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Third IEEE Int Conf on Management of Innovation and Technology

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=========== CALL FOR PAPERS - ICMIT2006 ===========

Third IEEE Int Conf on Management of Innovation and Technology

- Managing Innovation in Emerging Markets

21-23 June 2006, Singapore

Organized by:

IEEE Engineering Management Society, Singapore Chapter

Co-organizers and supporting organizations

IEEE Singapore Section

Center for Management of Science and Technology

About ICMIT2006

ICMIT2006 continues a series of international conferences (ICMIT2000,
ICMIT2002 and IEMC2004) devoted to the area of innovation and
technology management first initiated by the IEEE Engineering
Management Society Singapore Chapter. These conferences aim to provide
a platform for international scholars to meet and exchange ideas in
exciting locations within Asia.

With the conference theme "Managing Innovation in Emerging Markets"
the organizers hope to channel attention to emerging geographical
markets with widespread impact such as China and India and the
potential markets for emerging products and technologies. The
management challenges for these emerging markets are numerous and

How should entrepreneurs exploit the emerging markets? How should the
energy appetite of China and India be managed? What and how specific
innovations (technological and otherwise) could be introduced into
these markets to make more efficient use of energy? With China now
being the country with the highest number of mobile phones in use, how
will 3-G technologies be exploited and how should product and
technology providers position themselves there? Evolving around these
and similar questions there must be a lot of scope for all those
interested in innovation and technology management to think about and
to exchange ideas at the conference. In addition, managing innovation
to create affordable and successful products and services targeted for
the developing nations, such as disruptive innovation, would be of
great interest to both academics and industrialist/entrepreneurs.

We invite papers for presentation at the conference. All interested
persons should submit one page abstracts (500-750 words) through the
conference website ( Each submission will be peer
reviewed for technical merit and content. Papers accepted for
presentation will appear in the Conference Proceedings provided at
least one author registers for the conference. The full paper shall
have to be IEEE Explore compliant.

Topics for the conference include but are not limited to the following:

Technology Management New Product Development
Innovation Policy and Management Entrepreneurship
Managing IT and E-Commerce Organizational Culture
Human Resource Management Intellectual Property
Knowledge Management R&D and Risk Management
Project Management Six Sigma and Quality Management
Supply Chain Management Business Strategy
Sustainable Development Globalization
Patent Strategy and Mapping Management/industry case studies


Proceedings will enter the IEEE book broker program and papers are
indexed in common Engineering abstract databases (COMPENDEX/INSPEC
etc). Special issues of selected/expanded papers will be published in
refereed journals.


Submission of Abstract: 1 January 2006
Notification of Acceptance: 1 February 2006
Camera-Ready Copy: 1 April 2006

Online submission

General Chair: CC HANG
Program Committee Chair: KH CHAI
(International Program committee is being formed)

Organizing Committee
Chairman: M XIE
Publicity Chair: R JIAO
Finance Chair: V H MOK
Logistic Chair: S L HO
Public Relations Chair: H K TANG
Sponsorship Chair: A YEE
Publication Chair: A K VARMA
Exhibition Chair: D L WAIKAR
Industry Liaison Chair: S J PASSEY
Organizing Committee Member:

For further information, please contact:

ICMIT2006 Secretariat

C/O Integrated Meetings Specialist
1122A Serangoon Road, Singapore 328206
Tel: (65) 6295 5790, Fax: (65) 6295 5792,

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