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The 2019 conference will continue to reflect the achievements, challenges and development of the field of Innovation and Product Development Management through academic paper presentations, challenge sessions, industry engagement, academic keynotes and roundtable discussions on key themes. The...
The Doctoral Workshop is an important and integral part of the IPDMC conference. To stimulate academic scholarship, discussions of ideas and dialogue among students and researchers from different countries in the field of INNOVATION AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH, we invite all...
The following are the themes under which research can be presented: - Bottom of the pyramid, BOP, Innovation - Creativity in New Product Development - Design’s Role in Innovation and New Product Development - Emerging and Early Research (Young Scholars Track) - Engineering Issues in Innovation...
This fourteenth Research Workshop will address: Track A: International Corporate Governance Track B: Strategic Direction Track C: HR Governance Track D: Strategic Control Track E: Governance of Digitization and of Cyber Security Track F : Responsible Board Leadership in a Glocal and Digital Age
Topics: - Creativity in New Product Development - Design’s Role in Innovation and New Product Development - Emerging and Early Research (Young Scholars Track) - Engineering Issues in Innovation and New Product Development - Innovation and New Product Development in Family Firms - Innovation by...
The seminar will focus on the specific problems and challenges encountered in international and domestic mergers and acquisitions. During the course, we will present and discuss alternative perspectives on these phenomena: strategic; human resource; cultural; knowledge transfer; social capital;...
This event is part of the COST Action IS0905 Project which deals with “The Emergence of Southern Multinationals. Their Impact on Europe”. The DTT is organized in conjunction with the Annual Conference of the European International Business Academy (EIBA).
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