If you are interested in joining a 2019 caucus proposal submission to explore potential collaboration on a International Management Education book project please contact me for details at email@example.com by November 20th.My colleagues Yvonne Du Plessis, Denise Tsang, and I are seeking contributions in completing book project tentatively accepted by Routledge.
This book will be probing a deep understanding of IME in light of exponential development of artificial intelligence, Big Data, demographic shifts, expansion of robotic utilization in many economic sectors, aging populations and negative population growth in developed economies, multi polar international political system, migration patterns, and fundamental shifts in individual and social interactions using digital media. Also, this book contextualizes cultural intelligence, positive energy, and social responsibility within the context of IME. Finally, this book will examine the future meaning of global IME-glocalisation.
If you or one of your colleagues likes to contribute to one of the chapters below or closely aligned content, Please email me so we can include you in our Cacus proposal:
New frontiers in international management education knowledge acquisition and transfer
The world digitization, cryptocurrencies, and social responsibility
Ecology, neurosciences, nanotechnology and ethical considerations for international managers' decision making
As defined by AOM, "The premise of a caucus is primarily to provide an opportunity for scholars to innovate, share and discuss emergent ideas that are still in the incubatory stage. Caucuses are designed to provide a convenient, informal way for AOM members with shared interests to find one another and to develop a sense of community within the larger AOM structure as well as to explore potential collaborations in a forum open to all interested AOM members. Caucuses' deliberations are more of an informal exchange with facilitators rather than a designated presenter(s). The submissions for a caucus should detail the ideas for discussion and the format planned by the organizers and is typically no more than two pages in length. A caucus is more informal where AOM members with shared interests can discuss common issues and explore potential research collaborations."