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Call for Papers


All proposal submissions will receive acknowledgment of receipt within one week. Notification of acceptance will be given within a month period. All submissions have to use the IACCM structured abstract format and be should be sent to barbara.covarrubias@sietar.at

Deadline paper abstracts (maximum 500 words) before June 22, 2015. Call for Paper

Full papers for accepted abstracts for Conference Proceedings (3.000 - 3.500 words max) before July 31, 2015

Submission Formats

Academic Submissions
Standard academic presentation (30 minutes)
The presenter(s) will give input (20 minutes) and then lead participants in discussing (10 minutes) the proposed topic. While this format permits considerable audience participation, the presenter(s) should propose and follow an outline to permit a thorough examination of all aspects as permitted in the time allowed. For academic presentations preference will be given to the standard presentation format.
 
Formats for CEMS/IACCM doctoral workshops
Poster session: Each invited student will present a poster of his/her research proposal or current state of the dissertation at an open and easily accessible poster session. Max. Size of poster: DIN A2 – equal to 4 DIN A4 sheets. All Doctoral Workshops take place after the poster session. The goal is that students get as much advice as possible. Thus dissertation project-presentation should be shorter and discussion longer. Depending on actual time schedule, 2-3 student papers will be presented within one doctoral workshop session. Chair: an appointed student

Presentation:
10 min brief paper presentation, 20 minutes discussion

Template for academic submissions

Practitioner Submissions
Standard presentation (20 minutes)
The presenter(s) will give input (20 minutes) and then lead participants in discussing (10 minutes) the proposed topic. While this format permits considerable audience participation, the presenter(s) should propose and follow an outline to permit a thorough examination of all aspects as permitted in the time allowed.

Workshops (60 minutes)
A workshop features a combination of brief presentation/lecture and interaction with the audience. Within this format the focus is on a simulation or set of exercises and activities aimed at teaching participants how these methodologies can be used in training and education or other professional applications.

Case Studies (60 minutes)
Case studies are real-world examples of new or improved best practices in the cross cultural or international management field. They demonstrate how we, as a professional community, can learn from practitioners' experience. Case studies demonstrate how we can advance ourselves as practitioners and apply our knowledge and skills to designing real world solutions.

Template for practitioner submissions