Dear Professor Peter Odrakiewicz,
I hope this email finds you well! On behalf of the Editors-in-Chief, as well as IGI Global, the publisher, I am contacting you regarding the International Journal of Adult Education and Technology (IJAET). Together, the Editors-in-Chief and publisher, are currently carefully selecting and approaching only the most credible researchers in the field in hopes that they might be interested in submitting their research work for consideration in this highly-respected journal, which focuses on advancing the understanding, practice, and research within higher education, adult education, and technology. IJAET is indexed by Web of Science.
Given your contributions to the field at large, I would like to invite you to consider contributing a paper to this publication using the following submission link: https://www.igi-global.com/submission/submit-manuscript/?jid=243363
For more details regarding this publication and to submit your paper, please visit this journal’s call for papers page: https://www.igi-global.com/calls-for-papers/international-journal-adult-education-technology/243363.
Thank you very much for your consideration of this invitation. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your paper soon.
Assistant Development Editor
2020 Vancouver AOM Annual Meeting PDW Proposal Status Accepted
I am very pleased to inform you that our session in which you are a presenter has been accepted by the Academy of Management. Conference registration http://aom.org/
Please remember, in order to attend the Annual Meeting and participate in any capacity you must be a member of the Academy and registered to attend the meeting. You can join AOM now at https://aom.org/join/ .
All the best,
From: William Newburry
Sent: Monday, March 2, 2020 9:11 AM
To: Charles Wankel
Subject: AOM Annual Meeting PDW Proposal Status
Dear Charles Wankel:
Congratulations! I am pleased to inform you that our division will be sponsoring your PDW proposal, submission #13207 titled „Building Meaningful International Collaborations”, for the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management taking place 7-11 August 2020 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. The schedule of sessions is still being finalized. Please proceed with the mandatory next step due no later than 9 March 2020.
The deadline to provide this information is Monday, 9 March 2020.
Visit the Submission Center at https://submit.aom.org/ to specify additional session requirements for your accepted PDW. Please note that these are strictly requests; the PDW Chair will make the final determination on all session requirement requests. This is a mandatory step to help prepare your PDW for the program and for the session registration system.
IMPORTANT NOTE: NO changes will be made to the program schedule to accommodate participants’ travel plans or scheduling conflicts. One of the conditions for submitting your PDW was the availability of ALL participants for the PDW program which takes place Friday-Saturday, 7-8 August 2020.
Please remember, in order to attend the Annual Meeting and participate in any capacity you must be a member of the Academy and registered to attend the meeting. You can join AOM now at https://aom.org/join/. Conference registration
Please share this information with the other participants on your PDW submission.
Thank you very much for submitting your PDW proposal to our division. I look forward to seeing you in Vancouver!
IM Workshop Chair”
Call for Paper for MEB 2020
Dear ERENET Members and Friends,
Attached please find the Call for Paper for the 2020 Management, Entrepreneursihip and Benchmarking
Conference to be held on 24-25 April 2020 at the Óbuda University in Budapest.
Dr. Antal Szabó
Scientific Director of ERENET
Prof Dr Peter Odrakiewicz received invitation to become a scientific reviewer for HR AOM USA re HR Division Call for Submission and Reviewers – AOM 2020
Happy new year!
The submission deadline for the AOM Annual Meeting is just around the corner (January 14, 2020 at 5:00 PM ET). Please submit your work to the HR Division as soon as you are ready by clicking here, or pasting this link in your web browser: https://submit.aom.org/
We would love to see you in Vancouver!
In addition, our need for reviewers to handle these wonderful submissions is growing. Each year, our reviewers complete approximately 1800 reviews on behalf of the HR Division. Each and every one of these directly contributes to the quality of our program. If you have already signed up to review – THANK YOU!
Professor David Collings
Dublin City University
HR Division Program Chair, Academy of Management
a new book project under the working title Implementing PRME in the time of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the challenge, possibility or threat?
A message from Editors is below
„As members of the UN-PRME Working Group on Anti-Corruption and as editors of the book series in Information Age Publishing(IAP) Charlotte, NC, USA, Wolfgang Amann and myself would like to start a new book project under the working title Implementing PRME in the time of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the challenge, possibility or threat?
