4th Annual International Conference on Business Strategy and Organizational Behaviour (BizStrategy 2014)

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Monday, July 21, 2014 - Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Target Audience:
Academic and Practice
Hotel Fort Canning, Singapore
Country: Singapore (SNP)
General Phone:
+65 6327 0166
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A business strategy provides an overall direction to the organization. Strategic planning in business is a vital back end exercise, and one that demands your own thoughts and ideas. Unlike most other business areas, strategic planning can’t be outsourced or passed on to other parties – it’s something you, as a business owner, will need to concern yourself with, and your drive and passion is the main factor sitting behind any success you do ultimately achieve. Thus your personal investment in strategic planning is fundamental to growing and improving the way your business operates. For any small business owner, the importance in business strategy planning is obvious and essential to long term success, thus it is a factor that should be considered on a frequent, if you weekly or daily basis. 
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Disruptive Technology
  • Technology in MSMEs
  • Technology adoptions by Indian companies
  • Technology in Emerging Economies
  • Bottom of the Pyramid
  • Blue Ocean Strategy
  • Corporate restructuring and Change
  • E-Business practice, management and strategy
  • E-business policy, standards, regulations, and legal issues
  • E-business economics and development trend
  • Global e-business operations and supply chain management
  • Green e-business, organization, technology and practices
  • Strategic management in e-commerce enterprise
  • Approaches and Models of Strategic Management
  • Challenges to Strategic Management
  • The Strategic Audit: Aid to Strategic Decision Making
  • Ethical Issues and Social Responsibilities
  • Different Approaches and Models of Industry Analysis
  • Approaches of International Risk Assessment
  • Strategic Issues in Managing Stakeholder Relationships
  • Global Branding Issues in Strategic Management
  • Approaches to Evaluating Competitive Intelligence
  • Competitive Analysis Techniques-how to use
  • Research on Core and Distinctive Competencies
  • Strategic Marketing & Financial Issues
  • Strategic Information Technology Issues
  • Corporate Strategy Formulation Approaches
  • SWOT Analysis and Carrying Out Business Strategy
  • Types of Business Competitive Strategy
  • Types of Cooperative Strategy
  • Portfolio Analysis Approaches and Techniques
  • Approaches of Corporate Parenting Strategy
  • Unrelated Strategy: Criteria of Holding Type Strategy (Multipoint Composition)
  • Advanced Types of Organizational Structures
  • Situational Analysis for Strategic Planning
  • Leadership and Strategic Management
  • Constructing Corporate Scenarios for Generating Strategic Alternatives
  • Problems of Global Strategy
  • Advanced Types of Organizational Structures for Effective Strategy Implementation
  • Structure and Staffing Relations with Strategy
  • Problems in Implementing Growth and Retrenchment Strategies
  • Relationship of Management by Objectives and Strategic Management
  • Relationship of Total Quality Management and Strategic Issues
  • Leadership and Leading Types for Effective Strategy Formulation and Implementation
  • International Strategic Performance Measurement
  • Strategic Issues in Managing Technology and Innovation
  • Categories of Innovation for Proper Strategy Formulation
  • Role of the Entrepreneur as Strategist
  • What is an "effective" or a "valuable" relationship at work, what underlies relational efficacy and upon what contextual factors does it depend?
  • How do organization members build effective relationships at work?
  • How does the process of relationship emergence differ when the targets are internal (versus external) to the organization? What is the nature of this process in virtual relationships?
  • How might peer relations in organizations serve as mechanisms of control and what are the means that managers use to gain control over such relations?
  • What is the role of social categorization and other interpersonal processes, such as perspective-taking, on the emergence of relationships within and across teams and organizations?
  • How do employees use their relationships with others in the workplace to influence their self-identity and the meaning of their jobs?
  • How do relational networks within and between organizations change over time, and what are the key drivers of such change.


Full Paper Submission Deadline 17th January 2014
Final Paper (Camera-Ready) Submission Deadline 14th March 2014
Early Bird Registration Deadline: 16th May 2014
Late Registration Deadline: 20th June 2014
Conference Dates: 21st – 22nd July 2014