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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
Journal of Statistics and Management Systems

For a Special Issue on
7th International Conference on embracing transformation: innovation and creation

Manuscript deadline
25 June 2022

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Anuj Kumar, Apeejay School of Management, Dwarka, Delhi, India
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Dr. Hayri Uygun, Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, Rize, Turkey
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Prof. Dr. Rashmi Gujrati, CT University, Ludhiana, Punjab, India
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Kuldeep Bhalerao, Bharati Vidyapeeth's Institute of Management Studies and Research, Navi Mumbai, India
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Dr. Sukhmeet Kaur, Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune, India
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7th International Conference on embracing transformation: innovation and creation

The need for innovation and creativity is now more important than ever. There is a strong desire to revolutionize the way we live our lives, and the way businesses conduct their operations across sectors, domains, and borders. The conventional method of doing things no longer makes sense considering changing market circumstances, the evolving technological environment, and customer expectations for speedy execution, a more positive customer experience, and cost-effectiveness. In today's corporate environment, innovation has evolved as a strategic tool for creating disruptive change. To gain a competitive advantage, organizations will need to adopt disruptive business models, streamline the customer experience and attract new clients in order to benefit from this disruption. In today's business world, firms are spending extensively on innovation as a catalyst for establishing novel corporate models, methods, tools and skills, market potentials, digital talent, etc. Utilizing innovation as a catalyst, on the other hand, can only be accomplished if a business had the appropriate mix of personnel, culture, and attitude. In addition to developing new business models and discovering new ways of doing things, innovation is a means of immersing people in the full experience of entrepreneurship — inducing thinking and establishing the attitude, confidence, and risk-taking necessary to see an idea through to completion. While executing rapid-cycle experiments and prototyping are essential for success, leadership must promote risk-taking and be tolerant of failure to foster an "innovation" in business culture. Developing a learning culture is a high priority for corporates, as it allows digital talent to acquire new skills and ideas while also growing their existing ones. "Learning" and "Sharing" are two of the most important cultural components that businesses promote and implement at their company. For digital talent to explore, learn, and continually upskill themselves to stay up with industry developments, firms must build a Transformation Platform in Digital Playground, which includes a digital talent engagement and development platform.

As a result of the upheavals of 2021, corporate leaders are being forced to upgrade their operations, adopting a hybrid approach to infrastructure, work, and mindset. In terms of managing people and reacting to change, the last year has offered business leaders valuable lessons. The realm of hybrid is becoming more prevalent in every business as the need for quickness and receptiveness increases. When the word hybrid is used, it refers to both information technology infrastructure and styles of working and thinking that combines a blend of the most productive tactics. Open innovation is an ongoing activity, and to be effective, digital talent must be given the freedom to explore, lead, and learn from their mistakes. Many businesses desire to make a difference in the world, but only a handful have the components necessary to do it by embracing hybrid ways.

Main themes

  • Innovative marketing practices
  • Technology and SMEs
  • Technology 5.0 and its emergence in business practices
  • Global HR practices
  • Sustainability in SMEs using technology
  • Entrepreneurship and Creativity
  • Sustainable tourism
  • Technology facilitating international trade

Submission Instructions

  1. Corresponding Author should be clearly marked with * in each paper
  2. Authors' affiliations should be complete in all respect with respective author email IDs
  3. Authors should not mention their designation or salutations like Dr./Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor/Lecturer/Research Scholar/Ph.D. Student etc. as our format does not include that while publishing.
  4. Authors shall follow a few broad points as below to avoid any major difference in calculation of pages between Raw and Finished version for calculating the charges: Paper Size: Letter,  Top/Bottom/Left/Right Margins: 2 Inch (5cm) each, Single Column,  Font: Times New Roman, Size 10 point,  Line Space 1.0.
  5. Plagiarism should be strictly less than 12% (Turnitin)
  6. Word limit: 4500-7000 words
  7. All the papers will be double-blind peer-reviewed and the decision of the editor will be final
  8. Paper type: Empirical research, Review, Case studies, book review, viewpoint, conceptual
  9. Expected Publication (online): October'2022

Instructions for Authors

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