We would like to invite you to this book project as the author(s) of one chapter and will really appreciate if you join us!
This book is scheduled to be published by Information Age Publishing (IAP) in 2020.
The ambition of this book is to offer prospective readers guidance on topics of interest for the more than 700 PRME signatory institutions worldwide and to establish an indispensable educational resource for responsible management education in academic and executive education.
We know this deadline is tight in terms of planning, yet if you are interested in the project, please forward by no later than September 10th, 2019:
– the title of your chapter proposal,
– short (about 100 words) description of the chapter content,
– your brief bio (100 -150 words).
Below you can find detailed information about our project and detailed publication schedule.
We think it will be a great scientific adventure and we will be happy if you join us. We hope for your positive response!
Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch and Wolfgang Amann
Call for Chapter proposals
Implementing PRME in the time of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the challenge, possibility or threat?
Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch, Canadian University Dubai and Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris in Qatar,
In September 2011, Cleverbot, the chatbot has passed the Turing test which is a test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behavior
We may expect that[i] by 2030, some 800 million jobs will have disappeared and taken over by machines and artificial intelligence will reach human levels by around 2029. Follow that out further to, say, 2045, we will have multiplied the intelligence, the human biological machine intelligence of our civilization a billion-fold.
The time of machines requires new forms of work and new ways of business education.
So we may put 6 core questions:
how will AI impact the business education world?
how may AI be used /or is a threat for PRME implementation?
how may AI be used for teaching anti-corruption?
what we should teach (what the ‘right’ set of future skills is)?
how we should teach (the way in which schools should teach and assess them),and
where we should teach (what implications does AI have for today’s education infrastructure)?
We invite proposals for chapters on how may Artificial Intelligence be used for PRME implementation, anti-corruption teaching, and how will AI change the world of academia.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
How do we educate people for an AI world?
How may we use AI during the process of PRME implementation?
Can we change education fast enough to outpace the machines?
Will college/ university degrees still be important?
What are the most important skills needed to succeed in the workforce of the future – what the ‘right’ set of future skills is?
How will AI change/ impact management and business world?
Which of these skills can be taught effectively via online systems?
What should we teach to stop robots stealing our graduates’ job?
What implications does AI have for today’s education infrastructure?
What are the moral aspects of Artificial Intelligence in management education?
What changes might need to be made to curriculum and assessment to be able to fulfill the new need of next generation of students?
If schools must prepare students for a AI world, what implications does this have for today’s education infrastructure?
If schools must prepare students for a AI world, what implications does this have for today’s teachers?
Book chapter proposals received: September 10th, 2019
Notification of accepted chapter proposals: September 11th, 2019
Receipt of full book chapters: December 20th 2019
Chapter authors receive reviews with feedback: February 5th 2020
Final revisions due: March 5th 2020
Submit a one-page or so chapter proposal. Also, include for each of the coauthors a brief biography including terminal degree, current institutional affiliation and position, and a listing of any related publications. For each coauthor include contact information, so we can readily contact you such as: email address, mobile phone, work phone, home phone, and Skype (if you do not mind us contacting you through these).
Send proposals and inquiries to both:
Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch firstname.lastname@example.org and Wolfgang Amann email@example.com ”
„Dear Peter and David,
The Editorial Board of Review has completed its peer review of more than 50 chapter proposals for our Implementing PRME in the time of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the challenge, possibility or threat? volume and yours was one rated very highly that is accepted for inclusion in this book.
This book will be published by Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC, USA. As mentioned in the call for chapter proposals that you responded to, our publication schedule will be:
Receipt of full book chapters: December 20th, 2019
Chapter authors receive reviews with feedback: February 5th, 2020
Final revisions due: March 5th, 2020
The review process will enlist all chapter authors to do peer reviews of a number of other chapters in our project. This endeavor will largely take place in February 2020.
