|2012 ICOI Conference Purpose
It is the goal of The International Association of Organizational Innovation to have the ICOI become a world-class conference. The ICOI conference has entered its sixth year. The IAOI would like to thank the many experts and scholars who have participated in the Conference over the past five years. IAOI also offers thanks for the assistance of the Sponsoring Universities, especially the hosting universities. IAOI continues its' efforts in seeking the best universities to work cooperatively with on future conferences.
The purpose of the Conference is to serve as a primary channel of knowledge sharing and the promotion of innovation internationally. The Conference encourages experts and scholars all over the world to share their research and best practice outcomes through presentations and IAOI publications. An important goal of the conference is to promote learning from each other by exchanging ideas and views, and building networks.
The Conference encourages submissions for paper presentations from all interested professionals. In order to reach the goals of the sharing and exchange of experiences of both theoretical developments and applications, these presentations may have a focus on either research studies or case studies of best practices on a wide variety of topics.
|2012ICOI Submission Guideline
1. Submissions may be made electronically via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com. please uses MS Word only. The paper should be a
maximum of 15 pages including appendices, references, figures and tables. The
paper must be singled-spaced, printed at 12 points with Times New Roman. Page
numbers should begin with 1 and the paper should not exceed "fifteen pages" in
length. In general, the paper must be the way you want it to look in the publication.
Papers are to be prepared in English, and totally edited to avoid grammatical and
typographical errors. Papers must be written in a clear concise manner for ease of
reading and interpretation.
NO MANUSCRIPT WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT THE REQUIRED
FORMAT.THE MANUSCRIPT SHOULD BE PROFESSIONALLY
PROOFREAD BEFORE THE SUBMISSION.
As for line spacing, it should be title on the first line or lines and then author's
information with one line per author . The author's information line should contain
first name, last name and institutional affiliation. Leave two blank lines between
author's information and the abstract.
The abstract should be software italicized. Leave three blank lines between the abstract and the
body of the manuscript. Please do not use columns. References need to be consistent
and in a generally accepted format. Every sub-heading should be bold and capitalized.
The manuscript should be in one file entirely in Microsoft Word. No other
software may be used.
1. Title page. The first page of the typescript must contain: the full title; the affiliation
of all author(s); an abstract of not more than 250 words; the name, full postal address
and email of the author who will be responsible for correspondence and correcting of
2. Illustrations. All illustrations of any kind should be submitted as sequentially
3. Tables. Tables should be numbered and headed with short titles. As same with
illustrations, they should be placed where you want them to appear.
4. Acknowledgements. Acknowledgements should appear at the end of the text.
5. References. The APA is used. References are listed alphabetically after the text.
Paper titles should be written out in full. Examples are:
Bettinger, C. (1989). Use corporate culture to trigger high performance. Journal of
Business Strategy, 10, 38-42.
Goffee, R., & Jones, C. (1998). The character of a corporation: How your
company's culture can make or break your business. New York: HarperCollins
|Possible Topics for Paper Presentations
- Organizational Creatology
- Total Innovation Management ( TIM )
- Marketing Management
- Human Resource Management
- Financial/Business Management
- Production and Operations Management
- Trade Practices
- Economic Issues
- Legal Education
- Industrial Development Strategy
- Industrial Management
- Leadership/Management/Organizational Development
- Social Science
- Best Practices
- Consumer Behavior
- WTO Issues, Globalization and Economy
- International Business Communication
- Information Management and E-Business
- Higher Education and Educational Administration
- Logistics Management
- Innovation Management
- Technology Management
- Knowledge Management
- Global Logistics Management
- Global Leadership
- Product Design and Management
- Hospitality and Tourism Management
Other…Suggest Your Topic
|Conference Participators Will Include
(Note: persons who are not presenting papers at the Conference are invited to attend the conference sessions with paid Conference Registration.)
|The Paper Submission and Review Process for the Conference
Please make all submissions by email
Submissions will consist of papers (full text required) to the following email addresses:
1. The Conference Coordinator will conduct the Paper Review and announce the review results on the conference website on May 16, 2010.
