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【会议改期】第十届企业跨国经营国际研讨会——全球投资、新技术与创新人力资源管理实践

发布时间:2019-03-08

March 11, 2020


Dear Colleague:


Greetings from Nanjing, China!  


Due to the spread of the novel coronavirus to many countries outside China, the Chinese Ministry of Education suggests that we propone our June 19-21, 2020 Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management--Global Investment, New Technologies and Innovative Human Resource Management Practice to later in 2020.   


We are examining all options related to our international conference. Our first priority, of course, is to mitigate factors that may adversely affect the travel, health and safety of everyone involved.  


After consulting with our keynote speakers and co-sponsoring institutions, we have rescheduled our 10th International Symposium on November 20-22, 2020.  I feel terribly sorry that we have had to postpone our international conference dates and for any inconvenience to you.


The new registration date for the November 20-22 Conference is September 1, 2020.


Please find the new Symposium schedule:

September 1, 2020


October 1, 2020

Invitation letter and registration form (the 2nd Announcement)

Deadline for early bird registration

November 20, 2020

On-site Registration

November 21, 2020 Morning


Opening Ceremony, Keynote Speeches, and Plenary Session  

November 21, 2020 Afternoon


Parallel Sessions

November 22, 2020 Morning


Keynote Speeches and Plenary Session

November 22, 2020 Afternoon


Parallel Sessions

Conference Plenary Session and Closing Ceremony


I have also attached a new Symposium Announcement. Please help inform any of your colleagues of changes to the new November 20-22 dates.


Thank you very much for your cooperation and support! We look forward to seeing you in Nanjing in November.


With thanks and regards,

Shuming ZHAO, Ph.D.

Chair of the 10th International Symposium

Nanjing University Senior Professor and Honorary Dean

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing, 210093

P.R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83592077 (D)  86-25-83593419 (D)

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail: zhaosm@nju.edu.cn




RESCHEDULED

The Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management--

GlobalInvestment, NewTechnologies and InnovativeHumanResource Management Practice


 第十届企业跨国经营国际研讨会——

全球投资、新技术与创新人力资源管理实践

改期时间


NEW DATE

November 20-22, 2020

Nanjing, China


Organizing Institutions


Organized and Sponsored by

School of Business, Nanjing University, People’s Republic of China

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Co- Sponsored by

School of Business, American University, USA

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Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management,

 Claremont Graduate University, USA

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Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, USA

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 Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Göttingen, Germany 德国哥廷根大学真人网络赌钱

Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands

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 Office of International Studies and Programs and College of Business Administration,

 University of Missouri–St. Louis, USA

美国密苏里大学圣路易斯分校国际研究和项目办与真人游戏现金可提现

 The University of Sydney Business School, Australia

澳大利亚悉尼大学真人游戏现金可提现

 Woosong University, Republic of Korea

 韩国又松大学



 Supported by

 Department of Management Sciences, National Natural Science Foundation of China

 中国国家自然科学基金会管理学部


Conference Background


 The global economy is experiencing uncertainties in trade and investment unseen since the global financial crisis in 2008. Uncertainty in the global policy environment for investment has undermined the confidence of both entrepreneurs and investors. Trade tensions have further heightened such uncertainty for businesses and risk disrupting global value chains and investment patterns, especially in regions tightly linked to the US and China. There is a danger of slowing growth in the world’s two largest economies, which will weigh heavily on global growth. Furthermore, economic, political and geopolitical uncertainty has increased in areas, including Europe and the Middle East, brought by rising protectionism, trade disputes and shifting geopolitical alliances and new technologies. As a double-edged sword, new technologies disrupt existing business models on the one hand, while on the other hand could potentially help multinational firms address the concerns about the changing rules and processes of the existing global trading system under these accumulating risks. In this period of coexisting danger and opportunity, how will these countervailing forces shape the new growth and competitive strategies of multinational firms?    


 New technologies, such as IoT, AI and Blockchain, are changing the business world in unprecedented ways. Multinational firms capable of exploiting these technologies will radically streamline and enhance their existing processes, create entirely new business models, and develop innovative products and services that cater to a new age structure of consumers. For example, the number of people aging 60 and over is expected to double to more than two billion by 2050. How to make appropriate investment decisions and take advantage of new technologies and demographic shifts requires innovative strategies by managers of multinational firms. Uncertainties in international trade, no matter whether between developed and developing countries, such as the recent trade war between the US and China, or between developed countries, highlighted by Brexit, will further challenge multinational firms to explore global business opportunities in new modes.   


