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International Conference on Indigenous Management Practices

International Conference on Indigenous Management Practices

July 16th – 18th 2009

Every organization and individual has its own style of management, which leads to success or failure. The business is practised according to its objectives and specialization. Professional organizations operate business in professional approach and others do in their individual and native approach. The practice of one cannot be copied alike to achieve the best results. Hence, it is important to understand several different practices and approaches to management, and then select the most appropriate for success. This conference will act as a floor for understanding various business practices across the globe.

The goal of the forum is to provide a lively informal venue where a variety of questions and ideas regarding Indigenous Management Practices be presented and discussed by academics, research scholars and other professionals in an interdisciplinary and creative environment. The focus will be on the current management concepts within the context of practical problems.

The conference is for the academicians, researchers, students, and for corporates having special interest in their research and practice to share their experience and knowledge. The conference will bring their creative ideas to a common platform. The research articles of the conference will be published in leading journals and an edited volume. Deliberations in indigenous management practices across nations will be an opportunity for the corporate and academic community to get awareness and appreciate especially in management research and education.

Conference Language
The Language of the Conference will be English.

Publication :
Selected papers will be published in any one of the following :
Annamalai Business Review, India.
Annamalai Journal of Management, India.
Dharana – Bhavan’s International Journal of Business, India.
International Journal of Logistics & Supply Chain Management, India
International Journal of Industrial Engineering Practices, India
DLSU Business and Economic Review, Philippines.
International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, UK.
Journal of Management, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka.
International Journal of Advanced Operations Management, UK.
Journal of Finance and Management in Public Services, UK.
International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling, UK.
Edited book by a leading publisher.

Some of the suggested area(s) :
The functional areas of management rely both on theory and practice. Indigenous Management Practices have their base on native practices. The objective of the conference is to highlight the native business practices across nations. There are lots of emerging concepts in functional areas of management in concept and practice that need special appreciation. Real aspects and facts of a business situation helps the managers in decision making and business excellence. The conference on indigenous management practices in the areas of Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, System, Entrepreneurship, and Interdisciplinary research in management will bring professionals together. The themes are focused for their importance and prominence in management literature and they are emerging subjects in the indigenous management practices. No two organization practices are the same and they are bound to differ in concept, idea and performance.

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