Plenary Sessions

 

This is a unique Conference because you can assist:

– Meet the Editor´s Session Debate (in which Editors-in-Chief of SSCI/JCR-ranked journals (WOS by Clarivate Analytics) will discuss the most advanced topics on the publications). In INEKA 2019, we will count with:

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– Meet the Editor´s Session Debate (in which Editors-in-Chief of SSCI/JCR-ranked journals (WOS by Clarivate Analytics) will discuss the most advanced topics on the publications). In INEKA 2019, we will count with:

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– How to publish Plenary Sessions in which Editors-in-Chief will offer special guidelines on how to publish in his/her journals. In INEKA 2019, we will count with:

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– Coffee with Editors. In INEKA 2019, we will count with:

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– A Masterclass in effective reviewing for an academic journal

  • Professor Paul Jones, Professor Sascha Kraus and Professor William C. McDowell
  • Effective reviewing for a business management journal is an essential and required element of academics’ contribution to their discipline. This workshop led by a team of experienced research Professors and journal Editors will provide an interactive session on best practices for effective journal reviewing. The session will allow participants to acquire clear guidelines and detailed knowledge regarding effective journal reviewing for a range of academic journals that will improve their scholastic competencies.
  • The cost of this workshop is 50€

– Dynamic Performance Management: Emerging approaches and techniques

  • Professor Ricarda Ricciardi
  • Rooted in systems thinking, Dynamic Performance Management (DPM) is a new approach that enables the multi-level mapping of an organization’s key resources, flows and performance drivers, along with the complex relationships across these factors. DPM is raising increasing interest because it allows scholars and practitioners to analyse not only linear relationships between variables, but also feedback loops (such as vicious and virtuous cycles). DPM is particularly suited to assess and (re)design an organization’s economic, social and environmental sustainability in an integrated fashion.
  • The cost of this workshop is 50€