 Besides disrupting markets and competition, rapidly evolving new technologies are also changing the nature of work and how work is done. Democratization of work empowers individual employees and enhances their autonomy in decision-making. It challenges our long-held assumptions about leadership, organizational operating models, workforce engagement, culture and purpose, and the future of the profession in human resource management. We are moving from a world of hierarchical organizational structures toward a flat world where human resources can be digitally activated, deactivated, and reconfigured as needed and where needed. In addition, new technologies have popularized social media and offered new models of communication and collaboration within and between organizations. Working forces are organized in a flat, interconnected, dynamic, and creative world. Imagine an interconnected world where most (or a significant percentage) of the people doing the work are not our employees, but rather freelancers who have complete control over what work they choose to do, when they do it, where they do it, with whom they do it, and why they do it. The challenge of building a productive work community in such an environment will reshape the role of leaders and human resource professionals. Successful global investments and multinational operations will force international managers to innovate in HRM practices to support the implementation of new corporate strategies. 


In order to rise to these new challenges caused by the ongoing massive demographic transformation and new technologies, managers call upon innovative HRM research and practices. To explore solutions to these issues, Nanjing University will host the Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management on June 19-21, 2020. This symposium follows the earlier conferences held in 1992, 1996, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2011, 2014 and 2017. The symposium aims to provide a forum for scholars, entrepreneurs, and CEOs from multinational firms to discuss how corporations can create new business models, explore more business opportunities globally and reshape the relationship between human resources management and the advancement of new technologies. We have chosen "Multinational Business Management—GlobalInvestment, NewTechnologies and InnovativeHumanResource Management” as the theme of the Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management.  


We cordially invite you to participate in this international symposium, to be held in Nanjing, People's Republic of China on November 20-22, 2020. It will be our privilege to welcome you to share your research findings, management experience, and creative ideas with participants from diverse backgrounds. We call for scholars, experts, and practitioners at home and abroad to attend the Symposium.


Conference Theme  

Submissions may include theoretical issues, new ideas, methodological issues, empirical studies, or case studies in the field of enterprise management and developments of Chinese and/or multinational corporations confronting changing global investment patterns, new technologies, and human resource management challenges.  


Research Topics

Research topics related to corporate strategy, organizational behavior, human resource management, corporate finance and investment, e-commerce, operations management and marketing are all welcome. Possible topics include but not limited to the following:  


Entrepreneurship & Strategy

 Entrepreneurship

 Innovation & Creativity

 Strategic Management in Multinational Corporations


OrganizationalBehavior&Human Resource Management

 Human Resource Management & New Technologies

 Human Resource Management &SocialNetworks

 Innovative Human Resource Management Models in Multinational Corporations

 Leadership& Top Management Team

 Organizational Culture & Communication

 StrategicHuman Resource Management


Corporate Finance &Investment

 Auditing & Finance

 CorporateCapitalRaising&Investment

 Corporate Governance

 MergeandAcquisition


E-Commerce, Operations & Marketing

 Behavioral Operations Management

 Big Data & Business Analytics

 Customer Behavior

 Channel Management & Omnichannel Operations

 Data-Driven Decisions in Supply Chain Management

 New-Retail


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Conference Dates  

 The Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management will be held in Nanjing, P.R. China on November 20-22, 2020.   


Tentative Schedule  



September 1, 2020


October 1, 2020

Invitation letter and registration form (the 2ndAnnouncement)

Deadline for early bird registration

November 20, 2020

On-site Registration

November 21, 2020 Morning


Opening Ceremony, Keynote Speeches, and Plenary Session  

November21, 2020 Afternoon


Parallel Sessions

November 22, 2020 Morning


Keynote Speeches and Plenary Session

November 22, 2020 Afternoon


Parallel Sessions

Conference Plenary Session and Closing Ceremony


Languages

 The working language for the plenary sessions of the Symposium will be English. Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for plenary sessions. No interpretation will be provided for parallel sessions. All paper presentations and session discussions will be in English.  


