The International Journal of Management, Knowledge and Learning will publish a special issue from contributions presented at the MakeLearn & TIIM Conference 2017.
Global transitions and changes occur faster than ever. This is also the case with management of knowledge, technology and business in today’s globally networked economy. It is increasingly important to take the transition component at the focal point or research. This special issue is striving to address and present key issues related to this topic, first of all from the areas of business and management. The central themes of this special issue are knowledge management, human resource management, technology management, business administration, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Special Issue Editor: Dr Matti Muhos, University of Oulu and University of Jyväskylä, Finland, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for paper submission: 15 March 2017
First notification: 15 April 2017
Revised paper submission: 1 May 2017
Final decision: 15 May 2017
Special Issue will be published in 2017
» To submit the paper, please login to the conference webpage.
MakeLearn & TIIM Joint Conference 2017 will be held in Lublin, Poland from 17 to 19 May 2017. Every year the programme of this conference includes also the Editors Panel. Suggestions from editors of international journals help authors to publish their papers. IJMKL will participate as one of sponsored journals and is honoured to announce a special issue of IJMKL in 2017, which will include some of the best papers of the conference.
Editor-in-Chief: Dr Kristijan Breznik, International School for Social and Business, Slovenia
International School for Social and Business Studies,
Mariborska cesta 7, SI-3000 Celje, Slovenia
Phone +386 3 425 82 40, Fax +386 3 425 82 22
E-mail email@example.com • Web www.ijmkl.si
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