Knowledge Globalization Conference

Our Vision: A Better Future for all in a Knowledge-Based World

The Knowledge Globalization Institute, Boston, MA and Suffolk University, Boston, MA jointly hosts Knowledge Globalization conferences in Boston and other venues since 2008. 

The Knowledge Globalization Institute, Boston, MA and Suffolk University, Boston, MA have jointly hosted 12 Knowledge Globalization Conferences in Boston (US), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Pune (India), and Istanbul, Turkey, Shijiazhuang, China and Delhi, India since 2008. More than 1500 scholars from 50 countries have attended these conferences.

We look forward to your participation in our global conferences.


Kglobal Conference 2018

The theme of the conference is “21st century Organizational leadership challenges.”
21st century organization leaders need be change leaders. They will manage changes which organizations experienced never before. Organizations need change leaders who are fast movers and hungry for success. Strategic realignment, restructuring, sustainability, bigdata, data based decisions, globalization, technology, competition, marketing forces, human capital development, knowledge based management, adaptive and flexible processes, quick obsolescence of products, processes and technology are some of the challenges 21st century leaders are supposed to face.

This conference will explore many of these issues in depth through paper presentations, plenary sessions, case discussions, demonstrations and training.  Scholars from developed and developing countries are expected to join the conference.  Academics, policy makers, government employees, NGOs, technology vendors, social thought leaders all will have opportunities to learn and contribute.

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Knowledge Globalization Conference 2015

Knowledge Globalization Institute organizes conferences to share knowledge across disciplines without geographical boundaries. These conferences bring scholars, thought leaders, and innovators in academia and practitioners together to share knowledge in their respective fields. This sharing of knowledge contributes to new ideas and innovations which are relevant for economic and social changes. Each conference is built around a broad theme.

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Knowledge Globalization Conference 2011-12

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