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We are pleased to announce that the 6th International Conference on Management of Innovation and Technology (ICMIT 2012), site will be held in Bali, Indonesia from 11 to 13 Jun 2012. First initiated by the IEEE Engineering Management Society Singapore Chapter in 2000, ICMIT2012 brings together scholars, industrialists, and entrepreneurs interested in improving their research and development, as well as business applications in innovation and technology management. The local host for the conference is Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia.
The important dates are:
Paper submission deadline: 1 Jan 2012.
Notification of Acceptance: 1 Mar 2012
Final Paper & Copyright Transfer Due: 1 Apr 2012
Author Registration Deadline: 1 Apr 2012
Conference: 11 – 13 Jun 2012
For more information, please visit www.icmit2012.org
CHAI Kah Hin :: Deputy Head, Associate Professor, Division of Engineering and Technology Management :: National University of Singapore :: 10 Kent Ridge Crescent, National University of Singapore:: Office Location: EA-05-25:: 65-6516 2250(DID) :: 65-6777 1434 (Fax) :: firstname.lastname@example.org (E) ::Company Registration No: 200606346E
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For more information please visit http://www.aieconference.org/. For general help and administrative matters please contact AIESupport at email@example.com
Dr Xiaolan Fu
Director, Technology and Management for Development Program
Director, MPhil Development Studies
University of Oxford
Dear Richard, stuffCan you please announce EUROMOT 2012 on the IAMOT website. We will join with the established ICE Conference
to make it a 200+ people event from June 18.-20. In Munich.More information is on the website. We are ready to provide more help if needed.ThanksBernhard
Dear Mr./Mrs Smith, orderAs guest editor of an special issue on “An Intellectual Capital-Based View of the Firm” in Knowledge Management Research & Practice (Palgrave Journals, indexed in JCR in 2010), as well as follower of IAMOT conferences and network, I would like to ask you for the possibility of disseminating it using the Journals Cfp of IAMOTORG.In this sense, I send you a pdf with the call for papers.Gregorio
Gregorio Martín de Castro
Profesor de Organización de Empresas
Departamento de Organización de Empresas
Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Campus de Somosaguas, s/n
28223 Pozuelo de Alarcón -Madrid, SPAIN
I’m going to try to feature an MOT program on our web site every month. Here is the first one: The MOT MBA at Simon Fraser University (my home institution, so why not?)
The MBA in Management of Technology (MOT) is designed for those wishing to transition from scientific or technical roles or, as managers, signal their readiness for additional responsibilities. The MOT MBA is a dynamic mix of solid academic theory complemented by practical experience designed to mirror the challenging situations facing the technology sector.
Vous savez tous l’intérêt que j’ai pour la Chine et l’étonnement qui me frappe à chaque voyage. J’ai beaucoup lu sur le pays. Je pense notamment aux excellentes publications d’économistes comme Françoise Lemoine ou de sociologues réputés comme Jean-Luc Domenach. J’ai aussi vu avec intérêt cette littérature de micro-management destinée aux jeunes managers occidentaux mutés en Chine et devant soudainement encadrer des équipes locales. Il manquait entre ces deux extrêmes un ouvrage sur la stratégie des entreprises en Chine. Je me suis donc attelé à la tâche. Et j’ai aujourd’hui le plaisir de vous annoncer la sortie en librairie de mon ouvrage « Ces entreprises qui font la Chine » édité par Eyrolles / Editions d’Organisation. Pour plus d’information, suivez ce lien :
L’ouvrage peut être commandé facilement via Amazon ou Eyrolles (le lien est sur mon blog).
Je reviens d’un séjour à Shanghai et à Suzhou (où nous avons depuis trois ans un campus). J’ai présenté le livre à la CCIFC de Shanghai et à notre réseau d’anciens. Il a été très bien reçu.
Cordialement, au plaisir d’un prochain contact.
Our MOT profile of the week: Dr Rob Dekkers of the University of West Scotland.
Rob Dekkers has joined the University of the West of Scotland in 2006, prescription after being a Senior Lecturer in Industrial Organisation and Management at Delft University of Technology since 1992; before that, he worked in industry as internal consultant, production manager and senior project manager. In addition, he has been a visiting scholar at ESC Grenoble, Heilbronn Business School and Massey University. He holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a doctoral degree, both from Delft University of Technology. He has authored and co-authored about 80 publications (academic journals, books, chapters in edited books, contributions to conferences and scientific reports); he acts as reviewer for journals, like the International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Journal of Production Research, Journal of Operations Management and Production Planning and Control. He serves on several review panels and committees, e.g. the International Foundation for Production Research, the (International) Review Panels for EPSRC’s Innovative Manufacturing Programme since 2005 and the Steering Committee of the International Forum on Technology Management.
Congratulations to the first recipients of newly funded merit scholarships at the Technological Leadership Institute in honor of Professors Jack Shulman and Rias van Wyk (http://tli.umn.edu/index.php?
The Gemini Leadership Workshop Series of the Technological Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota (http://tli.umn.edu/gemini/
Google Scholar is just one of the (many) wonderful things about Google. If you’re an academic you have probably explored it from time to time. One of the neat things you can do is create a search strategy, save it as a bookmark, and revisit that “page” (which is just the results of your search, run afresh) whenever you want.
Here, for example, is everything new (since 2009) with “management of technology” in the title.
Even cooler, you can set up an email alert whenever anything is added to that list. Click on the link above and then try it for yourself.
Ian reminds us that the paper deadline for the 23rd ISPIM conference (Barcelona) is just six weeks away. If you want to attend, advice get your submissions in.
The XXIII ISPIM Conference – Action for Innovation: Innovating from Experience – takes place in Barcelona, patient Spain on 17-20 June 2012. Organised by ISPIM, troche and hosted by La Salle University in partnership with Orbita97, this conference will bring together around 450 innovation experts from 55 countries. The three-day programme will include: The Knut Holt Memorial Address by Henry Chesbrough; Industry-Leading Keynote Speakers; Innovation Thought Leaders; Local Luminary Speakers; “Hot Topic” Roundtable Discussions; Facilitated Themed Sessions with Academic and Practitioner Presentations; Workshops; Special Interest Groups; Junior Researcher Development Sessions. As with all ISPIM events, delegates will experience a taste of local culture at magnificent dinner venues so there will be plenty of time for networking.
Conference website: http://conference.ispim.org