The most recent economical changes have changed the way organizations should look towards the future. With the development of new technologies, new challenges ahead and new talent pool of young and ambitious people coming out from school, organization and entrepreneurs need to find new and innovative ways to develop organizations and creating a better future. Naturally, honest, constructive and transdisciplinary discussions need to take place so that we may formulate future propositions upon which to build the future.
The GSMAC 2016 Conference organized by Griffiths School of Management will explore the challenges of Developing talent, Building an Organizatios and Creating a brighter Future by endeavor to respond to questions such as: what are the methods that should be used in order to grow and multiply talent? How should entrepreneurs build a sustainable and profitable organization? How can leadership of organizations reach to the future and make sure it will be a better one? How should education concepts and methods upgrade to the new face of the business environment to make sure it equips the next generation to be able to adapt and develop ethical organizations?
We hereby would like to invite research papers coming from researchers and practitioners around the world to explore the various dimensions of these aspects. We welcome theory-based and empirical studies grounded both in qualitative or quantitative methodology and conceptual contributions. The Conference provides a platform for academics and practitioners in the field of business and management to tackle new approaches to talent development, managing and develop organizations through interaction and debate.
The conference is open to scholars and practitioners in the following fields: Economics, Management, Information Technology, E-Business and e-Commerce Leadership, Marketing, Human Resources, Business Ethics, Operations Management, Financial Management, Entrepreneurship, Non-profit Organizations, Public Administration and Management, Logistics Management, Transdisciplinarity etc.
Organizers: Emanuel University of Oradea | Griffiths School of Management