We expect you to use APA style. Information on this format is readily available by Googling “APA style,” and also by buying the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. It is incumbent upon you to check bibliographic databases for related, recent articles and books on the subjects of your chapter. When you cite a chapter in an anthology volume, you must include the pages of that chapter in your citation just as you would for an article. Before you provide us with your chapter draft, it is a requirement that you confirm that all sources cited in the text are listed properly in the bibliography and that all items listed in the bibliography are cited in the text. Contractions are colloquialisms inappropriate in formal writing. All direct quotes must include in their citation the page number from the article or book that the quote is from. Although there is some flexibility in chapter length, We would not be surprised by a chapter of between 6000 and 10,000 words. All figures and tables should be included as separate files in their native software. So for example, an image might be provided in JPEG and should not be included in the text file. Indicate where an exhibit or table might appear with a centered statement on its own line in bold 14-point Arial font stating in capital letters:
TABLE 1 SHOULD APPEAR ABOUT HERE
Your text file should be double-spaced, in 12-point Times New Roman font.
We will be sending you a publication agreement form for you to sign and return. We also request that you send us by March 5th
2020 discussion of highlights of your chapter in about 200 words. We will use that to help us craft our introductory chapter providing an overview of the book.
Although we have received brief bios for chapter authors as part of the submission process, we will request revised ones by the March 5th 2020. Different publishers suggest different lengths for these, but generally they are 50-100 words. We sometimes need to ask about something quickly and would greatly appreciate your sending us your full contact information to facilitate that. Given the situation of academic faculty members with office hours and vacations and trips, we request that you send us your mobile, office, home, and Skype telephone information (if you do not mind us contacting you via them). Also, confirm the email address that you prefer receiving communications from us at. We would appreciate your providing us with the name and location of the institution you are affiliated with.
Please send ALL communications, drafts, and forms to: Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch firstname.lastname@example.org and Wolfgang Amann email@example.com
Agata and Wolfgang
Professor Peter Odrakiewicz was invited and participated in
10. October – 11. October
The 2019 Seventh Annual Humanistic Management Conference will take place on October 10. and 11. 2019 in Krakow, Poland organized and sponsored by the Institute of Culture of Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Cracow University of Economics, Silesian University of Technology and the Weltethos Institute.
Business is not a self-serving exercise as we rightfully expects business to make a positive impact on society, acting with solidarity and actively catering to the common good. While this expectation stands in conflict with a singular focus on maximizing shareholder value, we argue that it is fully aligned with Humanistic Management principles which aim to deliver sustainable value along the triple bottom line.
TEBEC invites you to participate in the Tourism, economic, business, education and social science academic conference
that will be held on
September 8- 11, 2019 in Tel –Aviv Israel.
TEBEC is a multidisciplinary conference with the following topics:
Sharon Teitler Regev, PhD.
The Economics and Management Department,
The Max Stern Yezreel Valley College,
Employer Branding konferencja. Dziękuję za zaproszenie 7 marca 2019
I am pleased to inform you that I have got a message from Jamie Gloor (ITC Workshop Chair) that our Academy of Management session “International Research and Teaching Collaboration in an Epoch of Inclusive Organizations.””, for the 2019 Academy of Management Meeting, August 9-13, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts was accepted (please see the email below) . You will receive formal acceptance notification directly from the Academy of Management in March.
The scheduling of sessions is still being finalized. I will send you those details via email when they become available. However, you will be listed as a presenter for this session on the program.
I exhort you to not wait till the last moment to register for the meeting, reserve a room, and book transportation (the AOM’s housing and register site is open now). Finally, if you are currently not a member of the Academy, I encourage you to become a member by completing a membership application available on the AOM web site, http://aom.org/. Also, do not forget to register and reserve housing for the 2019 meeting to take advantage of the early rates. You can register for the annual meeting at http://aom.org/annualmeeting/ right now.
I look forward to seeing you in Boston!!!
I appreciate the efforts of my co-organizers, especially Charles Wankel
and Wolfgang Amann , Alfred Lewis, Gianluigi Mangia, Olivia Hernandez-Pozas, Aneta Aleksander and Hamid H. Kazeroony in bringing this session along.
profesor dr Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch
We are delighted to learn that our PDW proposal „The Global Work Design Project: Findings from a 40-country study” has been accepted for the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management taking place August 9-13, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. As we receive more information, we will keep you informed.
Attached is a copy of the PDW proposal for information, which includes the list of people who indicated they would like to be a participant. There are no restrictions on participation – everyone can attend. We will invite some countries to present during the PDW closer to the time.
