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Knowledge Globalization Conference 2016

The theme of the conference is “Digital Education for Developing Countries- Education of the Future”.  The future education in developing countries will heavily rely on technology. Mounting demands, escalating costs, and deteriorating quality threaten disastrous consequences for education, especially higher education in developing countries. Lack of resources, weak or no controls for quality, and historical mode of education are sometime blamed for the problems.  These countries have to quickly start the process to prepare for adopting digital education in blended mode and in on-line mode to give quality education to their teeming millions of learners quickly.   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.

  • Knowledge Globalization Conference 2016

    December 28, 2016 – December 29, 2016

    The theme is Digital Education for Developing Countries- Education of the Future.  The education in developing countries need to rely heavily on technology. Demands, costs, and quality are the main issues of higher education in developing countries. The conference will explore opportunities and advances in digital education and training addressing  these issues through paper presentations, plenary sessions, case discussions, demonstrations and training.

     

    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.

    • KGC-India 2015

      August 13, 2015 – August 15, 2015

      Globalization, disruptive technology, competitive environment, new entrepreneurial energy, complex structures, strategic realignments, social networks, multidisciplinary focus and cultural imperatives all of these made organizational management a challenging field of study and research. We are living in a dynamic new world of business and economics. The Knowledge Globalization Conference 2015 in Delhi aims to bring scholars from the east and the west to discuss, argue and unravel some of these complexities to navigate their ways through a brighter future.

    • KGC Boston 2013

      November 1, 2013 – November 1, 2013

      Rapid global changes is the striking characteristics of this decade. Advances in technology have been described as disruptive- meaning business as usual does not fit the changing environment. It demands changes in strategic thinking across the social and economic domains. Business, industry, and education need to realign their goals, products, and processes to new strategic thinking. Is everyone is up to the challenges of our time?

       


    • KGC-Turkey 2013

      May 8, 2013 – May 10, 2013

      Eighth Knowledge Globalization Conference

      Host
      Bo─čaziçi University


      Center for Innovation and Competition-based Development Studies,

      May 8-10, 2013

      Istanbul, Turkey

      Organizers

      Suffolk University, Boston, USA

       Knowledge Globalization Institute, Boston, USA

       

       

    • KGC-Boston 2012

      November 9, 2012 – November 10, 2012

      Seventh Knowledge Globalization Conference
      November 9-10, 2012

      Host: Sawyer Business School, Suffolk University, Boston

      Theme: Challenges in the Future of Higher Education: The US Model and Global Alternatives

      A Multidisciplinary Conference

      Organizer: Knowledge Globalization Institute, Boston, USA

    Knowledge Globalization Conference 2011-12



    • Knowledge Globalization Conference 2012 (Pune, India)

      January 5, 2012 – January 7, 2012

      Conference Theme: Managing Challenges of Emerging Economies

       

      Conference goal

       

      The conference goal is to discuss the challenges and opportunities faced by the emerging economies by sharing knowledge among developed and developing countries. Knowledge globalization encourages initiatives that participate, provide, and promote the process of knowledge sharing to benefit global economic  and social development.  

       

      Papers will be accepted in English only

       

      Call for papers

      We invite papers on topics related to economic  development for sustainable organizational  solutions,  capacity development, innovations in science and technology, economic and financial  applications, social advancement, cultural issues, and accountability.

       

      Submission deadline is October 31, 2011

    • Knowledge Globalization Conference 2011 Boston

      October 15, 2011 – October 16, 2011

       

      Fifth Knowledge Globalization Conference 2011- Boson, Massachusetts
      October 15-16, 2011 was held successfully.

      Knowledge Sharing for organizational Effectiveness

      With Emphasis on Global Supply Chain, and Economic and Social aspects of Poverty

       

    • Knowledge Globalization Conference 2010 (Boston, USA)

      July 15, 2010 – July 17, 2010
    • Knowledge Globalization Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh, held on May 08-10,2010

      May 8, 2010 – May 10, 2010

      Theme: Empowerment through knowledge transfer and progress through knowledge sharing.
      Tracks: Social Business, energy and water resource management, environmental responsibility, global business, information technology and innovation, natural disaster, online education and educational technology, finance and accounting, issues in economics, ethical and social issues, and NGO’s role in rural development.
      Submission deadline: April 15, 2010