Diary

Development and Learning in Organizations

ISSN: 1477-7282

Article publication date: 4 October 2011

Citation

(2011), "Diary", Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. 25 No. 6. https://doi.org/10.1108/dlo.2011.08125faa.014

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2011, Emerald Group Publishing Limited


Diary

Article Type: Diary From: Development and Learning in Organizations, Volume 25, Issue 6

13th Annual ILA Global Conference

26-29 October 2011, London, UK

About the conference:

More than 700 leadership scholars, practitioners, and educators from close to 50 countries gather each year at ILA’s annual Global Conference to present their finest research and scholarship, compelling ideas, best practices, newest teaching techniques, and unique stories from the field. Leadership in all its multifaceted and multicultural complexity is examined through an exciting combination of pre-conference workshops, concurrent sessions, and keynote speakers.

Our conference is the best place for those with a passion for leadership to learn and share across disciplines, professions, and sectors. In today’s always on, global, complex world, the transformation of leadership knowledge and practice is imperative. ILA’s annual global conference offers a unique learning and networking experience like none other in the field.

Who attends the ILA global leadership conferences?

ILA participants are leadership scholars, educators, and practitioners who share a commitment to learning from and with one another. Participants represent many disciplines and professions across the academic, private, and public sectors. They are individuals conducting research, making decisions for their corporations, teaching students and developing young leaders, consulting and coaching leaders, guiding governments, serving non-profits, taking classes, and everyone in-between who has a professional interest and passion for leadership.

Conference highlights:

  • Over 150 panel discussions, paper presentations, workshops, and case studies.

  • Inspiring keynote speakers.

  • Unique pre-conference workshops and special events.

  • Unparalleled learning and networking opportunities.

  • New bridges between leadership theory and practice.

Contact: Josh Tarr: Conferences@ila-net.org; website: www.ila-net.org/Conferences/2011/index.htm

International Conference on Business and Technology

1 4 November 2011, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

About the conference:

Management practices have created an impact on societies, cultures, technologies, environment, markets, public policies and international collaborations in business and commerce. The digital age has changed the business world and new business models have replaced the traditional ones. The cutthroat competition of the business world has forced organizations’ to encourage new trends and improve existing business trends as well. Change is all the more overriding in the developing and less developed countries. Globalization of business has not only resulted in foreign direct investments and foreign institutional investments but also a great deal of technology transfer and innovations in product and process design.

About the organizers:

International Association of Management Scholars (IAMS), an international professional organization representing the interests of various management areas all round the globe through a vast pool of scholars. The purposes of the Association is to extend and integrate knowledge that contributes to the improved understanding and practices of management, to disseminate information on management areas to managers, scientists, educators, students, public and private organizations, national and local governments, and the general public as well as promote the improvement of business strategies and its teaching in public and private organizations throughout the world.

Contact: Dr Gajendra Singh: gajendra_ kashyap@rediffmail.com; website: http://iams-international.org/icbt11/