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<ul><li><p> NEPALESE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT (NAM) www.nam.org.np </p><p> PAN No. 3040127629 </p><p>International conference-2011: Call for Paper</p><p>Welcome to the Nepalese Academy of ManagementNepalese Academy of Management, designed to encourage management research, education and knowledge dissemination that are of relevant to management practices contextInternational conference on Changing Perspective of Management: Revisit the Existing and Explore the Novel Ideas10-12, March, 2011. </p><p>Asian society has a variety of practices, beliefs, social roles, norms, expressions, forms of organization and conflicts on various issues like political, legal, economic models, which exhibit various sorts of managing people in organizations. Therefore, evsimilar strategies are perceived as producing different outcomes because of the influence of several contextual variables: industrial relation system, labor market, strategic human resource management practices, organizational strategies, changing business environment etc. The cultural context of Asiarelations - plays a prominent role in raising unique style of leadership, attitudes, behavior and distinct organizations. Besides these, a number of significant global developments are taking place that have serious implications for organization and workforce management. The increasing level of FDI, crossthis region have raised the question as how to manage Western society, powerful nation-states, large multinational organizations, global business leaders, and even free market ideologies are being discredited and blamed for the recent global economicquestion the risks and challenges of globalization. The global economic crisisconsider whether our research and knowledge provide contribution to the wellbeing work. This has not only affected organizational li1980s as whole. We all can contribute to this task regardless of our specific boundaries and reflect the very core of our scholarly mission to inform the field of management in this changing perspective.Firstly, we see necessity to revisit the applicability of our existmanagement, secondly, we need to generate novel theoretical ideas that better reflect the dynamics and provide relevant and timely knowledge. In this context of changing perspective of management, tunique global platform to the researchers, practitioners, and academic community to facilitate the exchange of leading edge ithrough multi-disciplinary presentations. Therefore, this is solicited to suconference tracks and plenary sessions. </p><p>Conference Tracks include but not limited Human Resource Management (HRM):</p><p>HR/ Human Resource Development/ HRMProductivity/ Labour Relations/ Unionism/ Reward and Performance/ Multi CultPerspectives of HRM and their applicability). </p><p> Organizational Leadership and Change:Challenges of Organizations/ Organizational and Individual BehaviLeadership/ Changing Business Environments/ Organization and Information Technology/ Corporate Performance/ Group and work Teams/ Virtual Organizations/ Decision Making). </p><p> Knowledge Management (Innovation/ OrgGlobal and Local Knowledge/ Knowledge Seeking, Search, Access, Creation, Acquisition, Sharing, Exchange, Transfer, and Governance Mechanism/ Knowledge, Productivity and Spillovers). </p><p> Strategy and Entrepreneurship (Strategic Management/ Global Strategy/ Role of Alliance/ Competitiveness of Firms/ Joint Ventures/ Social Capital/ ParentProactive, and Risk Bearing Behaviour/ Young and Women Entrepreneurship/ Research and Development/ Family Business). </p><p> Corporate Social Responsibility (Business Partnership/ Multi National Company/ Business and Society/ International Business and Management/ Business and LegislatioCorporate Governance). </p><p>Theme of the Plenary Session includes Research in Cross Cultural Management. Globalization, Regionalization and Localization. Asian Practices of Management-Spirituality Dominance. Emerging Economies, Economic Crisis and Way Forward. Emerging issues of Management Education. </p><p>NEPALESE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT (NAM) info@nam.org.np</p><p>No. 3040127629 GoN Regd. 69773</p><p>2011: Call for Paper </p><p>Welcome to the Nepalese Academy of ManagementNepalese Academy of Management, designed to encourage management research, education and knowledge dissemination that are of relevant to management practices contextually as well as globally, feels pleasure to announce call for paper for the </p><p>Changing Perspective of Management: Revisit the Existing and Explore the Novel Ideas</p><p>Call for Paper variety of practices, beliefs, social roles, norms, expressions, forms of organization and conflicts on various </p><p>issues like political, legal, economic models, which exhibit various sorts of managing people in organizations. Therefore, eves are perceived as producing different outcomes because of the influence of several contextual variables: </p><p>industrial relation system, labor market, strategic human resource management practices, organizational strategies, changing . The cultural context of Asia - emphasis on power distance, paternalism, collectivism, and social </p><p>a prominent role in raising unique style of leadership, attitudes, behavior and distinct organizations. Besides ant global developments are taking place that have serious implications for organization and workforce </p><p>management. The increasing level of FDI, cross- border alliances, business process outsourcing, and growth of multinational in e question as how to manage best in this turbulent times. </p><p>states, large multinational organizations, global business leaders, and even free market ideologies are being discredited and blamed for the recent global economic crisis that swiftly spread throughout the world and question the risks and challenges of globalization. The global economic crisis-2008 challenges management researchers to consider whether our research and knowledge provide contribution to the wellbeing of the society at large in which we live and work. This has not only affected organizational life of the globe but also challenged efforts of globalization that started in the </p><p>We all can contribute to this task regardless of our specific areas of inquiry since these questions span multiboundaries and reflect the very core of our scholarly mission to inform the field of management in this changing perspective.Firstly, we see necessity to revisit the applicability of our existing theories in the light of the changing perspectives of management, secondly, we need to generate novel theoretical ideas that better reflect the dynamics and provide relevant and timely knowledge. In this context of changing perspective of management, the primary goal of the conference is to provide a unique global platform to the researchers, practitioners, and academic community to facilitate the exchange of leading edge i</p><p>. Therefore, this is solicited to submit conceptual and empirical papers on different topical </p><p>Conference Tracks include but not limited Human Resource Management (HRM): (Strategic HRM/ Strategic International HRM/ CrossHR/ Human Resource Development/ HRM-Performance Linkage/ Talent Management/ Quality of Work Life/ Labour Productivity/ Labour Relations/ Unionism/ Reward and Performance/ Multi Cultural Work Teams/ Different Issues and Perspectives of HRM and their applicability). Organizational Leadership and Change: (Public Relation Management/ Organizational Change and Development/ Challenges of Organizations/ Organizational and Individual Behaviour/ Logistics management/ Tourism Management/ Leadership/ Changing Business Environments/ Organization and Information Technology/ Corporate Performance/ Group and work Teams/ Virtual Organizations/ Decision Making). </p><p>(Innovation/ Organizational Learning/ Exploration vs. Exploitation/ Knowledge Strategies/ Global and Local Knowledge/ Knowledge Seeking, Search, Access, Creation, Acquisition, Sharing, Exchange, Transfer, and Governance Mechanism/ Knowledge, Productivity and Spillovers). </p><p>(Strategic Management/ Global Strategy/ Role of Alliance/ Competitiveness of Firms/ Joint Ventures/ Social Capital/ Parent- Subsidiary Relationship/ Competitive Advantages/ Combination of Innovation, </p><p>ng Behaviour/ Young and Women Entrepreneurship/ Research and Development/ Family </p><p>(Business Partnership/ Multi National Company/ Business and Society/ International Business and Management/ Business and Legislations/ Accountability and Transparency/ Foreign Direct Investment/ </p><p>Theme of the Plenary Session includes Research in Cross Cultural Management. Globalization, Regionalization and Localization. </p><p>Spirituality Dominance. Emerging Economies, Economic Crisis and Way Forward. Emerging issues of Management Education. </p><p>NEPALESE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT (NAM) info@nam.org.np GoN Regd. 69773 </p><p>Welcome to the Nepalese Academy of Management Nepalese Academy of Management, designed to encourage management research, education and knowledge dissemination that </p><p>feels pleasure to announce call for paper for the Changing Perspective of Management: Revisit the Existing and Explore the Novel Ideas on </p><p>variety of practices, beliefs, social roles, norms, expressions, forms of organization and conflicts on various issues like political, legal, economic models, which exhibit various sorts of managing people in organizations. Therefore, even </p><p>es are perceived as producing different outcomes because of the influence of several contextual variables: industrial relation system, labor market, strategic human resource management practices, organizational strategies, changing </p><p>emphasis on power distance, paternalism, collectivism, and social a prominent role in raising unique style of leadership, attitudes, behavior and distinct organizations. Besides </p><p>ant global developments are taking