Proceedings of The Third International Conference on ICT Management for Global Competitiveness And Economic Growth in Emerging Economies ICTM 2015. Conference Theme: Socio-Economic Sciences and Challenges of Modern Technology and Planetary Communication.
Proceedings on ICT Management (ICTM 2015), University of Wrocław, Poland, PLAIS, Linköping University, Sweden, College of Management “Edukacja”, Wroclaw, Poland, October 22-23, 2015/ed. by J. Kowal, H. Lindskog, P. Soja and R. Sonntag
150 Pages Posted: 1 Nov 2015 Last revised: 4 Nov 2015
Date Written: October 21, 2015
Communication is increasingly at the center of human activity and crucial to the success of individual professionals and their organizations. Moreover, communication in various organizations (companies, schools, etc.) encompasses all the means, both formal and informal, by which information is conveyed. These various modes of communication may be exploited to disseminate official information between parties, to exchange hearsay and rumors, or anything in between. The challenge for businesses, pedagogy and linguistics is to channel these myriad communications so they serve to improve relations, bolster individual satisfaction, build knowledge-sharing throughout the organization, and most importantly, enhance mutual understanding. Unfortunately, despite this vigorous economic growth, most emerging economies still lag behind the mature, developed countries in economic output and standard of living. To truly close this gap, new management techniques, new business models, and new regulatory policies, among other factors may be needed. Moreover, information and communication technologies (ICTs) will likely play a vital role in this development process. Thus, the objective of this conference is to provide a forum for interested researchers and practitioners to exchange their experiences and creative ideas related to ICT management for global competitiveness and economic growth in emerging economies.
Keywords: ICT Management,Global Competitiveness, Economic Growth, Emerging Countries
JEL Classification: O1, O14, O15, O4
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