Conference Payment  


Early bird registration fee (before May 1, 2020)

Regular registration fee

Participants from Mainland China

RMB1800 yuan

RMB2600 yuan

Student attendees from Mainland China

RMB1000 yuan

RMB1400 yuan

Overseas participants

US$360

US$420

Overseas students

US$180

US$210


You may pay registration fees by cashier's check or remittance.

For RMB payment:

Account Name: Nanjing University

Account Number: 4301011309001041656  

Bank Name: ICBC Hankou Road sub-branch Nanjing


For USD payment:

Account Name: NANJING UNIVERSITY

Account Number:524858209957

Bank Name: BANK OF CHINA NANJING CENTER BRANCH

Bank Address: NO.29 HONGWU ROAD NANJING JIANGSU

SWIFT NO.: BKCHCNBJ940


Please specify that the payment is for the Tenth International Conference registration fees. The fee includes welcoming reception, all meals during the symposium, and symposium proceedings.The fee does not include transportation for participants from his/her location to the symposium, accommodations, insurance and medical fees, etc.


Accommodations

 The organizer will assist participants to reserve hotel accommodations at the conference rate.


Planning Committee Chairperson


 Dr. Shuming ZHAO

 Nanjing University Senior Professor and Honorary Dean

 School of Business  

 Nanjing University

 16 Jinyin Jie

 Nanjing 210093

 P.R.China

 Tel.: 86-25-83592077 (O)

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: zhaosm@nju.edu.cn


Planning Committee Vice-Chairpersons


 Dr. Ya-Ru CHEN  

 Professor of Management and Global Business  

 Johnson Graduate School of Management

 Cornell University

 Ithaca, NY 14853

 U.S.A.

 Tel.: 607-255-1974

 Fax: 607-254-4590

 E-mail: yc659@cornell.edu


 Dr. Jenny DARROCH  

 Henry Y. Hwang Dean, Professor and Drucker Brand Champion

 Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management

 Claremont Graduate University

 Claremont, CA 91711

 U.S.A.

 Tel.: 909-607-3811

 Fax: 909-706-5098

 E-mail: Jenny.Darroch@cgu.edu


 Dr. John DELANEY  

 Professor of Management and Dean  

 Kogod School of Business  

 American University

 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NWWashington, DC 20016

 Tel.: 202-885-1985

 Fax: 202-885-1992

 E-mail: jdelaney@american.edu


 Dr. John E. ENDICOTT

 President and Professor

 Woosong University and

 Vice Chancellor and Acting Dean  

 SolBridge International School of Business

 Daejeon, Republic of Korea

 Tel.: 82-42-630-8501

 Fax: 82-42-630-8510

 E-mail: endicott@solbridge.ac.kr  


 Dr. Meinhard GANS  

 Professor, Maastricht University and Dean

 Maastricht School of Management

 P.B. Box 1203

 6201 BE Maastricht

 The Netherlands

 Tel.: 31-433870866

 Fax: 31-433617237

 E-mail: gans@msm.nl


 Dr. Joel GLASSMAN  

 Associate Provost and Director Emeritus

 Office of International Studies and Programs

 University of Missouri-St. Louis

 One University Boulevard

 St. Louis, MO 63121-4400

 U.S.A.

 Tel.: 314-516-5753

 Fax: 314-516-6757

 E-mail: jglassman@umsl.edu


 Dr. Lutz M. KOLBE

 Professor and Dean of Research

 Faculty of Economic Sciences and

 Chair of Information Management

 University of Göttingen

 Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5

 D-37073 Göttingen

 Germany

 Tel.: 49-551-39-4441

 Fax: 49-551-39-9735

 E-mail: lkolbe@uni-goettingen.de


 Dr Greg WHITWELL

 Professor and Dean

 University of Sydney Business School

 University of Sydney

 Camperdown, NSW 2006

 Australia

 Tel.: 61-2-93513084

 Fax: 61-2-93516639

 E-mail: Gregory.whitwell@sydney.edu.au


Planning Committee Vice Chairperson and Secretary General   


 Dr. Hong LIU  

 Professor and CPC Party Secretary

 School of Business

 Nanjing University

 16 Jinyin Jie

 Nanjing 210093

 P.R. China

 Tel.: 86-25-83593515 (O)