Authors of accepted papers will be notified by email.
2. Paper Submissions must contain the full text and be written in English by MSWORD from the left to the right using A4 paper. Paper length is limited to 15 pages. Attach a cover page with detailed contact information including name, title, affiliation, mail and email address, phone or cell, and fax numbers.
Note: Proposals for panel discussions and symposium of specific topics will also be considered.
3. Paper Proposals will be sent to two referees for blind review for Acceptance or Rejection.
4. All accepted papers will be published in The Conference Proceeding, with an ISBN number, and will be distributed at the conference. Authors will also be encouraged to publish their papers in The International Journal of Organizational Innovation. Awards for "Outstanding Papers" will be made.
5. Only persons with paid conference registration will be allowed to enter the conference sessions and will receive the Conference Proceedings and other materials.
For more details, please contact
Dr. Charles Shieh
|Call for Proposals
|All correspondence with individuals submitting proposals for the conference will be done electronically
|July 10-12 2012
|Airlangga University, Campus B,
Jalan Airlangga No.4 Surabaya, 60286 Indonesia
|Jan. 01 2012: Submission Process begins
May 02, 2012: Submission deadline
May 14, 2012: Results of paper review
May 15, 2012: Start for registration
June 14, 2012: Deadline for registration
July 10, 2012: Start of the conference
July 12, 2012 - Conference Ends
|Types of Presentations at the ICOI (Identify in your proposal)
Paper Sessions: Paper presentations are arranged around a general topic. Each Participant will make a 15-minute presentation. A 5-minute general discussion will follow the presentation. Papers may be one of the following types:
1) Theoretical, concept or idea-based paper: An abstract (300 words) for a paper presentation should include the concepts/theories/ideas to be addressed; related literature
and research; description of how the concepts/theories/ideas fit into the context of existing literature and conference theme; and conclusion or implications for the profession.
2) Research-based paper: An abstract (300 words) or a research-based paper should include the problem statement, question, or hypothesis; context of the problem as discussed in the literature; research design and methodology; results/major findings; and conclusions/implications of the study.
Poster Sessions: The poster sessions will be held in a large room. Tables will be available for all presentations. Presenters may request easels for their presentations.
Presenters will staff their assigned tables for the duration of noted poster sessions in the conference program. Conference participants will circulate among the presenters, asking questions and engaging in individualized, informal dialogue with presenters about their
projects. Abstracts (200-300 words) for Poster Presentations should include an overview of the research topic, concept/ideas and type of results being shared, and implication for the profession.
Roundtable Sessions: The Roundtable format allows maximum interaction with the presenters by eliminating the formal presentation. Individual presenters are assigned to numbered tables in a large meeting room where interested persons may gather for discussion with the presenter about his or her paper or project. This format is particularly appropriate for issues best pursued through extensive discussion. Roundtables are to be organized to permit informal discussion by presenters of research projects, doctoral dissertations, innovative instructional or administrative techniques, or new types of instrumentation. Roundtables may be presented in poster format, PowerPoint, or short discussion paper. Abstracts (200-300 words) for Roundtables should include an overview of the presentation; the concept/ideas to be discussed; context as discussed in the literature; structure of participant interaction; outline of questions to be addressed; and implication for the profession.
Symposia: Symposia are 50 minute sessions that contain several papers on a single topic. Abstracts (200-300 words) for a symposium should include an overview, summaries of several papers, and suggestions for audience participation. The cover sheet for a symposium should list the organizer as the senior author and should include the title and presenter of each of the papers in the symposium as "Co-authors." If the organizer presents a paper, that person should be listed among the co-authors in addition to the listing as organizer.
Handouts: No handouts are required. All presenters are expected to provide an electronic copy of their presentation in Word format.
Conference Proceedings: Presenters' papers submitted before May 2, 2012 will be included on a complimentary flash drive of the 2012 ICOI Proceedings. The flash drive will contain a copy of the conference proposal as well.
Audio Visual Equipment: Each breakout room will have a DLP/LCD projector and screen available for use. Presenters should bring their electronic presentations on their laptop or on a flash drive.