Dr. Elaine Farndale
Associate Professor of Human Resource Management
Graduate Program Director, School of Labor and Employment Relations
Founder and Director, Center for International Human Resource Studies: http://ler.la.psu.edu/cihrs
Co-Editor-in-Chief of Human Resource Management Journal: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1748-8583
Academy of Management ITC Executive Leadership (2018-2023)
The Pennsylvania State University
501c Keller Building, University Park, PA 16802, USA
email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: +1 814-867-3320
JIBS: The effects of market economy type and foreign MNE subsidiaries on the convergence and divergence of HRMhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/s41267-017-0094-8
HRM, Strategy & Performance: A contextual approach https://global.oup.com/academic/product/strategy-hrm-and-performance-9780198808602?cc=us&lang=en&
Handbook of Research on Comparative Human Resource Management (2nd ed): https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/handbook-of-research-on-comparative-human-resource-management-14745
Call for papers_International Monograph
You are invited to submit a research paper to an international
monograph titled “Improving the Efficiency and Competitiveness of
Enterprises and National Economies – problems, factors, determinants,
strategies and solutions”. Papers should contribute to revealing
multidimensional aspects of improving the efficiency and competitiveness
of the national economy, profit or non-profit organizations in the
private and public sector in a knowledge economy era.
Attached you can find the call for papers and template. Please inform
all interested colleagues.
Deadline for an article submission is May 10, 2019.
Prof. Bojan Krstić, Ph.D.
University of Niš, Faculty of Economics
W ślad za życzeniami przesyłam tekst kolejnego Konwersatorium, jako ciekawej, mam taką nadzieję, lektury na Święta.
Erenet Journal 47
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
Attached please find our ERENET PROFILE as of December 2018. I would like to thanks for all contributors of this issue.
It is a unique one and I am definitely sure that it will get a wide dissemination effect.
My special thanks to Dr. Marianna Sinicáková, Vice Dean of TUKE and Perumal Koshy, Director and Editor of the
Global SME News for contacting candidates for papers and collection of their work.
As we are approaching to the end of the year, I wish you all and your families Marry Christmas and Happy and
Prosperous New Year!
Dr. Antal Szabó
Scientific Director of SMEs
Invitation to a book project
As Editors of the book ”Shaping a humanistic perspective for the
tourism industry”, Maria Della Lucia, Daniela Pettinao and myself, are
pleased to invite you to be part of this book project as the author(s)
of one chapter. We will greatly appreciate if you join us!
This book is scheduled to be published in Humanistic Management
Series, Routledge Publisher in the first months of 2020.
In the attached file you will find detailed information about the
project and the deadlines of the various phases (the first phase, book
chapter proposal, is January 31, 2019).
We hope for your positive response to share this scientific adventure.
Ernestina Giudici, Maria Della Lucia, Daniela Pettinao
InnovNation Summer & Winter Program
We would like to thank you for your important contribution to the success of InnovNation this last summer and invite you and your students to our upcoming programs organized in collaboration with the Israeli Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Economy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, one of the world’s top 100 universities.
As you can see in our past summer itinerary, InnovNation enables participants from distinguished organizations around the globe to go beyond their imagination in the Start-Up Nation and:
Get behind-the-scenes access to Israel’s high-tech ecosystem
Connect with Israel’s top innovative organizations and entrepreneurs
Gain insight into the best practices in Israeli innovation
Take an up-close look at the latest technological breakthroughs
Registration is now open for our 12-day winter session from January 2-13, 2019 which offer undergraduates, graduates, entrepreneurs, academics, and business professionals 3 credits and focuses on the highlights of the summer program. We have also confirmed the dates of our next summer session between July 1- 25, 2019.
We’d greatly appreciate your help in spreading the word about this program. Please share the links and the email below, with your students, colleagues, and anyone else you may feel is relevant.https://overseas.huji.ac.il/academics/summer-and-short-term-programs/faculty-led/special-programs/innovnation/
We hope that students and faculty from your institution will have the opportunity to apply to the program and join us as undergraduate and graduate students, academics, entrepreneurs, investors, and business professionals from distinguished institutions across North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia have already done.
Thank you for helping us spark innovation. We look forward to welcoming you and your students to Israel in the near future!
