated by MARCH 25, 2019.
A special numbered volume will be published by a publisher of an international standard containing papers presented at the conference and selected through a peer-reviewing process. Participants interested to publish their papers in this volume should send the full manuscript to the Convener, by MARCH 31, 2019.
Selected papers for the tracks on Business Communication, Gender and Culture Studies will be published by
PostScriptum - a UGC approved journal after double blind peer review in the January 2020 special issue.
Selected papers from all Business & Management tracks will be published in Global Journal of Management and Business Research (GJMBR Volume 19 – 20) after double blind peer review.
|Patron||Dr. Anubha Singh
|Co-Chair||Dr. Ray Titus
Dean, Alliance School of Business
|Prof. Mihir Dash
Area Chair, General Management
|Convenors||Dr. Vivekanand G.
Acting Area Chair, OL&S
|Dr. Ajeet Sharma
Area Chair, Marketing
|Dr. George Easaw
Area Chair, Operations Management
|Dr. Kapil Arora
Area Chair, Finance
|Dr. Ramanna Shetty
|Dr. Arindam Das
|Dr. Dharun Lingam Kasilingam
|Dr. Subhradev Sen
|Name||Prof. Mihir Dash|
|Contact Number||+91 91481 69694 / 080 3093 8170|
|Designation||Area Chair, General Management|
|College||Alliance School of Business|
Alliance University is a Private University established in Karnataka by the State Act No.34 of year 2010. The University is jointly recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. Alliance University with a vibrant and picturesque campus in Bengaluru, one of the fastest growing cities in India, offers more than 20 undergraduate and postgraduate majors to approximately 7000 students of diverse backgrounds. Alliance Education, defined by excellence in the areas of Business Administration; Engineering; Legal studies and guided by the core values of the University, has shaped the lives of over 20,000 very successful alumni across the globe.
Alliance School of Business, Alliance University, has carved a niche for itself for having been ranked consistently among the top B-schools of the country. It has an excellent array of international collaborative arrangements with reputed B-schools that enable student and faculty exchanges, paving the way for a unique multicultural and transnational experience. It is the first Indian B-school to be accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), USA.