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The constantly changing business environment makes organizational change imperative. Hence, the management ideas and theories, popular and applicable at one point in time become obsolete, and new ideas and approaches to management take their place. Since the industrial revolution, management as a discipline has undergone numerous transformations.
While trying to understand the changes in business and management, we find disruption at the core of those changes. Disruptive thinking has led to path-breaking innovations and has generated creative ideas in management thinking and leadership. Japanese-Management and Indian-Management have established themselves as alternatives to American-Management. Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility are continuously changing the functioning of organizations globally. Social impact of business is one such idea that has impacted the strategic thinking of the organizations. Organizations, once seen as profit making entities, have moved to ‘Triple Bottom Line’ and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Technology has made business ‘Local-Global-Local’. Technological advancements have provided impetus to disruptive thinking in an organizational context. At times, they have become the reason for the changes that have subsequently transformed organizational structures, business processes, people management, product & service designs, supply chain management, advertising and marketing, and accessibility to the consumers.
In future, the idea of complete automation of the production systems is going to pose a challenge not only to management thinking, but also to the inter-relationships of organizations, people and society. Hence, it is important to understand the inter-linkage of disruptive thinking, technological innovations and management of business organizations.
'Design-thinking' is one such upcoming area, which will be extensively used in creative thinking and innovative problem solving, and offers possibilities of disruptive thinking in management and leadership.
Dr.Divvya Kirti Gupta, Associate Professor, GITAM HBS, Hyderabad
Dr.K.Sreekanth, Assistant Professor, GITAM HBS, Hyderabad
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The research papers may be in the range of 5000-6000 words and abstract should be of maximum 250 words. The paper submission should be in MS Word format (Written in A4 single column, Times New Roman, with 12-point font size, 1.5 line spacing, and 4-6 Keywords). Reference cited in the paper should conform to APA style of referencing.
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The papers would be screened by the review committee before the final acceptance.
The accepted papers presented in the conference will be published with ISBN number. Quality papers selected from the proceedings of the Conference may be considered for publication in UGC approved journal, The Indian Management Researcher, which is a Biannual Journal of Hyderabad Business School, GITAM-Hyderabad, and International Journal of Business Competition & Growth subject to Journals’ policy. We encourage you to submit empirical papers. In addition case-studies may be considered for publication in Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (EEMCS) subject to the publication policy.
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