AOM PDW in Chicago-Building International Research Collaborations That Have Impact
Our scientist and CEO proxy
Prof dr.Peter Odrakiewicz GPMI Ltd
has received the following invitation to present his research findings during international scientific AOM conference in Chicago:
We are pleased to inform you that our Academy of Management ITC PDW entitled: “Building International Research Collaborations That Have Impact. ” (submission-11746) , is scheduled for Saturday,
August 11, 2018, 2:15PM – 5:15PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in room Regency A.
In attached file you may see the PDF with the 2018 AOM Program website page, where your name is listed.
This session will be structured with an initial introductory segment, followed by several simultaneously held roundtable (panel) presentations, followed by a concluding segment in which key points of the roundtables are reported to the larger session by each roundtable in turn.
Now we are moving to the next step. We would like to prepare the structure and concrete topics for our roundtable discussion. So, send us a list of the key topics and issues that frame the topic your roundtable panel presentation. Your recommendations can be just a phrase or sentence or whatever longer length you wish.
Please send your topic suggestions to email@example.com by June 25th.
Topic suggestions will be sorted into a structure of several roundtables. Depending on the number of related topics put forth, some roundtables may have somewhat narrow overall topics, while others might be somewhat broad and encompassing.
We recommend you bring your camera and have others at the roundtable snap pictures of you presenting for your blog, dean, Facebook, or phone app.
We will send more detailed information as we get closer to the meeting (roundtable topics and leaders ect).
We suggest you join the Academy, if you are not a member now. And I exhort you to not wait till the last moment to register for the meeting, reserve a room, and book transportation. You may register for the annual meeting at http://aom.org/annualmeeting/registration/
If you have any questions, send them along to me to handle.
Thanks in advance for your help,
Best Regards and see you in Chicago,
Agata and Charles
Kapitał i deficyt pedagogiki wsparcia społecznego. Od wykluczenia do integracji.
The 3rd HR Division International Conference (HRIC) 2019 hosted by Dublin City University
This is a call for papers for all interested:
Received from HR AOM division
„We welcome papers, symposium and PDW submissions for the 3rd HR Division International Conference (HRIC) 2019 hosted by Dublin City University, 9-11th of January 2019. Deadline for submissions is the 18th of May, 2018. See submission guidelines
The conference theme of ‚Navigating the shifting landscapes of HRM‚ allows for exploration of the key challenges confronting HRM as framed by factors such as resurgent nationalism and the (im)mobility of talent, the future of work and employment, and the implications of the HR/technology interface. Submissions can align with a range of topics relevant to the conference theme including:
- The impact of populist politics on individual and organization decisions around mobility, the location of work
- The changing nature of work and employment and its implications for individuals, organisations and societies
- Careers and personal and professional identity in the context of the changing nature of work and employment
- The role and impact of HRM in this changing context of work and employment
- The impact of artificial intelligence on the nature of work and employment
- The value of data and analytics in HRM including the shift to big-data
- The role of institutional and cultural context on HRM
- Contemporary debates on SHRM and performance
- Evolving understandings of talent management
- Assessments of the applicability of traditional HRM theory and understanding
Note: This list is merely indicative of potential topics and we invite scholars from around the world to share their ideas on all aspects of HRM and its future development. See call for submissions
We are delighted to announce three expert keynote speakers who will help us to advance the conversation.
Our PDW Chair is Professor Pawan Budhwar. For details of PDW submissions please see here
Check out our Doctoral and Early Career Colloquium Chaired by Professor Emma Parry and Professor Mila Lazarova
We have also put together an exciting social programme which includes an opening reception in the Dining Hall, Trinity Collegeand a gala dinner at one of Ireland’s leading tourist attractions, the Guinness Storehouse.
We look forward to your submissions and to welcoming you to Dublin
Brian Harney and & David Collings
Dublin City University
Academy of Management , USA 2018 PDW conference
Prof dr Peter Odrakiewicz
GSW Milenium Adj.Professor Gniezno,Poland
Ambassador HR AOM, USA
Director and CEO Proxy GPMI Institute
was invited to
Academy of Management , USA 2018 PDW conference presentation
Message from organizers below
„I am pleased to inform you that I have got a message from Wolfgang Amann (ITC Workshop Chair) that our Academy of Management session “Building International Research Collaborations That Have Impact „, for the 2018 Academy of Management Meeting, August 10-14, in Chicago, Illinois was accepted (please see the attachment) . You will receive formal acceptance notification directly from the Academy of Management in March.