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: liuhong@nju.edu.cn


Planning Committee Executive Vice Secretaries General


 Dr. Yuetang WANG

 Professor and Dean

 School of Management

 School of Business

 Nanjing University

 16 Jinyin Jie

 Nanjing 210093

 P.R.China

 Tel.: 86-25-83592139(O)

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: wangyt@nju.edu.cn


Planning Committee Vice Secretaries General


 Ms. Yongju CAO

 Associate Dean and Director

 School of Business

 Nanjing University

 16 Jinyin Jie

 Nanjing 210093

 P.R. China  

 Tel.: 86-25-83593929

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: cyju@nju.edu.cn


 Dr. Shunping HAN

 Professor and Associate Dean

 School of Business

 Nanjing University  

 16 Jinyin Jie

 Nanjing 210093

 P.R. China

 Tel.: 86-25-83621013

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: shunpinghan@nju.edu.cn


 Dr. Chunlin LIU  

 Professor and Associate Dean

 School of Management  

 School of Business

 Nanjing University

 16 Jinyin Jie

 Nanjing 210093

 P.R.China

 Tel.: 86-25-83621047 (O)

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: liucl@nju.edu.cn


 Dr. Stephen NICHOLAS

 Emeritus Professor of University of Newcastle

 Professor, School of Management-School of Commerce

 High-end Foreign Expert for Chinese State Adminitration of Foreign Exptert Affairs

 Tianjin Normal University

 West Bin Shui Avenue

 Tianjin, 300074, PRC

 Tel.: 44-7930942097

 E-mail: stephen.nicholas@newcastle.edu.au


 Dr. Quansheng WANG   

 Professor and Associate Dean

 School of Management

 School of Business

 Nanjing University

 P.R. China

 Tel.: 86-25-83621104

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: wangqs@nju.edu.cn


 Dr. Jinping YU

 Professor and Associate Dean

 School of Business

 Nanjing University  

 16 Jinyin Jie

 Nanjing 210093

 P.R. China

 Tel.: 86-25-83621350

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: yujp@nju.edu.cn


Planning Committee Members

Dr. Donghua CHEN

 Professor and Chair, Department of Accounting, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Hongzhi CHEN

 Assistant Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Lihua CHEN

 Professor, Department of Accounting, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Xi CHEN  

 Professor and Chair, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing  

 University,China

Dr. Dejun CHENG

 Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Wanwen DAI   

 Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing  

 University,China

Mr. Yiren DONG    

 Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Wei HE  

 Associate Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. LiangdingJIA

 Professor and Chair, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Chunyan JIANG  

 Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Shu LIN  

 Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Accounting, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Ning MAO

 Professor, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Yina MAO

 Associate Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Jisheng PENG  

 Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Lifang SHI   

 Associate Professor, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Zhe SONG

 Professor, Department of Marketing& Electronic Business, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Sun Young SUNG

 Associate Professor, Department of Human Resource management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Xiangnan Tao

 Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Shan Wu

 Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Xiaolin XU  

 Professor, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Zhijian XU

 Professor, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Guocai Wang

 Associated Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Xiang Wang

 Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Yizhen WU

 Associate Professor and Director, EDP Center, School of Business, Nanjing University, China  

Dr. Dongtao YANG  

 Professor, Department of Human Resource management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr Xue YANG

 Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Xiao ZHANG

 Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Wenhong ZHANG  

 Professor and Director of EMBA Education Center and International MBA Center, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Zhengtang ZHANG

 Professor and Chair, Department of Human Resources Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Yixuan ZHAO

 Assistant Researcher, Department of Human Resources Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China


Secretariat

 School of Business, Nanjing University, 16 Jinyin Jie, Nanjing, People Republic of China, 210093

 Tel.: 86-25-83592077

 Fax: 86-25-83317769

 E-mail: hrm2020@nju.edu.cn


Contact Information

 Ms. Feng Han

 Vice Director, Administrative Office, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

 Mr. Yuanben Li

 Director, Administrative Office, School of Management, School of Business, Nanjing University,  

 China

 Ms. Mengtian Zhu

 Secretary to the Dean, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

 Ms. MiaoYu

  Secretary to the Department Chair, School of Management, School of Business, Nanjing University,  

 China