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Innovation for Growth: The Challenges for East & West

05.01.2007
International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM) 2007 Conference: Warsaw, Poland: 17-20 June 2007

The 2007 ISPIM Conference will be held in Warsaw, Poland on 17-20 June 2007. Organised by ISPIM and supported by Technology Partners Foundation, this conference will bring together academics, business leaders, consultants and other professionals involved in innovation management. The conference will include dedicated academic and practitioner tracks as well as workshops and keynote sessions.

Themes:

+ Culture and cultural differences/experiences and social behaviour
+ Competitiveness
+ Commercialising and financing innovation
+ Education and training in innovation
+ Environment and sustainable development
+ Learning and knowledge management
+ Open innovation, organisations and virtuality
+ Regional innovation policy
+ Service innovations
+ Technology, entrepreneurship and creativity
+ Tools for technology commercialisation (managed by TII)
Submissions
Submissions are encouraged from academics, business leaders and consultants - reflecting the nature of the ISPIM community.
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Important Deadlines

19 January 2007: Extended abstracts (800-1000 words) or practitioner outlines
28 February 2007: Acceptance notification
30 April 2007: Final submissions & registrations
Academic Papers – These include mainly accomplished research results and have a maximum of 5,000 words. Presenters are required to submit extended abstracts of between 800-1,000 words maximum together with a presentation of their paper with a maximum of 15 slides.

Practitioner Presentations – These include mainly demonstrations of successful business practices. Presenters are required to submit outlines of up to 500 words maximum together with a presentation with a maximum of 15 slides.

Short Papers – These contain implementation information or work-in-progress and have a maximum of 2,500 words. Presenters are required to submit an abstract of 500 words maximum together with a presentation with a maximum of 5 slides.

The following journals published by Inderscience will publish a special edition based on Academic Papers selected from the conference:

+ The International Journal of Technology Management
+ The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
+ Dr. Dan Kirsch, Chief Operating Officer & Board Member, KMPro, USA
+ Mike Southon, Best selling author of The Beermat Entrepreneur, the UK's best-selling business title. Owner of Beermat.biz, an online resource for entrepreneurs and business people

+ Prof. Dr. Wim Vanhaverbeke, Professor of Strategy at Hasselt University, Belgium, Research Fellow at the Eindhoven Center for Innovation Studies, The Netherlands and Director/Founder of OpenInnovation.eu

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