The scheduling of sessions is still being finalized. I will send you those details via email when they become available. However, you will be listed as a presenter for this session on the program.
I exhort you to not wait till the last moment to register for the meeting, reserve a room, and book transportation (the AOM’s housing and register site is open now). Finally, if you are currently not a member of the Academy, I encourage you to become a member by completing a membership application available on the AOM web site, http://aom.org/. Also, do not forget to register and reserve housing for the 2018 meeting to take advantage of the early rates. You can register for the annual meeting at http://aom.org/annualmeeting/ right now.
I look forward to seeing you in Chicago!!!
I appreciate the efforts of my co-organizers, especially Charles Wankel
and Manuela Brusoni, Mary Gentile, Olivia Hernandez-Pozas, Aneta Aleksander, Hamid H. Kazeroony, Alfred Lewis, Gianluigi Mangia and Augustin Suessmair in bringing this session along.
Prof dr Wolfgang Amann
and Prof dr .hab Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch
GPMI invites you to international scientific conference under official Ministry of Science and Universities Republic of Poland auspices
Site GSW Milenium Gniezno,Poland
More info below
Christmas and New Year’s wishes from Primate of Poland
INTERNATIONAL AMBASSADOR PROGRAM PROJECT 2016-18
Prof Dr. Peter Odrakiewicz is HR AOM Ambassador for Poland and a lead researcher in this worldwide scientific management project in Poland in cooperation with
in cooperation with Milenium Management Scientific Student Association /Gniezno and Wągrowiec campuses/
INVITATION TO PUBLISH IN PUBLIC INTEGRITY from Taylor and Francis US UK and worldwide best scientific and applied publications received by dr Peter Odrakiewicz V Professor
Zaproszenie z MNiSW/Invitation from Ministry of Science and Higher Education Republic of Poland
Szanowni Państwo, poniżej przesyłamy link do komunikatu w sprawie targów w Kanadzie. W przypadku zainteresowania uprzejmie prosimy o bezpośredni kontakt z placówką.
Z wyrazami szacunku,
Departament Współpracy Międzynarodowej
Piotr /Peter/ Odrakiewicz Ph.D. V.Prof and
wish to invite you to International Scientific Conference from the series „Contexts of Effectiveness…” entitled: The idea of a society for all Modern areas of exclusion and support at selected stages of human life under the patronage of The President of the District Court in Poznan
Seat of Wielkopolska Wyższa Szkoła Społeczno-Ekonomiczna in Środa Wielkopolska, Surzyńskich Street 2, 63-000 Środa Wielkopolska 29 – 30 May 2017 Poland
Cambrige Scholars Publishing
Piotr /Peter/ Odrakiewicz Ph.D. V.Prof -AOM USA, GSW Milenium Adj. Faculty, Graduate Studies and College Management Professor,MBA Faculty – Graduate Studies Poznan David Odrakiewicz MA,PhD (Cand) GPMI -Chair of the Board Publikacja „Images of the Intellectual Capital” -Zarzadzanie kapitałem intelektualnym/str 234 Edytor /Autorzy książki : Fazlagic J,Erkol A
Piotr /Peter/ Odrakiewicz Ph.D. V.Prof, presenting as leading management expert and visiting professor
Prof Dr Peter Odrakiewicz GPMI/Milenium Educational Group College and Postgraduate Faculty again invited by Professor Charles Wankel AOM /St John’s University USA to take part in Forming International Teaching Networks during Academy of Management 2017 Atlanta International conference USA Short Title: International Teaching Network
Prof Dr Peter Odrakiewicz GPMI/Milenium Educational Group College and Postgraduate Faculty again invited by Professor Charles Wankel AOM /St John’s University USA to take part in International Management Research cooperation during Academy of Management 2017 Atlanta International conference USA Title: Shaping International Research Collaborations Short Title: Research Collaboration
Cambridge Scholars Publishing”Images of Intellectual Capital”
„Management of Intellectual Capital and Innovative Education Prognosis in Higher Education: Challenges and Changes in a New Globalized Education Era”