The 17th ICESALM 2020 Organizing Committee cordially invites contributors from academia and industry from all over the world to submit their original research in the forthcoming conference which will be held in Corfu Island, Greece, during June 21-23, 2020.
ICESALM reflects today's complex enterprise environment. The Integrated Enterprise is better endowed to cope with the extremely competitive business environment influenced greatly by Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) (see e.g. Stefanou, C.J. (2013) “E-Enterprise: Organizational Issues of CRM, SRM, and ERP Systems Integration”, In: E-Logistics and E-Supply Chain Management, IGI Global, editors: D. Graham, I. Manikas & D. Folinas). In addition to Information Technology, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Education, Human Resources and Organizational Learning and Knowledge are of the outmost importance for today's enterprises.
The conference seeks to investigate thoroughly how the disciplines of Enterprise Management, Information Systems, Accounting, Finance, Logistics, Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship as well as Education and Knowledge Management or their interaction can enhance business performance in the contemporary, complex, and competitive environment. As it was the case with previous conferences, presenters and attendees originate from a variety of disciplines, including Business and applied Economics, Accounting, Logistics, Management, Strategy, MIS, IT and/or Computer Science.
All submissions will be in English and will be double blind peer reviewed. The conference accepts complete research papers, research-in-progress papers, and abstracts.
A best paper award, based on the marks assigned by the reviewers and the final decision of the conference chairs, will be awarded for a full paper at the conference. At the author’s prerogative, this paper as well as other high quality papers will be considered for publication at a major scholarly international journal.
Topics of interest
Topics of interest may fall into the following areas:
AREA I: ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS - ERP / CRM SYSTEMS - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
AREA II: ACCOUNTING, FINANCE, AUDITING AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
AREA III: LOGISTICS, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND E-COMMERCE
AREA IV: ENTREPRENEURSHIP, INNOVATION, AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
AREA V: ORGANIZATION, HUMAN RESOURCES, TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION
Instruction to authors
The ICESALM conference accepts completed research papers, research-in-progress papers, and abstracts.
Submissions of all the above categories received by the deadline will be double blind reviewed. Accepted submissions will be published in the conference proceedings, providing that at least one author registers and attends the conference. It is not permitted to non-registrants to present papers. Registered authors can present up to two papers.
All submissions will be managed through the EasyChair submission system. The uploading address will be announced soon.
Please submit your manuscript in Word for Windows document. The accepted camera-ready version should be in a Word for Windows (doc, docx) document format. Please make sure your paper adheres to the following instructions:
1. Manuscripts should be typewritten in English using Arial 12 size fonts and including 2.54 cm margin on all four sides.
2. The first page of each submission should include the following: 1.paper title, 2.author name(s), 3.affiliation(s), 4.address(es), and 5.e-mail address(es). The second page should include only the title of the abstract/paper without the name of the author(s).
3. The main body of the paper should include the title (centered, using an Arial 16 size font, bold), the abstract (using an Arial 11 size font) and 3-5 keywords, but no author identification. Section headers should be written using an Arial 14 size font, bold, left aligned and numbered. Figures and tables should be included in the text and not provided separately.
4. All references in the text must be included in the reference section and vice versa. References in the text should be of the following format: (Zeon and Dark, 2004; Paul, et al. 2003; Bartol, 1999). You should use “et al.” for reference to more than two authors. In the references section, entries should be ordered alphabetically, unnumbered, and must be complete including the last name and initials of all authors. For journal articles, the author(s)' name(s) should be followed by date of publication in parentheses, journal title in italics, volume, number, month and pages. For references to books, include author(s) name(s), date of publication in parentheses, book title, publisher, city, country, year and page.