Conference Programme

Important Dates

August 31Deadline for submitting papers or abstracts
September 15Notification of acceptance for conference presentation
September 30 Presenter's paper registration and last day of early-bird registration
October 15 Program schedule announcement
November 1Camera-ready preliminary paper submissions and last day of regular registration without US$50 late fee
December 1Web-posting of preliminary conference proceedings
December 8-12Conference events
December 15Submission of camera-ready revised papers for formal conference proceedings
December 31Publication of formal Conference Proceedings

ICEB 2019 Conference

Date

Events

08/12Registration and invited board meeting (Welcome reception with hot buffet).

09/12 Opening keynotes and special sessions for industry panels, workshops, and editor panel. It includes morning and afternoon coffee breaks, the lunch event, and the formal welcome dinner.
Keynote Speakers:
  • Prof Feng Li, Cass Business School, UK

10/12Paper sessions with morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch. It includeS the formal conference dinner with the Annual General Meeting (AGM)

11/12Paper sessions with morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch. Dinner on your own and a self-funded river escapes night tour is recommended.

12/12Optional self-funded industry site visits

Keynote Speakers

Prof Feng Li, Cass Business School, UK

Over the last 30 years, Professor Feng Li (PhD, FBAM, FAcSS) has been investigating how Digital Technologies (ICTs) can be used to facilitate strategic innovation and organisational transformation across different sectors and domains, from IT, Telecom, Banking, Insurance, Manufacturing, Retailing, the Creative Industries, to Health and Social Care Services. He is particularly interested in emerging strategies, business models and organisational designs in the digital economy. He advises senior business leaders and policy makers on how to manage the transition to new strategies, new business models and new organisational forms enabled by digital technologies. His research has been published in the Academy of Management Discoveries, Harvard Business Review, British Journal of Management, Technovation, International Journal of Management Review, R&D Management, and Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Some of his findings have been widely reported by business oriented magazines and newspapers in different languages, including Management Today, CEO Today, Wired, Forbes, Computer Weekly, Financial Times, City A.M.,Telegraph and many others.
For more infomration: https://www.cass.city.ac.uk/faculties-and-research/experts/feng-li