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Call for Papers: 2014 Fall Global Mindset Development in Leadership and Management Conference

September 12-13, 2014 Los Angeles, United States of America Call for Papers: - Submission of an abstract, topic of interest or proposal will be accepted for the purpose of registration. - Time schedule to be determined later after all the papers have been received - 30 minute presentation per paper - Approved and Peer Reviewed papers will be published in on-line proceedings. Topics: Abstracts of research papers in 150-200 words are invited from Managers, Leaders, faculty, academics, administrators and Ph.D. scholars/Post Graduate students on contemporary issues in Leadership and Management befitting any of the conference tracks mentioned as under. Topics of interest for submissions include, but are not limited to: - Forensic Accounting - Global Business Law and Ethics - Global Business Policy and Strategy - Global Entrepreneurship and New Ventures - Reengineering Financing - Global Business Perspective - Global Innovative Education & Academic Administration

Supply Chain Enhancement through Collaborative Quality Management

Supply chain management is a noteworthy avenue for product reach and emerging financial efficiencies. Products are sold online and distributed across the globe placing greater pressure on organizations to enhance delivery networks. Consumers in the 24/7 virtual world want to receive their products in a few days regardless of the country of origin. Research by Soltani, et. al. (2011) investigated the relationship between supply chain management (SCM) and Quality Management (QM) systems that further makes the case for improvements in inter-firm collaboration that enhances upstream and downstream efficiencies. In the global economy the supply chain is the life blood that keeps products moving through arteries/vines that wind their way through the hearts of companies and countries.   A product built in the U.S. may move through a number of different entities and nations in adherence to negotiated treaties before delivered at the consumer’s doorstep.   Company competitive posit

The Economic System as an Avenue of Needs Fulfillment

The economic system permeates our entire existence from cradle to grave. From our socialized beginning to our elder years we are constantly making choices that impact our social and financial positions in society. Our very first experiences in life help us internalize certain cultural traits that become the foundation for our viewpoints and our ability to compete on the market. Economic hubs and nations are collective traits of our economic values that maintain patterns across society. All systems start with very personal biological, sociological, and psychological choices we may not be fully aware of and make their way throughout society to determine the success or failure of a nation in the global market. Our economic system starts in our biological, psychological, and sociological core. Neuroeconomics is a concept that tries to explain how we make subconscious choices to purchase products, trust one another, or engage in certain activities beyond the simple mathematical equ

Call for Papers: 2014 Spring Global Management Conference

Conference Proposal Deadline: February 28 th , 2014 7th to 8th March 2014 Los Angeles, California, United States of America Website Submission of an abstract, topic of interest or proposal will be accepted for the purpose of registration. Time schedule to be determined later after all the papers have been received. 30 minute presentation per paper

Managing the Complex Web of Global Subsidiaries

Global firms often work with a number or partners in order to move their products into multiple markets. Global firms use subsidiaries to help them promote and distribute their products. Research by Homburg, et. al. (2012) seeks to categorize the varying types of firms available on the market to help multinational organizations do a better job at managing across countries, cultures, and markets.   Their research finds five different types of firms that have their own benefits and detractors. Global firms attempt to maintain competitiveness by using subsidiaries to create effective international reach. These firms are more aligned with regional and local differences in market characteristics. Problems result when global marketing loses a level of efficiency and effectiveness in the development of methods of managing these multiple distribution fingers.  Drawing from configuration theory of organizations it is possible to use subsidiary archetypes to understand the varying na