on Global Collaboration in the Internet Age
Associate Professor of Management
St. John’s University
New York, USA
Today in management
education and other venues scholars, instructors, and learners are
working together using new technologies including wikis, blogs, virtual
worlds (such as Second Life), email, websites, social networking sites
(LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.), etc. in new combinations and ways as
platforms and structures to partner robustly.
This track invites reports of work on international virtual
collaborations, the issues associated with initiating and maintaining
them, and implications for improved approaches in the future. Such
collaborations might include research or publication projects,
educational or teaching endeavors, or business or other sector
Papers will be evaluated for
originality, significance, clarity, and contribution. It is IBIMA
policy to send complete papers to two reviewers for full blind peer
to send a summary of review back to the author(s) . Short papers/abstracts
will be reviewed by reviewer and/or the editor. All review comments and
suggestions should be addressed in the final submission. Submitted Papers must not have
been previously published or currently submitted
for publication elsewhere.
proceedings will be
published as an e-book on a
CD (ISBN: 978-0-9821489-0-7) and will be published on the "Communications of the IBIMA"
the session name on your manuscript.
All Submissions should be sent to only one e-mail: either Cairo2009@ibima.org
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