place that have serious implications for organization and workforce border alliances, business process outsourcing, and growth of multinational in </p><p>states, large multinational organizations, global business leaders, and even free market crisis that swiftly spread throughout the world and </p><p>2008 challenges management researchers to of the society at large in which we live and </p><p>e of the globe but also challenged efforts of globalization that started in the </p><p>areas of inquiry since these questions span multi-disciplinary boundaries and reflect the very core of our scholarly mission to inform the field of management in this changing perspective. </p><p>ing theories in the light of the changing perspectives of management, secondly, we need to generate novel theoretical ideas that better reflect the dynamics and provide relevant and </p><p>he primary goal of the conference is to provide a unique global platform to the researchers, practitioners, and academic community to facilitate the exchange of leading edge ideas </p><p>bmit conceptual and empirical papers on different topical </p><p>Conference Tracks include but not limited to (Strategic HRM/ Strategic International HRM/ Cross- Cultural Management of </p><p>Performance Linkage/ Talent Management/ Quality of Work Life/ Labour ural Work Teams/ Different Issues and </p><p>(Public Relation Management/ Organizational Change and Development/ our/ Logistics management/ Tourism Management/ </p><p>Leadership/ Changing Business Environments/ Organization and Information Technology/ Corporate Performance/ </p><p>anizational Learning/ Exploration vs. Exploitation/ Knowledge Strategies/ Global and Local Knowledge/ Knowledge Seeking, Search, Access, Creation, Acquisition, Sharing, Exchange, Transfer, </p><p>(Strategic Management/ Global Strategy/ Role of Alliance/ Competitiveness of Firms/ Subsidiary Relationship/ Competitive Advantages/ Combination of Innovation, </p><p>ng Behaviour/ Young and Women Entrepreneurship/ Research and Development/ Family </p><p>(Business Partnership/ Multi National Company/ Business and Society/ International ns/ Accountability and Transparency/ Foreign Direct Investment/ </p><p>Theme of the Plenary Session includes </p></li><li><p> Key Personalities </p><p>Among many distinguished professors and practitioners around the globe, some of the key personalities, key note speakers and participants agreed to attain to make the conference grand success are: (Alphabetical order) Prof. Dr. Al. Rosenbloom, Dominican University in River Forest, USA. Prof. Dr. Anil Verma, University of Toronto, Canada. Prof. Dr. Basu Sharma, University of New Brunswick, Canada. Prof. Dr. Chris Brewster, Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. Prof. Dr. Cyruz Palero Tuppal, Arellano University, Philippines. Prof. Dr. Debi S. Saini, Management Development Institute India. Prof. Dr. Dharm P. S. Bhawuk, University of Hawai`i, Manoa, USA. Prof. Dr. Fang Lee Cooke, School of Management, RMIT University, Australia. Prof. Dr. Frank Go, Erasmus University, The Netherlands. Prof. Dr. Garry D. Bruton, Neeley School of Business -USA Prof. Dr. Heike Walte, University of Innsbruck, Austria. Prof. Dr. Katsuhiko Hirasawa, Nihon University, Japan. Prof. Dr. Lee Hakchun, Dong A University, Busan, Korea. Prof. Dr. Manfred Auer, University of Innsbruck, Austria. Prof. Dr. N. Sambasiva Rao, Andhra University, India. Prof. Dr. Pawan Budhwar, Aston University, Birmingham, UK. Prof. Dr. R. Satya Raju, Andhra University, India. Prof. Dr. Rolf van Dick, Goethe University, Germany. Prof. Dr. Shiv K. Tripathi, Mzumbe University, Tanzania. Prof. Dr. Stephan Laske, University of Innsbruck, Austria. Prof. Dr. Yu Jin, Hohai University, China. Prof. Dr. Yutaka Takakubo , Nihon University, Japan. Prof. Dr. Zoltan Veres, Budapest Business School, Hungary </p><p>Manuscript Requirements Manuscript should be submitted in double line spacing word format with wide margins, and all Authors details (autobiographical note) </p><p>on a separate sheet. Manuscript should be between 5000 to 7000 words in length. Authors must supply a structured Abstract; Purposes; Methodology/ </p><p>Approach; Findings; Research Limitations/ Implications for empirical papers. Conceptual, Literature and thought provoking paper are also invited. </p><p> Abstract is compulsory and should not be more than 500 words. All papers must be submitted in English, before the deadline. References should be completed in Emerald Publication Style, and shown within the text by giving the author's last name following the </p><p>year of publication all in round brackets, e.g. (Adhikari, 2008). Notes/ Endnotes should be used only if absolutely necessary. The author must ensure that it is complete, grammatically correct and </p><p>without spelling errors. Participants must registration within due dates. For registration please follow the instruction posted on www.nam.org.np </p><p>Contact Prof. Dr. Dev Raj Adhikari Head, Central Department of Man...</p></li></ul>